- Month of Cycling
- Go By Bike Day
- Be Bright
- The Explorer
- Big Bike Tune Up
- Bike and helmet seven point safety check
- Get your workplace cycling
- Get your school cycling
- Bike Buyer's guide
- Safe riding tips
- Cycling factsheets
- Radio ads
The following resources are intended for education and informational purposes only. Users must consider their specific circumstances and meet any legal and regulatory requirements (including those relating to health and safety). The NZ Transport Agency does not accept responsibility for any loss or injury that arises from the use of or reliance upon any information contained in these resources.
NZ’s Favourite Places to Cycle is all about getting Kiwis to identify, share and celebrate their favourite places to cycle throughout this beautiful country of ours. Check back here in 2017 to find useful resources.
Check back here in February 2017 to find resources to help promote your Month of Cycling event.
The next Go By Bike Day is Wednesday 8 February 2017.
Use the posters and flyers below to help promote your Go By Bike Day event.
The 'how to' guide and editable templates, such as posters, media release and cyclist survey, will help you run a Be Bright campaign.
This guide provides easy to follow advice and templates for those wanting to organise an Explorer clue trail on wheels.
The Big Bike Tune Up (BBTU) 'how to' guide and templates are designed for those who want to run a basic bike maintenance and/or safety check. Use guide, the templates and online resources as a 'pick and mix' to make your job easier.
Do a quick pre-ride 'seven point safety check' and make your ride safer and more fun.
This guide includes advice on how to plan and deliver inhouse activities and includes NZ case studies and editable templates.
These resources include information and editable templates to help you deliver a Big Bike Tune Up and Go By Bike Day at your school.
This resource will help you consider the type of bike, find the right size and, if it is a second-hand bike, assess the safety of the bike.
These safe riding tips are ideal for parents and teachers introducing children to cycling and also for those looking for a refresh on safety aspects before getting back on the bike.
Download cycling factsheets to use with your promotional material.
Download these radio ads for use on your local station