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Bridge supports Climate Change Commission target of reducing emissions by making walking and cycling easier.
Cycle Journeys aims to unburden ratepayers and reduce reliance on council funding.
Another $7m will fund new and upgraded cycle and walking trails in Central Otago.
Construction on shared path between the Hutt Valley and Wellington City to begin this year.
Mountain bikers can ride the Heaphy Track in the Kahurangi National Park from 1 May to 30 November.
Work is to start replacing Auckland’s Old Māngere Bridge and restoring a walking and cycling connection across the Manukau Harbour.
A morning blessing ceremony has marked the opening of Wellington’s new Cobham Drive walking and biking route.
With the industry yet to revive, one BOP excursion company aims to expand as far as the South Island with a new product.
A new $1.68m shared walking and cycling path will be built at Punakaiki through the Jobs for Nature programme.
Kim Young, who previously worked at Te Papa, would help develop the Remutaka Cycle Trail into the next “Great Ride” along the lines of other popular Great Rides such as the Otago Central Rail Trail and Alps 2 Ocean.
The trail would eventually traverse 55 kilometres of West Coast scenery from Westport, around Cape Foulwind to Charleston.
A new interactive cycle route map has been launched that shows how the cycling network connects across New Zealand.
The Department of Conservation is seeking feedback on new areas identified for cycle tracks and trails on public conservation lands and waters across Otago.
Central Hawke’s Bay District Council will receive a $750,000 grant to enhance the Tuki Tuki Cycle and River Trails.
Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency has picked Fulton Hogan, HEB Construction, Aurecon, McConnell Dowell and Freyssinet to partner on its Northern Pathway project.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is hosting the On the Go Awards to acknowledge projects that support a healthier, cleaner and safer transport system.
The walk and cycleway will close an existing gap in the network between Chambers Street and Marine Parade along Ellison Street, and along Te Awa Avenue from Ellison Street to Napier Boys High School.
The trail was part of a wider vineyard cycling network developed in partnership with the Renwick Smart and Connected Bike Walk Group.
The Taupō Treasure Trails event will go ahead these July school holidays, says Destination Great Lake Taupo.
Cycle trails will play a leading role in the recovery of the tourism industry, says Cycle Journeys CEO Geoff Gabites.
The hot dry summer has forced the closure of most tracks in the Wither Hills Farm Park, including the Mountain Bike Park.
Adventure Capital have launched new guided e-bike tours of Rangitoto and Motutapu in Auckland.
The Alpine Group has launched its new Southern Lakes Helibike brand to the Queenstown & Wanaka market.
Coronet Peak will open its full summer season 1 December, debuting its new 8-seater gondola cabin.
The Clutha Gold Great Ride Cycle Trail extension has received a further $500,000 in funding from the Otago Community Trust.
The Porirua Adventure Park has been given the green light following its final consent being signed off by the Department of Conservation.
Rotorua will keep its gold-level Ride Centre status for another four years – one of only six accredited in the world.
Entries have opened for the BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge with around 6,000 cyclists and 9,000 supporters expected to attend.
Work has started on Central Otago’s newest cycle trail, The Lake Dunstan Trail.
The Clutha Gold Great Ride Cycle Trail will almost double in length thanks to the cash.
The government is investing $2.3m in NZ’s Great Rides with the Hawke’s Bay the big winner from the funding boost.
The Waitangi Mountain Bike Park in Northland is to receive $490,000 towards its completion from the Provincial Growth Fund.
Bungy pioneer Henry van Asch has added another tourism business to his portfolio with the purchase of Queenstown-based HeliBike NZ, and is introducing a “bungy twist” as part of growth plans.
Eleven New Zealand cycle trails will share a $770,000 investment as part of the latest allocation from the $8m Maintaining the Quality of Great Rides Fund.
Taupō’s Great Lake Trail has been granted $245,000 for a 15km extension to help improve safety and promote the region as a cycling destination.
The New Zealand Mountain Safety Council has launched a guide to help local and visiting cyclists prepare for and get the most out of backcountry terrain trips.
Auckland Harbour Bridge’s proposed SkyPath is set to become a reality after confirmation that it will receive $67m of government funding.
The government has granted $13.2m towards the creation of a continuous 530km-long cycle trail network across Otago.
The route will connect with the proposed $31m SeaPath on Auckland’s North Shore.
New Plymouth’s mountain bike trails at Lake Mangamahoe are set to be extended by 10km with work on a pavilion also progressing.
Pou Herenga Tai – Twin Coast Cycle Trail Trust has appointed Adrienne Tari its new general manager.
Mountain bikers touring Rotorua’s Whakarewarewa Forest contribute $30m-$50m in annual spending to the local economy, according to a new report.
Cycle Journeys’ founder, Geoff Gabites, is making way for a new manager to lead the next phase of growth at the six-year-old business.
Christchurch Adventure Park has secured three major race events for the upcoming summer season.
The New Zealand Conservation Authority approved amendments to the Tongariro National Park Management Plan which will allow for mountain biking at its most recent meeting in Wellington on 23 April.
Tasman’s Great Taste Trail has been granted $2.4m in funding for it to be extended and upgraded to a multi-day ride.
A ceremony has been held to officially mark the start of construction of He Ara Kotahi, a new 7.6km shared path for cyclists and pedestrians through Palmerston North and over the Manawatu River.
Sure, it’s not Copenhagen but that doesn’t mean Auckland can’t put on a decent cycle tour.
Tourism operators and others involved in providing services to people riding the Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail this summer are being urged to encourage them to complete a short survey on their experience.
The first-ever NZ Bike Expo, which was held in Christchurch on 28-29 October exceeded expectations from exhibitors and visitors alike.