Bike Riding for Everyone

We want to know what you love about riding a bike around Frankston City - and what stops you from bike riding.

Your feedback will help us develop a Bike Riding Strategy and plan improvements that make it safer, easier, and more fun for everyone to ride around their local area! The new Frankston City Bike Riding Strategy will include a list of projects to upgrade our bike riding connections in local neighbourhoods.

Add a marker to the map below to show us where there are tricky spots for bike riders or where you avoid riding because it doesn't feel safe. Like someone else's comment? Give it a thumbs up to show your support.

Complete the activities on this page by 5pm Wednesday 22 November 2023.

Community engagement activities: 5 October to 22 November 2023

  • Mapping activity

    Add a marker to the map on this page. Show us where we can improve our bike riding network to encourage more people to choose a bike for short trips.

    Open until 5pm Wednesday 15 November
  • Talk to us in person

    Our project team will be popping up to have quick chats about the project.

    Jubilee Stadium: Saturday 7 October 9am to 1pm

    Corner of Towerhill Road and Foot Street: Tuesday 10 October 3pm to 4pm

    Athol Court Playground: Thursday 19 October 3pm to 4pm

    Frankston Foreshore Twilight Market: Friday 20 October 5pm to 7pm

    Outside Seaford Community Centre: Saturday 28 October 10am to 12pm

  • Ask us a question.

    Use the Ask a Question form on this page to contact the project team. Questions and answers may be published on this page or responded to privately. You will need to be logged into your Engage Frankston account to submit a question.

  • Do the survey.

    What stops you from riding a bike? What would encourage you to ride more often? Complete our short survey.

    Survey closed 22 Nov 2023