Biketober 2021 is only a few months away and already there are heaps of ideas for events, including the ever popular Biketober Passport, Biketober Rave, and Bikes, Beers and Banter – plus several new events that will be announced in the not too distant future. 🤩 If YOU (yes YOU) have an idea for an […]
Once again it is time for our AGM. This year it will be held at the Pegasus Arms, 14 Oxford Terrace (near Christchurch Hospital). The Pegasus Arms is also easily accessed from Tuam Street between Antigua & Montreal Street, closer to Antigua Street end. Emily Cambridge, a Landscape Architect working in the area of Active […]
Together we cycle Against all odds, the Dutch kept cycling. In this documentary, people tell the story of navigating a bumpy road which ultimately led to a place where cycling is an obvious choice for most. Opening night screening: Lumiere Cinema, Rolleston Ave, Arts Centre, Christchurch 29 April @ 7.30pm. Drinks & nibbles from 6.30pm.
Ref: CCC 2021-31 Long Term Plan https://ccc.govt.nz/the-council/consultations-and-submissions/haveyoursay/show/386 Open for feedback: 12th March 2021 – 18th April 2021. Spokes Canterbury (http://www.spokes.org.nz/) is a local cycling advocacy group with approximately 1,200 members and is affiliated with the national Cycling Action Network (CAN – https://can.org.nz/). Spokes is dedicated to including cycling as an everyday form of transport […]
Annual General Meeting 2020 Join the people who make Spokes happen. Following on from the Covid-19 lockdown and into the recovery phase we can help shape Christchurch’s cycling landscape. Spokes Annual General Meeting will be held online via ZOOM on 28 May at 6pm. If you would like to join the AGM please email your […]
The bi-annual 2Walk&Cycle conference is being held in Palmerston North this year from 30 July to 1 August. Advocate registration costs are $385 and close this Friday 15 June.
To celebrate the first ever Bike Expo to be held in Christchurch on October 28th and 29th at the Wigram Air Force Museum, Biketober is giving FIVE people the opportunity to win TWO entry tickets simply by identifying the locations of the following bike parks.
Unless people who cycle get active, the promised cycle routes will be far less safe and possibly not even constructed.