http://www.cyclingsouth.org/ Project of Greater Hobart Councils with lots of bike info
http://www.cyclingpromotion.com.au/ National resource for cycling promotion
http://www.bottlesandchains.com/ Local Hobart Bike Gang for good times
http://criticalmass.wikia.com/wiki/Hobart Hobart Critical mass wiki
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=18042072556 Hobart Critical Mass Facebook
http://www.biketas.org.au/ Bicycle Tasmania – peak non competitive bike organisation in Tassie
http://pedalbite.com/ Tassie Mountain Bike Forum
http://cycletas.17.forumer.com/ Tasmanian Cycling Forum
http://criticalmass.hu/english The inspiring Budapest (Hungary) Critical Mass Mob – think 50,000 cyclists on one ride
http://www.cyclingsolution.blogspot.com/ Making the world a better place for bicycling starting in Budapest
http://www.tbug.org.au/content.php Tamar/Launceston Bicycle User Group who are putting in some seriously great work
http://www.melbournecyclist.com/ Melbournes not that far away
http://westhobartenvnet.blogspot.com/ West Hobart Environment network reckon bike travel is the way to go!
http://hembrow.blogspot.com/ – A cyclist in a cycling family living in the cycling province of the world’s greatest cycling country. I was born in the UK, lived for a bit in New Zealand and now live in the Netherlands. I do varied work, making Sinner Mango velomobiles, making baskets and as a cycling tour guide. My email address is email@example.com
http://www.situp-cycle.com/ - This blog encourages you to use a bike as transport. That’s what I’ve come to do afterfar too many years in my car. Not for every trip, of course, but for the shorter ones. Those are now all by bike. And not any old bike. I’ve found that the secret to re biking yourself is to go for the comfort of sitting up perfectly straight as if you were royalty on wheels. Any slight loss of speed is compensated for by the ride being so much more pleasurable, that you naturally turn to your bike for all short trips.
http://www.copenhagenize.com/ – Each and every day roughly 500,000 citizens choose the bicycle in Greater Copenhagen. This blog highlights who they are, why they do and how it was made possible. Forty years ago Copenhagen was just as car-clogged as anywhere else but now 37% of commuters crossing the city boundary ride bicycles each day. That number rises to 55% in the city proper. Copenhagenizing is possible anywhere.
http://www.copenhagencyclechic.com/ – Hold my bicycle while I kiss your girlfriend- Cycle Chic began its bloglife back in June 2007 when journalist, film director and photographer Mikael Colville-Andersen decided to put a growing number of his photos about Copenhagen’s bicycle culture into one place on the internet. A series of social documentary photos about Copenhagen started to include a number of shots of life in the World’s Cycling Capital, including fashionable Copenhageners on their bicycles. The feedback about these photos was positive and there was clearly a growing interest abroad in seeing how the bicycle was an integral part of life in the Danish capital. Specifically about how Copenhageners have demystified the bicycle and use it without any form of bicycle ‘gear’. Just as the bicycle was meant to be ridden when invented.
http://www.bicyclelaw.com/ – Bob Mionske is an attorney with a law practice that is exclusively focused on representing cyclists, and bicyclelaw.com is the website for his practice. On this site, you will find legal advice for cyclists who have been injured by motorists, unsafe road conditions, or defective cycling products, and what cyclists can do to best protect their rights. You will also find safety advice, links to Bob’s publications on bicycle law, including hisLegally Speaking columns and Bicycling & the Law , and other bicycle law links. Finally, you will find a link to Velologue, Bob’s blog on bicycle culture in all its manifestations.
http://aucklandcyclechic.blogspot.com/ Cycle Chic New Zealand Style