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Usually a niggling Achilles tendon isn’t cause for alarm, but for Wellington woman Louise Curtis, it signalled the start of a battle with cancer.
The 2nd Rotorua Bike Festival clicks into gear tomorrow.
The NZ Transport Agency is urging Kiwis to get on their bikes tomorrow, as New Zealand celebrates the joys of pedal power to mark Go By Bike Day.
It's a simple concept - close a road to cars and open it to people...
a2b GO is Wellington’s summer challenge where workplace teams fight it out in a four-week active travel battle.
There is homegrown talent with world titles to their names lining up at the Rotorua Bike Festival in the heart of New Zealand’s North Island, starting on Friday February 14.
As schools reopen from this week, Police are reminding motorists to take extra care on the roads to safeguard our most vulnerable road users.
An initiative has been designed to build awareness of the different experiences of drivers and cyclists face while using the same roads.
By the time students in the Nelson and Tasman areas take their bicycles to the road, they are ready to put into practice the key steps of look, signal, move.
The NZ Transport Agency has launched a new ‘moment of truth’ outdoor and radio advertising campaign to promote awareness of cyclists and to encourage safe sharing of the road.