Local Revolutionaries: Cycle Advocate RobertRead more
Robert, the Spokes Canterbury’s Treasurer is a long time advocate for cycling and has been the key organiser of the very popular Biketober event in Christchurch. We’ve caught up with him to share with you some of his thoughts about all things cycle.
Coffee Outside ChristchurchRead more
Christchurch is your city too! Its public spaces and its cycle facilities are yours to use. Places that you just won’t stop by with your car but would very much enjoy biking to. Make friends with active locals who care very much for this city and spend a relaxing morning connecting with people.
Local Revolutionaries: Warren and his RapidRead more
We’ve been fans of Formaggio’s ‘Fungi pizza’ for quite some time, so we were delighted when Warren the owner of well-loved restaurants Formaggios and Tutto Bene became a client of ours. Beyond our shared love for pizza, we’re very inspired by Warren’s passion to contribute to a better world. It’s a heartfelt story worth sharing and we hope you will enjoy and be motivated by it.
CCC Long Term Plan: Have Your SayRead 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.
Top 5 things to do in Christchurch in 5 hoursRead more
The heart of Christchurch is evergreen and filled with activities! Here is our Top 5 things to do in Christchurch in 5 hours by bike.
5 reasons Melbourne bike share rocksRead more
We recently spent the weekend in Melbourne where we got around the city using the bike share system. Here are 5 reasons why our trip rocked because of it.
Christchurch Coastal Pathway rideRead more
Once completed, the Christchurch Costal Pathway will be a 6.5km long shared pathway connecting the city cycle network along the coastal edge of Christchurch to Sumner beach. When finished not only will the pathway provide a safe link for people travelling along the causeway it will stimulate economic and natural growth for the area.