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Cycling shifts into high gear: News release from Cycle Aware Wellington
17 April 2012
The number of people commuting by bicycle has hit a new high in Wellington, council figures show.
Thinking of learning new skills one member has decided to try his hand at unicycling
This information is taken from Windy Wheels, 12 Dec 94. Windy Wheels is produced every month. Please send your contribution to the Editor, CAW, PO Box 11-964, Wellington. Editor: Liz Mikkelsen.
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Cycle Aware Wellington
Windy Wheels July 1996
Thank you Sean for the excellent way in which you edited the June Windy Wheels. The time away was worthwhile. I have returned to look at Wellington with fresh eyes. I spent one week on the Cape Cod peninsula (Massachussetts on the East Coast of America) and Boston, and almost two weeks in Denmark.
Bus lanes, cycle stands, Thorndon Quay - truly cyclic!
From the archives - Celia checking out the Featherston St showers, Paul's calculations on the chances of getting wet during your commute....
History in the making... We rated council candidates on a five point scale of cycle friendliness, ran adult skills classes....
Delve into the digital archives - look how long we've been working on Thorndon Quay...
Courtesy of the Wayback Machine, CAW's digital history has been recovered. These are the 2006 issues.