Today’s AGM -

If you can’t make it to the AGM today, click on to participate online. You will need to have a Google account to login.  Once you get started, click on the camera icon to turn off your camera (to save bandwidth).

City of Yarra elections – Nicholls Ward -

Troy Parsons

ACP member Troy Parsons is standing as a candidate for Nicholls ward in the City of Yarra council election on 22nd October 2016.

Election 16 Media Release -

Media Release

Embargo: 12:01 AM 2 June 2016

Science Party and Australian Cyclists Party in Election Coalition

Today the Science Party and the Australian Cyclists Party announce they are forming a coalition to contest the upcoming Federal election.  Both parties have come together to press for changes in priorities across issues that other parties are ignoring or failing to address adequately.  



JOIN THE POLITICAL MARDI GRAS… to celebrate unity in diversity. This Sunday 1 May, 2pm at Martin Place, Sydney.

25% of Australians do not vote for a major party, yet if the new senate election voting system is upheld in court then that’s all you get as your voting option.

The left and right minor political parties have united to protect your democratic right to vote for a minor party – of any persuasion. To find out more visit – an alliance representing 3 million voices who vote for the minor parties at federal elections.

On 2 May, the recent electoral voting changes are being challenged in the High Court of Australia, as unconstitutional.

This Sunday 1 May a rally is being held in Sydney, Martin Place at 2pm in support of this High Court Challenge. It is the “Hands off Our Senate Rally” and I urge you to join me, and supporters of the 20+ minor parties who will become extinct in future elections, to object to this undemocratic, un-representative, unconstitutional change to our vote for representatives of the Senate. Your attendance at the rally will support the High Court Challenge.


Cancel your golf or bike ride or long lunch – meet at Martin Place for a POLITICAL MARDI GRAS… celebrate unity in diversity.

IMAGES BELOW –  are photos captured at previous events, including cycling demonstration rides and protests.

We do also promote our cycling and political alliances’ events, so check out our social media community events and strava cycling community. We’d love you to get involved.

From our Facebook Feed

Australian Cyclists Party

Our Vision: We believe that cycling can serve to liberate and inspire. It is a positive and powerful force for improving the health and well-being of individuals, our communities and our nation.
Australian Cyclists Party
Australian Cyclists Party2 days ago
NSW: Finally! A rail trail bill has been passed through Parliament that allows for the construction of a 22 km rail trail between Rosewood and Tumbarumba! As we understand it, the bill does not secure any funding but it does dedicate re-purposing to only a rail trail and that it remains Crown Land.

The approved bill falls far short of the Wagga to Tumbarumba proposal that would have really set the stage for a major trail worthy of a weekend round-trip.

Nevertheless, this outcome rewards the efforts of many of the members of the Rosewood to Tumbarumba Rail Trail group - supported by Rail Trails Australia, BNSW, Bicycle Network, Rail Trails NSW and the Australian Cyclists Party - who have been working towards this outcome for over a decade.

It should have been done long ago, and there should be many more but the first is always the most difficult and we just hope this will set things in motion elsewhere. The challenge in NSW will however remain that each rail section application for conversion must go through Parliament for release individually.

Welcome aboard NSW!
Australian Cyclists Party
Australian Cyclists Party3 days ago
Sydney: Rapha has asked the ACP to participate in a talk with Tim Flannery this coming Monday. It will be wonderful to see you there!

Mondial 005 a Talk With Tim Flannery
The Path Ahead Former Australian of the Year Tim Flannery is the author of numerous books, including the international bestseller The Weather Makers. Currently Chief Councillor on the Climate Council of Australia, Tim visits the Rapha Sydney to explore what the history of the Australian landscape might teach us about preserving its future. 6pm - 9pm

It will be an opportunity to talk about the intersection of many of today's pressing issues, what we should know and what we should do.

Venue: Rapha Sydney, 4/410 Crown Street, Surry Hills

Free bookings:
Australian Cyclists Party
Australian Cyclists Party5 days ago
What happened to the "bicycle’s biggest wave of popularity in its 154-year history"?
Australian Cyclists Party
Australian Cyclists Party6 days ago
Bike share: a new system, already in Melbourne, allows pick up and drop off anywhere you like. Will it beat Sydney's traffic? These bikes would need to be pretty slow not to beat peak car speeds.
Australian Cyclists Party
Australian Cyclists Party7 days ago
Denmark: From Klaus Bondam from the Cycling Embassy of Denmark, soon to lead some Cycling Without Age participants around his city, "As a citizen, one should ask any urban planner to take the mobility of children in cities into constant consideration. . ." AIUS NSW Department of Planning and Environment