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Take your hat off to the Orakei Local Board

Wonderful things keep happening with boardwalks around Orakei, thanks to the Local Board’s commitment to walking and cycling. Dodging between Friday’s south westerly showers, I  went exploring with a friend […]

Take a left at Don Buck Road

AT is currently consulting on a short new section of the cycle network to be built out west – on Don Buck Road (west of Triangle) Road, and on a […]

Te Atatu, NW Cycleway – fence removal starts Tuesday

Project works notice: From our friends at Fulton Hogan, contractors for the NZTA’s Te Atatu interchange works. FH knows people cycling this route need safe and unobstructed access at all […]

Urban Regeneration tools: Duct Tape

This article describes how an intersection can be transformed using nothing more than duct tape. So where did this happen? Some crazy hippy commune like Portland or Vancouver? Nope: It […]

Power to the People – Bike Te Atatu

Congratulations to our friends at Bike Te Atatu for their futuristic cycling and walking video for their suburb. Bike Te Atatu is a community group on the Te Atatu peninsula […]

Bicycle commuting or Bicycle culture?

This article at Copenhagenize.com looks at two aspects of the bicycle explosion which is happening worldwide. The author classifies these two aspects as “bicycle commuting” and “bicycle culture”. Bicycle commuting […]

What does a 35% modal share look like?

We see lots of videos on the internet showing roads full of cyclists. However, one thing is that they all show the cyclists on the right (or incorrect) side of […]

A commute to Kumeu

A guest post from Tom Beeston. This is an image rich post so the photos are quite small. Please click on a photo to enlarge it. I’ll start by pointing […]

Cycle lane fairy godmother in action in Devonport!

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about the poor condition of cycle lane markings on the cycle lane connecting Devonport and Takapuna, and linked this to the frequent […]

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