About the 2023 awards
The Cycling Luminaries Awards have been celebrated nationally since 2002.
VIEW ALL NOMINATIONS FOR 2023 HERE: www.weride.org.au/about-the-awards/2023-awards-nominations/
As bicycle riding has grown across Australia, the awards have evolved and matured to reflect the bicycle community’s achievements from the smallest remote community to national programs in towns and cities.
The 2023 awards will celebrate achievements of the people, the places and the programs that got Australians riding in the last 12 months.
Hosted by the Federal Parliamentary Friends of Cycling, the Gala Dinner will be held in the Mural Hall at Parliament House in Canberra
With TV personality Osher Gunsberg MC for the evening, the dinner will also feature the launch of the 2023 Australian Cycling Economy Report – a critical report of the impact of riding on the Australian Economy.
Nominations are now closed for 2023 and we look forward to recognising the champions and heroes making Australia a better place to ride a bike when the Awards are announced in Parliament House on the 15th November.
Marie Lawton – 2022 Leadership Award
2022 AUSTRALIAN CCYCLING LUMINARIES AWARDS- Jake Steadman – Steadyrack presents the Award for Leadership with Zibeon Fielding to Marie Lawton, Rail Trails Australia at the Awards dinner at Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney. Photo: Andrew Taylor.
- Nominations are now closed for the 2023 Leadership Award (person).
Bikes Palya – 2022 Bike Culture Award
2022 AUSTRALIAN BICYCLE SUMMIT- Darren Harper of FE Sports with Julia Lawrence representing Bike SA – Bikes Palya at the Awards Dinner at Royal Randwick Racecourse Sydney. Photo: Andrew Taylor.
- Nominations are now closed for the 2023 Bike Culture Award (program).
Cooks River Cycleway – 2022 Built Environment Award
2022 AUSTRALIAN BICYCLE SUMMIT- Damian Hicks, Network Steadfast Insurance – Cyclecover presents presents the Award for Built Environment to Roxanne Thornton, representing Canterbury-Bankstown Council at the Awards Dinner at Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney. Photo: Andrew Taylor.
- Nominations are now closed for the 2023 Built Environment Award (place).
Past Award winners and nomination procedures can be viewed for each category by following the links below: