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

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

Talking about council budgets and 2024 elections YarraBUG

On this weeks program Chris catches up with Ruth Jelley from Streets Alive Darebin about the upcoming Victorian council elections in 2024, their council budget submission, why have local road & traffic issues become so polarised, whatever happened to Darebin Councils Streets for People project, how improving active transport creates safer environments for all street users, improvements for active transport in Paris, how to contact Darebin councillors to demand sufficient funding for active transport projects north of Bell Street, balance budget funding equally between roads and footpath maintenance and improve funding for Your Streets Your Say.News includes BikeWests upcoming campaign to highlight remaining safety issues on Dynon/Hopkins Street corridor in Footscray, Port Phillip BUG: Inkerman St safety corridor update: Council prioritises car parking over a safe bike lane and next month it's time to support YarraBUG Radio during 3CR Radiothon!Program musicTrue Love Always, Bicycle Riderfilous feat. Klei. Bicycle
  1. Talking about council budgets and 2024 elections
  2. Bicycle Network's e-Bike moment
  3. Vulnerable Road Users Inquiry Report + Safer Walking and Riding for Murray Road
  4. Bike buses? How Bunchrides plan to make it easy
  5. Talking about Battery Acid Sound System
  6. Broady Bikes – Opportunities for youth in Broadmeadows
  7. Missing the point completely: rise of reactive politics
  8. Making things better: talking advocacy with Ruth Jelley and Paul Baker
  9. Celebrating fifty plus years with the Melbourne Bicycle Touring Club
  10. Talking to Cr Sophie Wade & Julian O'Shea