In January, right after the flooding, our chief biking officer Fiáin d’Leafy and their partner Cappuccino moved house by bike! Listen to them talk about their experience with Jesse Mulligan […]
Last Sunday in an early celebration of car free day (coming up this Friday 22 September), the Auckland Fancy Women Bike Ride took to the city streets of Tāmaki Makaurau […]
MRCagney developed an awesome inclusive cycling board game – and we even got to try it out at one of our TryaCycle events! MRCagney created this game while they were […]
As part of Bike Auckland’s focus on inclusive cycling we held TryaCycle; an event series which provided opportunity for people with mobility difficulties to try all sorts of different cycles. Thanks to Shanith for helping with the series, and sharing his story of being injured in an accident which left him with mobility issues and how being on a bike gave him independence, a business and freedom.
Megan Harvey from Bike Henderson tells us her journey to cycling for transport – and why she wants people powered transport to be able to cross the Harbour Bridge.
We love the many ways that cycling brings people together. In this case cycling the length of Aotearoa brings together lots of committed cyclists along with fund raising for many […]
We love our new Community Activation Manager, Teva Chonon’s, enthusiasm for all things biking and the interesting and colourful way he sees the world. We can’t wait for him to […]
New Zealander Stephen Knight-Lenihan is a long-time cycling advocate, and was part of Bike Auckland’s predecessor Cycle Action Auckland. He is is now enjoying cycling in Malmö, Sweden and shares this experience with Bike […]
As a long-distance runner, Zeb is always keen for adventure. The planning, thepreparation, and the pushing of boundaries are all familiar territory in his daily life.But when it comes to […]