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Although Easter is just around the corner, before Christmas the Bike Wise Santa asked who was on the naughty or nice list as part of a special Christmas kid’s bike promotion.
Coke NZ staff in Auckland recently got their pedal on in support of Go By Bike Day.
Combining bikes and bingo may sound a little odd, possibly conjuring up thoughts of grandma weaving her way around the bingo hall on two wheels.
Renowned for its stunning beaches and delectable wines, Waiheke is increasingly making a name for itself as a destination to explore by bike.
The inaugural Huri Huri Wairarapa Bike Festival kicked off with a bang last weekend and runs until this Sunday.
Pinehaven School in Upper Hutt recently celebrated the opening of three new bike tracks – a 500 metre loop, a skills track and a BMX style pump track.
Cycle skills have been taught in New Zealand schools for years, and the Marlborough community seems to have a great formula.
If you love to get out and go for a lazy Sunday afternoon drive, why not get on your bicycle and go for a Lazy Sunday Cycle instead. That’s what a growing number of Cantabrians have been doing this summer.
An estimated 1,400 people took part in Wellington Go By Bike Day events this year – the region’s biggest turnout yet for Go By Bike Day