Can we count on you?

Bicycle Network's annual count of bike commuters is fast approaching and we still need counters across key sites in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. 

The Super Tuesday Bike Count on Tuesday 6 March, collects information on bike rider movements across participating council areas. The data collected through Super Tuesday helps guide investment in infrastructure for people who ride.

For their help, volunteers also receive a $50 donation to a club or charity of their choice. You can also choose to put the donation towards a five-month Bicycle Network membership.

It's a great fundraising opportunity for your local school, sporting club, BUG or community group. 

While some sights are full, (such as Geelong and all sites across WA), we have some council areas that are struggling to rally the volunteers we need. 

It will take only two hours of your time and if register before 20 February and score a free Super Tuesday t-shirt.

Give us a hand and help make it easier for more

Council areas that are urgently looking for counters:

  • Parramatta
  • Inner West
  • Canterbury-Bankstown


  • Kingston
  • Maribyrnong
  • Bayside
  • Moonee Valley
  • Frankston
  • Greater Shepparton
  • Stonnington
  • Brimbank
  • Glen Eira
  • Moreland


  • Hobart