Cycling Advocates' Network

A voice for kiwi cyclistsWe work with government and local authorities on behalf of cyclists, for a better cycling environment

Got a chip on your shoulder? 

Meeting Minister for the Environment

'B' is for Bicycle?  Yeah, nah

NZTA’s ‘new approach’ to transport planning

Cyclists Applaud Massive Investment Programme.

CAN

Welcome aboard CAN: more people on bikes, more often

 

What do we want?

  • Connected cycleways in cities, and shoulders on key rural roads.
  • On-road cycle training in schools and for adults who want to cycle for transport.
  • A new, fresh public education programme for safe road use.

 

News

Got a chip on your shoulder? 

Or a ‘works end thank you’ sign blocking your shoulder? Contractors doing road repairs...

Confused as to what is CAN? 

It is all of what is inside the orange box.

The...

Meeting Minister for the Environment

CAN arranged a cordial meeting with the Minister for the Environment Dr. Nick Smith,...

NZTA’s ‘new approach’ to transport planning

NZ’s principal cycling group CAN are today hailing NZTA...

Cyclists Applaud Massive Investment Programme.

Kiwis keen on...