Bike Wise is New Zealand's national programme of cycling-related activities and events across the country.
February is Bike Wise Month and during this time and beyond, there are many community and school events that include Big Bike Tune Ups, Go By Bike Day events and cycle-skills training.
So far in 2014 there have been more than 400 events take place around the country, with almost 60,000 people participating.
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Community and school events registered and promoted as part of Bike Wise will be eligible to receive a free coordinator kit worth around $250 (while stocks last).
A one-day event in your region that encourages people to switch from cars, buses and trains to biking to work for a day. At certain events, a free breakfast awaits cyclists at the end of their ride.
Go By Bike Day took place nationwide on Wednesday 12 February 2014.
The Big Bike Tune Up (BBTU) is a safety initiative designed to encourage new and past bike-riders to get their unused bikes out of storage and along to a BBTU event.
Mechanics at the BBTU event will give the bike a quick maintenance check to make sure it is safe and road-worthy.