Travel Inspiration


Over 200 people ride 18 kilometres (or four kilometre option leaving from the Bicycle Pedlar) through the main streets of Townsville with a green wave through all lights.

In 2013 two cyclists where injured and Sue Bell killed when a truck driver attempted to overtake a group of cyclists on Shaw Road. This incident galvanised the Townsville community in the call for safer roads.

Mrs Bell’s death and the community’s response to it contributed towards the push for the introduction of the laws to protect cyclists where motorists are now required to give at least a metre distance when passing cyclists, and a metre-and-a-half where the speed limit is higher than 60 kilometres per hour.

in 2016 Jeff Ashby was killed by a B double.

More needs to be done to improve conditions both in road design and consideration and courtesy given on the roads and by being part of this ride you are making the impact needed to sustain the push for safer conditions.

Become a member of the BUG and join the ride.

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52 Howitt Street, North Ward
Queensland, Australia, 4810

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P :  +61 0 0488 282 202

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  • Start Date: 25th August 2019

  • End Date: 25th August 2019

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