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March 2019

Women in Urbanism End of Summer Ride

Saturday March 30 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Lightpath/ Te Ara i Whiti, 29 Canada St
Auckland, New Zealand
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Free

Come for a wee bike ride with Women in Urbanism Aotearoa. We'll chat about the intersection between feminist issues, bikes and cities. All ages, genders, and abilities welcome. BYO bike, and e-scooters are welcome too. Get in touch if you're worried about any barriers to being able to participate - we will do our best to make sure you can! Please RSVP at this link, so we know how many guests to expect.  When Saturday 30 March, 10.30am - 12.30pm. Where Te Ara i Whiti/ Lightpath – meet at the Canada St end, i.e. off K Road, opposite Mercury Plaza. Then we'll ride together along a safe route to Buoy Cafe in Westhaven (at the foot of the Harbour Bridge). It's a short ride to make space for as much conversation as possible at the end. Featuring  Free e-bike test rides at the end of the ride, and free beverages at Buoy. Thanks to Bike Auckland and Big Street Bikers for the…

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April 2019

Mystery Strava-Art Charity Ride

Sunday April 7 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Auckland, + Google Map
Free

Come create Strava-art with your GPS computer. With a twist: the super-awesome image will only be revealed at the end of the ride! Join the ride here on Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/467940/group_events/467494 You may remember Carl Wells and his amazing Strava art from such previous hits as the birthday birthday self-portrait, and the infamous prostate cancer fundraiser. This year, Carl wants to do something a bit extra for his favorite charity, Cool Earth. Environmental destruction and climate change are big and scary problems we need to be doing more to address. Cool Earth helps indigenous communities on the front lines of rainforest destruction earn more from keeping the forest standing than they would otherwise earn from clearing it. Win Win! You can chip in and support the campaign here. The ride is approximately 30km, and will travel at an easy pace. Carl is hoping for a big group to help create an indelible and impressive image. Questions? Drop Carl a line.

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