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Calling all superheroes – come to our AGM!

Picture people pouring in the doors next Wednesday evening, eager to get a drink, a nibble and ready to talk about what’s happening to make things better for bikes. They […]

‘A deluge of money and outbursts of belief’ – the Chair’s report to the AGM, August 2015

2015 stands out for being the year of: a deluge of money; a sweet and irresistible force; outbursts of belief; and a major leap forward. Here’s a snapshot of the […]

Aug 31, 2015
Come to our Bike Breakfast: Thursday 6 August

The first Thursday is almost upon us again — time to mark the calendar and set the alarm clock, so you can make it along to the most invigorating breakfast of […]

Bike Breakfasts in the Burbs

The monthly Bike Breakfasts in the city (organised by Cycle Action’s Kirsten Shouler) are an immensely valuable part of our network. Relaxed but regular, they’re an opportunity to get together and shoot […]

From shore to shining shore – Jonathan Kennett’s vision

What a delight it was to have Jonathan Kennett in town last week – one of the legendary Kennett Brothers, who have done so much for cycling in New Zealand. We […]

Auckland, via Kensington & Chelsea – Kathryn King

The room was buzzing as we settled in last Thursday to hear from AT’s new manager of Walking and Cycling, Kathryn King. She’s a local gal, given a good polish by her […]

Who wants to ride in Auckland & Taming The Strand

This month’s Cycle Action public meeting will bring you 2 hot topics for discussion THIS THURSDAY: The results of the Auckland Transport’s 2014 cycling survey of 1,250 Aucklanders. This is […]

Velo-City 2014 Adelaide – June CAA Meeting

We are delighted to host several terrific presentations at this month’s Cycle Action meeting.   Richard Barter (former Chair, Puketapapa Local Board) and Sam Corbett (Auckland Transport) are fired up […]

Future Streets presentation from Hamish Mackie – this Wednesday 6pm

We are very pleased to have Hamish Mackie presenting at Cycle Action’s meeting this Wednesday evening to report on progress on Mangere’s Future Streets research project. A wide range of bodies […]

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