At Bike Waikato we believe everyone should be able to move around safely using the transport mode that best suits their trip. More and more people are recognising the benefits of jumping on a bike, the feeling of the wind through your hair and a smile on your face.
A lot of the time our roads and public spaces don’t make bike riders feel safe.
To campaign for safer places to ride bikes, and
Empower people to get on a bike and gain more freedom.
what do we do
“It’s a smell the roses kind of thing.”
As per her Instagram bio, Kiri Crossland is “just another pākehā queer femme on the internet.” She is a regular bike rider and works as a Transport Planner for MRCagney.
There are many different reasons for someone to ride a bike. Environmental, health, traffic, and economical reasons, to name just a few. But for 62-year-old Georgina O’Brien, e-bikes have helped her, and her family relive their youth.
“Is it about a bicycle?” Whether it’s the literary world or real life, Maebh has a connection to cycling.
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