Hey guysI'm planning to shift to cycling as a mode of commuting. I've never cycled in Melbourne before and am unsure of the road rules and fines liable and how strictly we gotta follow the rules. And…Continue
"Folding bikes, withiin their bag, can go on buses and trams if you really had to.
Trains - preferred is the very last carriage and doors. Essentially, it's the same layout as the wheelchair/parents area - so best to use this area if/when…"
"Reagrding bikes on trains, Peak hour is not really an issue if one is travelling reverse flow. If you are an early riser, be sure to get off the train by 7am & it won't cost you anything.
To all new commuters, study google earth for…"
"Hello all, I am new to the board and new to commuter cycling.
Today I had my first ride in to the city from East Malvern to Melbourne CBD (and back out again).
It was totally awesome and a great first ride. Most other riders were polite and…"
"Krishna, you might want to have a look at Bicycle Network Victoria website - check out Ride to Work Day which is in October. http://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/ Tagged as "Join the Commuter Revolution". Also, I know you…"
"Hi Krishna.Welcome to the mixed bag of Melbourne commuting. I think we have it pretty good here on the whole, but it's highly variable depending on your route. Basic rundown of the road rules can be found here. How strictly do we have to follow…"
Hey guysI'm planning to shift to cycling as a mode of commuting. I've never cycled in Melbourne before and am unsure of the road rules and fines liable and how strictly we gotta follow the rules. And is there any conditions of any sort to carry bikes along with you on public transport systems? And how to carry the bike out in stations having escalators like in flinders street CheersSee More