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February 2019

Bikes & Beers

Thursday February 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Auckland, + Google Map
Free

Thirsty? Good. Bikes & Beers is back! Bikes & Beers is a relaxed, after-work get-together for Auckland’s bikey types. It’s held on the third Thursday of the month and it’s hosted by our friends at Brothers Beer. The first Bikes & Beers for 2019 kicks off at 5:30pm on Thursday, 21 February at Brothers Beer’s very convivial bar at the City Works Depot in Wellesley Street. If you’re a Bike Auckland member, bring your membership card – it’ll get you your first ale free, courtesy of Brothers. (Not yet a Bike Auckland member? Join us now and enjoy a whole range of refreshing bike-friendly benefits, as well as supporting the push for a better city on wheels!)

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A Back to School Biking Bee Adventure

Saturday February 23 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Alberton, 1 Kerr-Taylor Ave
Auckland,
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Free

Join us on our first Back to School Biking Bee Adventure in Albert–Eden on Saturday the 23th of February, 9.30am - 12.30pm. Hop on your bikes and come with us to explore our city together from a bee's-eye perspective. On this adventure we will be learning as we go and getting our hands dirty, we will contribute to each site leaving them more bee-friendly than we found them. This is a family-friendly event, and activities on this ride are specifically tailored to help kids interact with their environment and learn about how they can help make real change. Planned activities include chicken feeding, mural painting, a beehive inspection and much more. We’ll start at Alberton and have a pleasant ride to Pt Chevalier, with mini working bees along the way at Alberton, Sanctuary Mahi Whenua (in the grounds of Unitec) and the Dignan St Community Garden, finishing with a swim at Pt Chevalier Beach. This a free event – but…

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March 2019

Ride Leader Workshop

Saturday March 2 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Wesley Community Centre, 740 Sandringham Rd
Auckland,
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Free

Are you passionate about cycling and keen to share this passion with others? If so, then train up and become a cycle group leader. Learn how to lead a group and cycle safely on the road. This workshop is open to all types and levels of cyclists. Registrations essential. Hosted by Auckland Transport and Bike Auckland in conjunction with Cycling NZ. Please register at the link below no later than Friday 22 February. https://ride-leader.cyclingnewzealand.nz/home/workshops Specific topics include ride pre-briefings, equipment checks, route planning, incident management, and debriefing. You will also learn essential group management skills for leading others on shared paths, through roundabouts, intersections and traffic lights, and meet like-minded people who also love biking as much as you do. For further information, please contact Mike Young

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April 2019

Big Bike Film Night: A SUNDAY IN HELL

Thursday April 11 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Academy Cinemas, 44 Lorne St
Auckland, New Zealand
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$16 – $39

"Arguably the best film ever made about professional cycling" - Peter Cowie, International Film Guide In honour of Paris-Roubaix, the most famous and the most dramatic of the spring classic "monument" races, we're bringing this outstanding cycling documentary to the BIG screen for ONE NZ SCREENING ONLY, as part of our Feature Series. Academy Cinemas, Lorne St, Auckland – Thursday 11 April, 8.30pm Tickets $22 Adult/ $16 for under 16s OLD AND GOLD!!! This film has stood the test of time in terms of documentary making, cycling prowess and cutting edge cinematography. The hellish Sunday took place on April 11, 1976 when the champions of cycle-racing battled for victory in the classic and gruelling annual bicycle race – Paris-Roubaix.  A Sunday in Hell is a Danish documentary that captures not just the events of the 1976 edition, but the atmosphere of a professional race. "You can see every bead of sweat on the cyclists and every smashed-up ankle. It really…

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