At 10am every Monday morning you can listen to Yarra Bicycle Users Group Radio on 3CR Community Radio; podcast, on-demand, streaming and digital.

Broadcasting on 3CR Community Radio since 2008, YarraBUG Radio presenters are Faith Hunter, Val Nagle, Steve Barnett & Chris Star

We have very diverse and long term cycling interests and no doubt if you’ve spent any time on a bike around Melbourne you’ve probably met one or all of us at some point

YarraBUG Radio encourages everyone to join in the sheer fun of bicycle riding and to also raise awareness in sustainable transport issues

We would like our show to be for everyone, cyclists or not and we would love non-cyclists to be in our audience

Recent podcasts

50 years of Friends of the Earth: urban campaigns and active transport YarraBUG

On this week program, falling on World Environment Day, Chris chats to Cam Walker from Friends of the Earth about celebrating 50 years, their continuing work in environmental, urban and social justice campaigns, including getting lead in petrol banned, intergenerational anti F19 protests in Alexandra Parade and 1990s Transport Collective which included Streets For People, Reclaim the Streets, establishing Critical Mass Melbourne and Sustainable Cities ongoing advocacy in Melbourne's west.Local news includes upcoming issues with Brunswick level crossing removal project with previous guest Paula Hanasz interviewed as part of 'Melbourne residents divided as the future of bustling Sydney Road strip hangs in the balance', despite years of research and data dispelling parking concerns. Update on previous program about Kerferd Road: Engage Victoria dropped plans to include walking and cycling. So come along to Critical Mass – Shrine to Sea on Friday 30 June 2023 show Port Phillip Council and the Victorian Government that we need safe mobility lanes along Kerferd Road as part of the Shrine to Sea project.Another reminder: June 2023 is Radiothon time at 3CR and Yarra Bicycle Users Group Radio needs your support!Celebrate everything you love about riding your bike and supporting active transport by making a donation by 30 June 2023. Any amount makes a big difference, and all donations over $2 are tax deductible Program music Cycling Is Fun – Shonen KnifeCycling – Sonia KillmannBicycle – filous feat. klei
  1. 50 years of Friends of the Earth: urban campaigns and active transport
  2. 'Strict liability' – what is it, what can it achieve and what won't it do?
  3. Protecting the Shrine to Sea Project
  4. Budget time at your local council!
  5. Active transport: pedestrians and cyclists should be better allies