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.

Meri Kirihimete 2023!

It’s December again and Kirihimete (Christmas) is rapidly approaching! We’ve put together a few ideas to get you relaxed, creative, and feeling the vibes. Getting into the Spirit of Kirihimete […]

Glen Eden Micromobility Hub Network Pilot Programme 

Researchers at Auckland University’s School of Architecture and Planning have received funding from Waka Kotahi’s innovation fund to trial a six-month programme to base a micro-mobility hub at Glen Eden […]

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 […]

Bike Auckland Chair’s response to Waka Kotahi recent announcement

We’re almost at the midpoint of the key decade for urgent action on climate. In Aotearoa, the stakes are clearer than ever, from the damaging impacts of weather events to […]

Give A Little campaign!

Update: We raised almost $15,000 towards the ongoing Liberate the Lane campaign through GiveaLittle! Thank you to MediaWorks for the generous discount on bus spaces, to our match funders Electric […]

Are you struggling with being comfortable on your bike seat?

If you are, then you are not alone. Suffering on your bike saddle is a common complaint for many riders. Biking as well as enjoyment can be limited by your […]

Nov 01, 2023
Meet our Deputy Chair, Duncan Laidlaw

Duncan Laidlaw is our Deputy Chair. The Deputy Chair supports the Chair in leading the board and connecting with the crew and steps up if the Chair is absent. What […]

Oct 30, 2023
We have limited edition stem caps!

Showing your support for a more connected cycle network in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland just got cooler with our limited edition Liberate the Lane stem caps! Read on for the backstory, […]

Physical barriers to inclusive cycling!

Earlier in 2023, as part of our Inclusive Cycling project, we partnered with Kimberly from Grab Your Wheels and various members of our disabled cycling community to audit 50km of […]

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