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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 one million New Zealanders regularly get on their bikes, and that number is growing.
Cycle skills training hasn't been readily available for ‘grown ups’ – but that’s about to change.
Estelle, one of our Bike Wise team members, has returned to the office after a year of maternity leave. She recently got back in the saddle and had a blast on her first post-baby bike ride.
Cycling in Europe was a highlight for the Slomp family from Hamilton
Whakatane cycling family Mike, Sarah, Romy and Maya van der Boom decided to ride the Timber Trial together for the first time last January.
Bike Wise national coordinator Mike van der Boom shares some thoughts on his recent travels in Europe.
Cycling is an integral part of New Zealand’s land transport system and is now the fastest growing mode of transport in several cities and towns across the country.
The 2015-2018 Urban Cycleways Programme, announced last month by the Prime Minister, will see $296 million invested in 41 projects in 15 urban centres over the next three years.
Minn Brodie from the Christchurch City Council shares her thoughts on urban cycle routes in the Garden City.
What better way than a guided bike ride to get people acquainted with new cycle infrastructure and cycling in Auckland? That was the aim of Auckland Transport’s Henderson to the City Ride, which took place during Bike Wise month. Based on feedback received, participants were certainly surprised and delighted with the many cycling opportunities available in the city.
Submitted by Auckland Transport’s Cycling and Walking team