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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
We love seeing Kiwi's getting their pedal on any day, but especially on Go By Bike Day!
Wish you could take a step back in time some days? Well, how about a cycle back in time instead!
Consider yourself a foodie or perhaps a culture vulture? If so, then you might want to get on your bike and explore the Tasman Great Taste Trail this summer.
The Hawkes Bay Commuter Challenge kicks off on Monday 9 February in Hastings and Napier.