national cycleway

Opening of The St James Cycle Trail -the first full Great Ride

The St James Cycle Trail - the first full Great ride to open on Nga Haerenga, The NZ Cycle Trail, official opening of the St James Cycle Trail.

Saturday 20 November, 10.30am at the Maling Pass entrance car park~35km from Hanmer Springs-just before Lake Tennyson.

Bring your bike to be one of the first to cycle part of this new trail.

For details of the Official Opening, length and times for various cycling options and safety information

www.visithununui.co.nz

New Cycleway Research Report now available

New Zealand’s cycling market has the potential to more than double the amount of money tourists spend annually – from $320 million to $640 million. That’s according to a new market research report released by the Ministry of Tourism today.

New Cycleway Research Report now available

New Zealand’s cycling market has the potential to more than double the amount of money tourists spend annually – from $320 million to $640 million.

CAN's involvement in the National Cycleway Advisory Group

CAN is one of the non-government representatives on the recently formed National Cycleway Advisory Group, which has developed a potential vision for a National Cycleway. 

A cycleway to deliver the best experience of New Zealand cycling.

National Cycleway - route planning

URGENT - please contribute to a stocktake of of all regionally significant recreational / tourism cycle routes (off and on road) throughout the country. Submit your routes before 23 March 09 (Monday).

To support the background work / feasibility study being undertaken by the Ministry of Tourism for the National Cycleway, the working party of key stakeholders urgently need to undertake a stocktake of all regionally significant recreational / tourism cycle routes (off and on road) throughout the country.

National Cycleway - media reports

Listen to Rod Oram's interview on the National Cycleway. The item was on National Radio on 3rd March 2009.

Updated with links to reports as they come to hand.

Listen to Rod Oram's interview on the National Cycleway (MP3 attached below). The item was on National Radio on 3rd March 2009.

His points: