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Find out the latest news and stories about biking around New Zealand.

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Taupo shines as finalists are announced for NZ’s Favourite Place to Cycle

Voting for NZ’s Favourite Place to Cycle has kicked off and Taupo is dominating the shortlist of finalists.

New Zealand cycles into Bike Wise Month

Kiwis are getting on their bikes to celebrate Bike Wise Month.

Taking a romantic bike ride out east

Bike Wise national coordinator Mike van der Boom shares his most recent cycling adventure.

Cycling with children

Done the unthinkable and had a baby? Compounded the problem by having another? Mr J gives his account of cycling once children are on the scene.

Twizel’s first ever trike-a-thon

Bike Wise recently heard about a neat cycling event targeting young riders in the MacKenzie Country.  

Get more from your New Year’s cycling resolution

Bike Wise national coordinator Mike van der Boom takes a closer look at cycling resolutions and makes a few suggestions to help you achieve your goals.

Introducing Sharehub

Sharehub will introduce new opportunities to ensure the cycling programme remains innovative, grows participation, and provides opportunities for safe and fun activities throughout New Zealand.

NZ’s Favourite Places to Cycle … almost time to nominate!

Kiwis are being urged to share their top cycle trails and help the NZ Transport Agency and Bike Wise discover New Zealand’s Favourite Places to Cycle.

Summer holiday rides

Depending on your fitness, skills and taste for adventure, New Zealand has a plethora of cycling opportunities available to meet your needs. In this article, we look at a few rides near New Zealand’s favourite holiday destinations

More than a Million Kiwis Cycling into Summer

More than one million New Zealanders regularly get on their bikes, and that number is growing.

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