Better streets and spaces

In pictures: Top cycling moments of 2023

​​From princess rides to deja-vu cycleways, it was big year in bike riding. Revisit our biggest cycling stories of the year.​

  • Sydneysiders in the saddle as bike riders soar.

    Some spots in our city have seen a 6-fold increase in riders since 2010 as they enjoy our expanding network of separated cycleways. Check out which rides are getting more popular.

  • Cycleways fit for a princess

    We welcomed Danish royalty to our city with HRH Princess Mary of Denmark enjoying a ride through the city centre.

    Credit: Abril Felman / City of Sydney
  • Singing the praises of an unsung City of Sydney hero

    We know she’s amazing, and so does the Committee for Sydney who named Fiona Campbell the Unsung Hero for 2023.

  • College Street cycleway reopens

    Opened in 2010 and removed by the state government, now it’s back. College Street cycleway is connecting riders once more.

    Credit: Chris Southwood / City of Sydney
  • Erskineville and Alexandria lead the way

    We opened new connections in and around Erskineville, proving to be one of our most popular areas for riding. 1 in 5 ride for work or study and our cycleways make it easier, safer and more convenient.