April 13-14, 2013, Auckland.
Are you passionate about more people on bikes, more often? Join us in the heart of Auckland on 13-14 April for CAN's National Cycling Summit.
The weekend included CAN's AGM, workshops, training, rides, plenty of food and drink and a chance to catch up with fellow "CANners" from around New Zealand.
Evaluation report, 2 May 2013
Venue: Pioneer Womens' Hall, Cnr High St and Freyburg Place, Auckland CBD
UPDATED Programme is attached below.
Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Daly – GHD Melbourne
"The politics of cooperation in the age of sharing: a new paradigm for bicycle advocacy"
Panel: Winning hearts and minds
“Collaboration & partnership in action”
Stephen Town, NZTA Regional Manager, Auckland/Northland
“The problem is… The solution is…”
“How do we get the kiwi cyclists’ voice heard?”
Camden Howitt, Sustainable Coastlines
Dave Insull, 90 Seconds
“New models- new learnings”
Gerry Dance - NZTA Model Communities
“The health factor”
Phil Shoemack, Medical Officer Health - BOP.
Campaigns Online John Mauro - Director of Policy, Cascade Bicycle Club (2011/2012)
Ryan Mearns, Generation Zero
Major New Zealand cycling initiatives
Auckland’s Good Bunch – Barbara Cuthbert
Nga Haerenga – Gerry Dance
CAN/BikeNZ (RST) projects – Jena Western
Pedal Ready in Wellington – Marilyn Northcotte
Schools - Richard Hamer
A new Christchurch: open spaces & cycling – Clare Simpson, Don Babe, and David Hawke, Spokes Canterbury
Working together: solving local issues on a national level
“The ultimate connected cycle route” – Skypath, Bevan Woodward
“Dunedin: protected cycle ways on key arterials” - Hank Weiss
“Making key rural routes safe” - Bike Taupo
“Wheels in Motion” Contest!
We encourage all local groups to submit a poster display of what is happening in their city for cycling. Please submit boards Friday (or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make other arrangements). A prize for the most creative board will be awarded.
Registration cost $100 ($115 after 31 March)
To register download registration form attached below and send it to email@example.com or CAN Do, PO Box 25-424, Wellington 6041
City Garden Lodge 25 St Georges Bay Rd, Parnell, is recommended.
CBD backpackers around Queen Street will be noisier but please see attached programme for a full list of recommendations.
Optional post-CAN Do ride:
2 and 3 day options. Map is here. We'll have a support vehicle.
- Day One 15 April: Auckland train to Takanini Ride to Clevedon (or ferry to Pine Harbour), Kawakawa Bay, then Miranda. Accommodation at Miranda Shorebird Centre.
- Day Two 16 April: (optional) shuttle to Paeroa then ride the rail trail to Waikino and back to Paeroa, shuttle back to Miranda.
Or ride to Auckland via Maungatawhiri and Papakura, train to the city.
- Day Three, ride to Auckland via Maungatawhiri and Papakura, train to the city.
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CAN and Cycle Action Auckland would like to acknowledge the support of the following organizations:
Photo credit: Bruce Jarvis