Tribe Bikes

Founded by frustrated dads Nick Kalaf and Steve Bull, who were sick of being stuck in traffic or dealing with grumpy toddlers on long walks home from the beach or park, Tribe Bikes was born out of a genuine need for more efficient and fun modes of transport. After researching the market and finding European Electric Cargo Bikes prices at upwards of $10,000, Nick and Steve used their corporate skills in procurement, wholesaling and digital strategy as well as their lifetime love of bikes to provide a cost effective and high quality alternative to Australian Families. With 100% 5 star rating, the Tribe Bike has fast become the must have ‘vehicle’ for Australian families, as well as dog owners and people who just need to move a lot of stuff! Take your Tribe on a Tribe Bike today and enjoy the adventure!

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Good Cycles 

Since 2017, Good Cycles has successfully maintained its strategic 80/20 revenue model, with more than 80% of annual revenue derived from its commercial operations. Good Cycles reinvests 100% of profits back into its mission: providing young Victorians at risk of disengagement with employment opportunities that improve their futures. 

Good Cycles is dually focused on delivering both social impact and commercial sustainability. Success is measured by continuing to provide paid employment and support for at-risk youth. In a few short years, Good Cycles have reached commercial sustainability with over 80% of their revenue coming from commercial activities. For more info visit

Community Transport Central Coast

Community Transport Central Coast goes the extra mile to make life easier for over 65s, NDIS participants and people who are transport disadvantaged. Our door-to-door transport service picks you up from your Central Coast home and takes you absolutely anywhere on the Central Coast, or even to Sydney or Newcastle. For more information visit

Overdrive: Cars, Transport & Culture

If you live and breathe motor transport here’s a great website for you.  Based around the popular radio program and podcast ‘overdrive’ which features an entertaining mix of motoring & transport news from Australia & around the world, road tests, feature interviews and quirky stories. Overdrive is broadcast on the radio all across Australia. Hosted by motoring broadcaster David Brown with regular contributors Errol Smith, David Campbell, Brian Smith, Paul Murrell and Brent Davison.  The​ website is the companion to the overdrive show and includes the latest buzz in motoring, with test drives of the latest vehicles, interviews with key players in transport and a keen interest in motoring history.   

To check out the show and podcast archive click on this link

Chicks Who Ride Bikes

Chicks Who Ride Bikes is a grassroots cycling community here to support you, and provide you with the confidence to ride safely and share experiences.

Whether you're a roadie, mountain biker, gravel grinder, commuter, or bikepacker, CWRB lets you discover, connect and ride with likeminded women, globally.

CWRB is an inclusive, encouraging and supportive community for women at any stage of their cycling journey - from beginners to pros!


Dutch Cargo Bike

Dutch Cargo Bike is a pioneering Australian company specialising in the import, distribution and retail of high-end European e Bikes and e Cargo Bikes.

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