Melbourne Cyclists At Risk Of Fines For Riding Outside Their Local Area

Supported by Cyclists in Melbourne could be fined $1,652 for riding outside their local area as per ‘stay at home’ restrictions issued by the Victorian government. As part of the current COVID-19 lockdown, residents of metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire to the city’s north are currently only allowed to leave home for four main reasons: – “to … The post Melbourne cyclists at risk of fines for riding outside their local area appeared first on CyclingTips .

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