Cycling has become a popular form of recreation, fitness and transport. Cyclists have varying skill levels and for this reason we provide on- and off-road cycle paths. In a low speed environment, most cyclists can use shared zones.
We are expanding our cycling network along roads and through parks.
Cycling network map
We are expanding our cycling network along roads and through parks.Cycling
We have a network of recreational bike paths throughout our parks.
Please download the Logan City cycleways (PDF 4811 KB) map.
Our RU1m campaign is a SafeRoads4Logan initiative designed to let motorists and cyclists know about the new minimum passing distance law.
Under new Queensland laws, motorists must now give a minimum passing distance of:
- 1 metre when passing cyclists in a speed zone of 60km/h or less
- 1.5 metres when passing cyclists in a speed zone of over 60km/h.
The law aims to make drivers more aware of cyclists, who are vulnerable road users.
As part of the campaign, we're providing RU1m hi-vis vests, bumper stickers and other merchandise through our online store – how can you access the online store?
By wearing a vest or displaying a sticker, you can help us to spread this important message, and increase safety on the road for yourself and others.
To learn more about the new laws:
- download the RU1m factsheet (PDF 756 KB)
- download the bicycle safety for kids activity and factsheet (PDF 249 KB)
- visit StreetSmarts.
For more information about cycling groups, please visit: