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A unique analysis of the contribution cycling and scootering makes to Australia, including economic, environmental and health benefits.
A longitudinal survey with data back to 2011 that tracks participation by Australians in walking and cycling, including data on demographics, bicycle ownership and purpose of travel.
AusPlay is a national sport and recreation participation survey that provides participation data on a wide range of sports, including cycling, BMX and mountain biking.
Data can be broken down by gender, age and state, however the sample size does limit the options in some cases. Data is available back to 2015 and is released for calendar and financial years.
A regularly-updated compendium of useful resources compiled by the US-based not-for-profit People for Bikes. While often US-centric, the Hub links to useful resources on health, infrastructure, economic and environmental research relating to bikes.
A compendium of research and other publications focusing on road safety for cyclists.
A strategy agreed by Australia’s state and federal health ministers with data and insights on the cause of inactivity and obesity.
A joint report by the Menzies Institute for Medical Research and the School of Social Sciences at the University of Tasmania that considers the attitudes and barriers to participation for girls in mountain biking.
A report highlighting the economic and social benefits of mountain biking to the Australian community.
A submission that references a wide variety of sources on the causes and health impacts of inactivity, including urban design and the role of cycling.