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Project Watch: Isthmus 2024

Following our recent Central City update we turn our eyes to the Isthmus. Full of people, and places they can bike to – shops, schools, public transport – this central swathe […]

Turning Our Backs on Walking and Cycling: Harbour Bridge Events Cancelled

Waka Kotahi has cancelled its Walk It, Wheel It series of Auckland Harbour Bridge events. Bike Auckland says the cancellation has not been announced publicly but was confirmed in correspondence […]

Project Watch – City Centre 2024

It’s time for a fresh look at all the bike infrastructure being delivered across Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. We report on what’s been built, what’s underway, and what’s glimmering on the […]

Decorate thy bike parking with yarn – a ‘How-to’ guide from Yarn for Pride

Every year, in celebration of Pride Month (February) and the growing local cycle facilities, Rainbow Riders Tāmaki Makaurau create ‘Yarn for Pride’, decorating the cycle parking along Karangahape road with colourful and funky knitted or crocheted scarves. Not only does it bring a smile to passers-by, but it’s also easy for beginner knitters and crocheters to get involved.

Want to do something similar or get involved? Read on for some tips.

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 […]

Liberate The Lane: The Next Steps

There’s been plenty going on behind the scenes of Bike Auckland’s Liberate The Lane campaign. It’s time we updated you. You’ll remember that earlier this year we commissioned a report […]

Liberate the Lane on the Auckland Harbour Bridge!

We call on Waka Kotahi to free up one lane on the Auckland Harbour Bridge for walking and cycling, for a more resilient and connected transport network for people in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

You Shall Not (Bike) Path!

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.

The link between inequality, mobility, and accessibility

Bike Auckland’s Chief Biking Officer Fiáin d’Leafy explains how our inequitable transport system will be exacerbated by the upcoming closures of train lines – and the opportunity Auckland Transport and […]

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