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Lake Wānaka Tourism and Destination Queenstown have partnered this biking season to produce Dirt Report, a weekly round-up of all things biking in the district.
Cycle trails on four of New Zealand’s Great Rides will share just under $650,000 for repairs following extreme weather in June and July,
A new walking and cycling bridge is expected to become tourist attraction for the city.
The government is investing $6.745m in the Queenstown Trails Realignment Project,
Ruapehu District’s Mountain to Sea cycle trail and South Taranaki’s Patea museum are the latest beneficiaries of the PGF.
Once completed the project would create a 24km loop track that would begin and end at Mahia Beach.
The funding will come from $220m cycleway package included in the Government’s $3bn infrastructure provision.
The new shared path will connect Ahipara, Kaitaia, 90 Mile Beach and Cape Reinga.
The Government will provide extra funding to councils to expand footpaths and roll out temporary cycleways to help people maintain physical distancing rules.
Two teams have been shortlisted for the design and construction of a walking and cycling path over Auckland Harbour bridge.
A two-way separated cycleway will be built along the northern side of Tamaki Drive, Auckland, between the Quay Street Cycleway extension and Ngapipi Road.
Operators will be creating new “iconic” cycling and walking product following the Government’s $360m investment into Auckland’s SkyPath and SeaPath projects
The South Island’s newest mountain biking adventure park opens today at Glendhu Bay, Wanaka.
Cyclists of all abilities will be in for a treat when a newly built off-road cycle trail in the Waitaki Valley opens on 8 February.
The Wairarapa Trails Action Group secured $120,000 to develop a region-wide recreation trail linking the five main Wairarapa towns.
Guided cycle tours have been allowed back to the Tasman island following a recent fire.
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