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Cycling, pedestrian networks and sustainable transport

Change the way you move and cycle to your next destination for fun, fitness and smart transport.

Cycling, pedestrian networks and sustainable transport

Change the way you move and cycle to your next destination for fun, fitness and smart transport.

By choosing to walk, cycle, carpool or catch public transport you're doing yourself, your community and the environment a favour.

Like hundreds of school kids across the Gold Coast who participate in 'Walking and Wheeling Wednesdays', why not start by changing the way you move one day a week? If you can't walk or cycle the whole way, take public transport for part of your journey.

Cycling in the City of Gold Coast

Cycling in Gold Coast City

Change the way you move and ride a bike to your next destination for fun, fitness and smart transport. With approximately 800 kilometres of bikeways that link neighbourhoods, schools, foreshores and parks, and interconnect with major transit routes the Gold Coast is a great place to cycle.


Plan your journey - Gold Coast Cycling Guide

Plan your journey - Gold Coast Cycling Guide

This guide provides general cycling advice and information, including cycle network routes, cycle lanes and bicycle clubs and organisations.


Free cycling workshops and safety tips

Free cycling workshops and safety tips

The City of Gold Coast offers a series of free workshops to help you get on your bike and enjoy the many benefits that cycling provides.


Active school travel

Active school travel

The City of Gold Coast works with schools to reduce traffic congestion by encouraging families to walk, cycle, scooter, skate, carpool or use public transport to and from school.


Ride to work

Ride to work

Commuting by bike is a fun, time efficient way to get to and from work that reduces road congestion and improves the environment. It also saves you money and keeps you fit and healthy.


Walking, public transport and car pooling

Walking, public transport and car pooling

Walking, catching public transport and carpooling are great ways to actively travel in our city. You may even consider driving part of the way or combining public transport with your ride or walk.


Gold Coast Bike Week

Gold Coast Bike Week

27 April – 4 May 2014

Bike Week is a celebration of all things cycling, packed with mostly free activities for all ages and cycling abilities. So whether you're a regular rider wanting to participate in some more challenging events, a recreational rider or if you haven't been on a bike for years and want to test the theory about not forgetting how to ride a bike, Bike Week has something for you. Check this page in January 2014 for more details.