Cycling is the road to recovery

Before COVID-19, 800,000 people across Queensland cycled every week, with higher than average participation rates occurring in Mackay, Gladstone and Cairns. 

Cycling has increased 300% in popularity during COVID-19 as it provides a way for people of all ages to remain connected to their community whilst maintaining physical and mental health. It is important we sustain this momentum around cycling in a post-COVID19 world.

BQ’s CEO, Rebecca Randazzo, wrote to the Premier about the impact that $22 million in funding will have on cycling across the state.

View the one pager here, and read the letter to the Premier here.

2023 Membership Price Update

End of year membership update from BQ CEO Rebecca Randazzo.

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Riding across Australia to break the cycle of poverty

Nellie and Richard Logan embarked on a bike ride of more than 4000km over 28 days to help raise funds for children facing poverty. They have raised almost $950,000.

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E-bikes Should Be Included In The National EV Strategy

Bicycle Queensland says the Federal Government is missing a major opportunity to create real change in the move towards electric vehicles.

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IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast

A swim that started on the beautiful Mooloolaba Beach, followed by a fast and furious ride and a picture-perfect two-lap coastal run.

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