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Cycling is now the fastest growing mode of transport in several cities and towns across New Zealand.
Here you’ll find information for people who cycle and about the innovative cycling programmes and projects we are working on with our partners.
Whether it’s to get you to work or school, for recreation or to experience New Zealand’s scenery, cycling is a fun, affordable and healthy way to travel. Find out more about getting around New Zealand by bike.
The Transport Agency and ACC have partnered in the development of a national cycling education system, to increase the reach of cycling education in New Zealand.
This online guide provides all the key information to help your workplace better provide for cyclists and cycling. Includes a guide on employer e-bike purchase support schemes.
As part of creating a successful multi-modal transport system we are working with our partners to offer a safer, more accessible and attractive network for cycling so that more Kiwis can choose to get about by bike.
The Aotearoa Bike Challenge is a fun, free workplace challenge designed to encouraged New Zealanders to make everyday trips by bike, with tailored guidance and tips and the chance to win some great prizes, including e-bikes.
Celebrating the pedal pushers, cycling leaders, communities and individuals who have put their energy and innovation into making cycling a safer, more attractive transport choice. Not to mention the best places to ride a bike in New Zealand!
View and download content developed to help achieve our goal of making cycling a safer and more attractive transport option.
View research aiming to improve the safety of all road users and to encourage more people to get about by bike.
Find images to help you promote New Zealand as a great place to cycle.
Keep up to date with the latest national active transport news. Sign up to the ‘On the Go’ newsletter.
Find out more about the e-bike scheme on offer to public sector organisations.
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