A SOMA Smoothie, a Buena Vista and a 2 day tourNo CommentsRead more
As everyday riders, our goal was to build new bikes that would meet the requirements of our daily commute while allowing us to take the same bike on adventures across the country. Our commuting requirements were bikes with relaxed geometries for when we saunter past the shops and through the parks. Mounts to take a front or rear carrier for transporting everyday goods and fenders for the wet. For our adventures, we needed bikes that would ride well with additional load and felt stable yet responsive with enough gears to handle more challenging or hilly terrain.
Christmas at ABCNo CommentsRead more
The holiday season presents an opportunity to spend a relaxing time with loved ones while enjoying the Summer outdoors. With the beautiful and thoughtful range of bike products available at Action Bicycle Club, it’s easy to choose a gift to make riding a bike extra special for that someone.
Hub motors and mid-drive motors on electric bicycles – What’s that all about?No CommentsRead more
One of the most common questions that prospective buyers of electric bicycles have, is whether to ‘go mid-drive or hub drive’. Even people who don’t think to ask such a question are often bombarded by friends, sales people, manufacturers etc about which is better. What is it that they’re all on about and why is it even a thing? Maurice from EBike Team in Auckland, our eZee Bike distributor gives you the run down. Originally posted on ebiketeam.co.nz
Generation Zero: An interview with Francesca & RosaleeNo CommentsRead more
Generation Zero is a nationwide, youth-led climate advocacy group who want to see our country on track to a carbon-neutrality by 2050! Since April last year, Rosalee Jenkin and Francesca Bradley have been knee-deep in Generation Zero’s national campaign for a climate change law. Then, in December last year our new Government laid out its plan to develop and pass the Zero Carbon Act into law. On top of all this both Rosalee and Francesca are passionate cyclists. We got the inside story on life in the saddle.
CCC Long Term Plan: Have Your SayNo CommentsRead more
The Christchurch City Council Long Term Plan is open for Submissions until 13 April 2018. The Long Term Plan has delayed the completion of the Major Cycleways Project until the middle of 2028. Why wait for these benefits? Tell the Council you would like the Cycleways delivered sooner by submitting on the LTP.