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.
CAN Do 2013 includes our AGM, workshops, training, rides, plenty of food and drink and a chance to catch up with fellow "CANners" from around New Zealand.
It is likely to be in Auckland in March or April.
Check again for more details.
Cycling's the go this summer!
Whether you want to ride to the shops, explore the region's parks, get fit, commute to work or just spend time with the kids, check out our Summer Cycling Programme for a range of opportunities to help you discover the fun and freedom of riding a bike. No need to worry if you don't have a bike, we'll have some to borrow at many of our events. There is something for everyone, from complete beginners to experienced riders.
Well-known singer Don McGlashan has a punctured lung and several broken bones after smashing into a car door while he was cycling.
Police are investigating what they believe is the suspicious death of a cyclist in Auckland early this morning.
The man was found on the cycleway near Bond Street, Kingsland, beside the Northwestern motorway at around 1am.
Ambulance staff were unable to save him and he died at the scene, police said.
Bond Street was closed off for several hours and a major scene investigation launched.
An autopsy will be held this morning.
Police were yet to determine how the man died.
It's with heavy hearts that we need to inform you that as of today, 10th November, we are suspending Auckland's public bike service. After 3 years of running the operation as an advertiser funded service, we've come to a point where we can no longer sustain the business in its current format. The last of your Nextbikes will be coming off the streets today.
Cycle Action Auckland have launched their new site at caa.org.nz
Upcoming events include the AGM and a presentation by Ludo Campbell-Reid on urban design for a Super City. Tonight (Thursday Sep 30th) 6.30pm. See website for more details