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Cycling Auditor - Melbourne - 2020

This training has been postponed due to the ongoing covid situation. We will advise as soon as we are able to reschedule the program. To register your interest please contact

Take a look at this short video from our inaugural Cycling Auditor training in May 2019:

This novel auditor training will provide participants the opportunity to experience first-hand how infrastructure impacts cyclists.

Attendees will be provided a bicycle or e-bike (or they may bring their own) and will be guided on a cycling tour that highlights a variety of cycling treatments both on and off-road. This hands-on approach will give attendees insight into how this vulnerable road user experiences the metropolitan network and the hazards they face. Moreover, being actively involved in the training course will sharpen attendee’s skills in identifying hazards and providing solutions for cycling infrastructure.

Stops will be made along the journey for the group to pause and reflect on the ride. Experienced facilitators will

provide insight and communicate what is ‘best practice’ for delivering cycling infrastructure. Participants will be encouraged to share their own experiences of the ride whilst developing their understanding of what treatments are available.

Key Outcomes:

Strengthen auditor ability to reliably and effectively:

  • Appraise whether infrastructure used by cyclists is safe

  • Identify specific features of infrastructure which raise safety risk for cyclists

  • Communicate audit findings

  • Understand the role of auditing in the Safe System approach to cyclist safety

  • Gain personal user experience of the safety risks faced by cyclists

The proposed route is a combination of the Principal Bicycle Network and Strategic Cycling Corridors

• Participants will experience common commuter and recreational routes

• Total riding for the course is approximately 25km

• No ride is longer than 1 hour without a break

• Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea is provided as part of the course

• Social distancing requirements and COVID-19 guidance will be followed as part of the course

Download course brochure here

Please note this workshop is limited to a maximum of 12 participants.