Bicycle Institute of SA

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Bicycle Institute of SA

BISA is a voluntary, not-for profit association that exists to advocate for a safe and pleasant cycling environment in South Australia. Established in 1974, BISA has been a strong advocate for cyclists in South Australia for over 30 years.

Website: http://www.bisa.asn.au/
Location: Adelaide
Members: 58
Latest Activity: Feb 6

BISA

 

Information on what BISA does and membership - Membership pamphlet.[pdf]

Next Bicycle Institute Meeting.

The next BISA committee meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Conservation Council, Level 1, 157 Franklin Street, Adelaide starting at 7.00pm. For security reasons the entrance door can be locked, please ring adjacent door bell to gain entry. Members welcome.

Discussion Forum

Community grants for safer, greener, more active travel

Started by heather Feb 13, 2012. 0 Replies

The department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is offering grants for groups and organisations to deliver small scale projects that promote safer, greener and more active travel choices. Projects can focus on improving road safety, getting…Continue

cycling conference & call for abstracts of papers

Started by heather Dec 28, 2011. 0 Replies

WOCREF 2012 (World Cycling Research Forum) will be held at the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands on 13 & 14-Sep-2012.The Call for Abstracts for papers and presentations is released from the organiser and convenor Stu Clement with…Continue

seek input for ACC Integrated Movement Strategy

Started by heather Nov 18, 2011. 0 Replies

Dear all,Thank you for all your input into developing Council’s Integrated Movement Strategy thus far.We are now at the next stage in the community engagement phase.We have prepared a number of transport discussion papers…Continue

Fighting the Mandatory helmet Law.

Started by stephen. Last reply by stephen Sep 27, 2011. 9 Replies

Hi All You may be aware I manage http://bicycleaustralia.org/ and also support the …Continue

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Comment by Gus K on September 25, 2010 at 12:08
BISA is putting on a community event to support Stephen Yarwood for Lord Mayor. The Community Ride for Adelaide's Future on Oct 17 from 11am in Whitmore Sq. It'll be a 50 minute cruise around the CBD and then stopping for a BYO picnic in the Botanic Gardens with some entertainment provided.

All the details are here.

Comment by Gus K on August 24, 2010 at 11:15
All are invited to the opening of the Bonython shared path opening this Sunday. It is part of the tramline extension project.

Sunday 11am for morning tea.

Event page.

Invite.
Comment by Gus K on August 11, 2010 at 13:01
SA Dept of Transport release online cycle route mapping tool.

Join the conversation on the main page.. or give it a go!

http://www.dtei.sa.gov.au/cycle_instead



Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure (DTEI) is pleased to unveil the Cycle Instead Journey Planner, an online tool that will enable Adelaide cyclists, both novice and experienced, to plot their journey between suburbs, incorporating bike paths and off-road paths from the Bikedirect Network. The Cycle Instead Journey Planner will suggest routes based upon preferences such as getting from A to B as quickly as possible, travelling along interconnected backstreets or detouring to enjoy some of Adelaide’s premier cycling facilities like the River Torrens Linear Park. This also means that users will be able to select preferences to avoid hills and busy roads where possible, which may be ideal for those considering getting on their bike for the first time (or the first in quite a while). The Cycle Instead Journey Planner can also show the locations of traffic signals, bicycle parking at public transport interchanges and even bike shops.

The Cycle Instead Journey Planner can be found at http://www.dtei.sa.gov.au/cycle_instead.

We hope that you enjoy the Cycle Instead Journey Planner, and if you have any questions please contact the travel behaviour team at dtei.TravelSmartSA@sa.gov.au.

Kind regards,
The Travel Behaviour Team at DTEI
Comment by Jeremy Miller on August 10, 2010 at 10:46
Sturt Street - Limited time to respond!!!

Hi Everyone..

The Adelaide City Council is seeking community stakeholder feedback on the proposed changes (imminent demise) of the Sturt Street 'Copenhagen' separated bicycle lane!!

The information is here


Please note feedback needs to be in by 11/8 - eg: tomorrow!!
Comment by Gus K on July 18, 2010 at 18:21
Hello all,

The July - August editon of BISA's Pedal Update is available for download from here as a PDF or you can read it online in magazine style here or embedded above in this group.
Comment by Gus K on July 17, 2010 at 0:27
A short film worth watching..

Copenhagen through American Eyes.

Posted on the main wall by Edward@BikeAdelaide
Comment by Gus K on June 10, 2010 at 14:42
The Super Tuesday count results have been published.

The webpage.

Executive Summart - National Report 2.pdf

Adelaide Results - Adelaide Raw Data 18 March(1).pdf
Comment by Gus K on May 21, 2010 at 21:20
I've heard that both Channel 7 and the ABC TV news will be at the Ride of Silence tomorrow.

Smile everyone!
Comment by Gus K on May 13, 2010 at 23:44
Hi,

BISA have published their May-June issue of Pedal Update.

Download it from BISA as a PDF or read it online in this group in the box above.
Comment by Bicycle Fish on April 3, 2010 at 19:49
".....I often ride with young kids along the Torrens and elsewhere and it is difficult to impress upon them the necessity to always keep left, particularly if they're struggling on a climb...."

Unfortunately, while *your* kids might be well instructed and well behaved, that won't help much in the ( infrequent but ocassional) event that *someone * else does the wrong thing on the Torrens path. Hey, it's happened to me last winter, when a Sunday cyclist took a blind bend too fast, and crashed into me on MY side of the path..no great harm done that time, but quite a scare; and as I DON'T cycle on the Torrens path very often , that incident must represent a fairly HIGH risk exposure (!). Moral of the story : Torrens Path = popular, picturesque, but often harardous.
 

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