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Cyclists urged to stay safe and be seen with shorter days ahead

With the end of Daylight Saving, the NZ Transport Agency and NZ Police are urging cyclists to 'be bright' and be seen on the road this autumn.

Motu Road a big cycling challenge for school kids

Motu Road challenge for Matawai students.

Bespoke Cycle Style arrives at Wynyard Quarter

A showcase of the ever-expanding world of cycle chic is set sparkle in Auckland this Sunday 10 March.

Rotorua Bike Festival 2013 – a big success...

Glorious weather and thousands of happy cyclists of all sorts.

West Coast benefits from diligent Police Officers

Children up and down the South Island’s west coast are benefiting from the hard work of a Greymouth Police Education Officer.

Waimea Intermediate kids out-ride their bikes

The twelve bikes owned by Waimea Intermediate in Nelson are getting a thorough workout from the school’s 630 pupils.

Cycling their way to better health

Ministry of Health staff had the opportunity to attend a free cycle maintenance check the day before Go By Bike Day.

Getting into the spirit of Go By Bike Day

Looking for two-wheeled inspiration? Look no further than Te Aroha Noa.

No car parking a good incentive to ride

With the car park closed for the day, options were limited to driving and parking a lengthy walk away or cycling right to the door.  Which would you choose?

900 Wellingtonians rewarded with bagels and coffee

Beautiful weather with no wind was the order of the day for the Wellington Go By Bike Day event.