With Australia set to host the Summer Olympics next month, many people are asking what it takes to bike a bike in the city.
Cycling in Sydney has long been a great way to explore the city and get to know other people, but for some it is becoming a bit of a chore.
What can you do on your own if you don’t have the time to get up on a bike?
A bike park and bicycle shop?
Cycle in the park?
“If you’re looking for a simple bike-sharing scheme that can be used anywhere, then I’d say go for it,” bike park manager and cycling expert Peter Leung said.
“The key is to find a location where there’s enough space and a bicycle shop is the first thing you need to do.”
A cycling park on a Sydney beach “You can buy a bike from a bike shop and they’ll deliver it to you in a safe and secure manner,” Mr Leung told ABC Radio Sydney.
Bike parking can be found at many bike shops and cycling facilities, including some large and public transport hubs.
But you won’t have to park your bike in a designated bike space, like on a cycle path or in a parking lot.
There are many locations in Sydney where you can park your bicycle for free, and those that don’t charge a fee, like bike parking for free.
You can bike anywhere in Sydney.
There are many places in Sydney that offer a free or low-cost bicycle rental service.
If you are in Sydney’s CBD and want to take advantage of the free rental bike park, then you should check out a bike park before heading to the beaches, Mr Leong said.
“It’s a great opportunity to get on your bike, enjoy the beaches and have a bike-share or bike hire.”