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May 2018

Pedal & Pizza – Flat White Ride

Sunday May 27 @ 9:15 am - 1:00 pm
$2 - $25

Join us on a classic two-hour Sunday ride along some great cycle trails in West Auckland! We'll have a coffee stop along the way and serve homemade wood-fired pizza at the EcoMatters Bike Hub afterwards. For a map of the route, see here. We will start at the Packing Shed Cafe and do the Flat White Ride clockwise, with a coffee stop at The Waterview Coffee Project before finishing at the EcoMatters Bike Hub in New Lynn. The ride will be 21km, with the option to meet us in Waterview if you prefer doing a shorter ride. This loop combines cycle paths, shared paths and a little bit of on-road riding, so you will need to be a confident rider and take responsibility for your own safety. All bikes and e-bikes welcome! If you're bringing a car, best is to park it at the Bike Hub in New Lynn, take the train to Sunnyvale and ride the Oratia Stream Shared…

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The Big Bike Debate

Thursday May 31 @ 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
MOTAT, Great North Road, Western Springs
Auckland, Auckland 1022
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Does Auckland look better on a bike? Bike Auckland hosts a celebrity comedy debate that aims to settle the question once and for all! With more Aucklanders on bikes than ever before, are we all set to freewheel into the future? Or is there something about the subject of cycling that grinds people’s gears? With MC Wallace Chapman in charge, two teams will face off with logic and laughs in front of a cabaret audience. Flying the chopper flag in favour are Michèle A'Court, Livi Reihana and Tom Sainsbury. Putting on the brakes for the ‘Nah’ team are Jeremy Elwood, Hamish Parkinson and Justine Smith. The winner will be decided by audience acclaim. Tickets include the debate, musical entertainment, a sit-down dinner and drinks, plus after-dark access to MOTAT’s ‘Changing Gear’ exhibition on the history of the bicycle – all in support of a great cause. Everyone's welcome at this rollicking and robust evening, whether you’re a heartfelt hard-pedalling supporter,…

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