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Auckland Council Opposes Blanket Speed Limit Increases – Prefers Safety

Following presentations by Bike Auckland, Brake, and the Australasian College of Road Safety, we’re very pleased that Auckland Council maintained its commitment to keeping tamariki (children) safe and voted to formally oppose the Speed Rule. The Central Government will still have the final say on how they proceed with the Speed Rule – and it’s important they hear from you by midnight on July 11.

Cross Post: Raised crossings, hearing the voice of vulnerable pedestrians

The more streetscapes are safe and welcoming for disabled people, the better they are for children, older people, and everyone in between. Read this piece from Vivian Naylor, the Barrier Free Advisor and Educator at CCS Disability Action, Northern Region, the largest disability support and advocacy organisation in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Inclusive Cycling Report 2023

In 2023, as part of our Inclusive Cycling project funded by Hoe Ki Angitū (Waka Kotahi Innovation Fund), Bike Auckland commissioned Grab Your Wheels, Let’s Travel to compile a report on the […]

Physical barriers to inclusive cycling!

Earlier in 2023, as part of our Inclusive Cycling project, we partnered with Kimberly from Grab Your Wheels and various members of our disabled cycling community to audit 50km of […]

The inclusive cycling board game

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 […]

Introducing The Shazam, a mobility device to independence

Community freelancer Sharon Davies tells her story of finding more freedom with the TriRide; an e-bike style power add-on for her wheelchair. Almost 5 years ago, my life as a […]

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