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We hold regular monthly meetings in Dunedin. For the current venue, contact Spokes at spokesdunedin@gmail.com


Cycling advocacy group for the Dunedin region

Latest Activity

Posted on 30 October, 2010 - 08:30 by glen
Welcome to CAN Do, CAN's annual get-together.
Posted on 15 July, 2010 - 09:22 by Patrick
Cycling advocates are calling for a ceasefire in the latest skirmish between some drivers and cyclists.
Posted on 14 July, 2010 - 12:32 by Patrick
Police have charged a 41-year-old Outram woman with unlawfully taking a bicycle, dangerous driving, and assault with a weapon after an altercation with two cyclists at the weekend
Posted on 20 April, 2010 - 16:06 by Patrick
Ellen Vanderslice, Project Manager, from the Portland Bureau of Transportation presented this online seminar
Posted on 4 June, 2009 - 10:34 by em.oyston
Attached PDF summary of activities
Posted on 15 May, 2009 - 17:13 by Fiona
Dunedin Cycling hits the headlines again!
Posted on 13 May, 2009 - 16:11 by Fiona
Attached are the Dunedin Tunnel Trails Trust ("Caversham Tunnels" group) Submissions to DCC LTCCP and RLTP. Gerard Hyland sent these.  Said I would post them to Spokes D website. It looks like Spokes Dunedin, Living Streets Dunedin, Dunedin Tunnel Trails Trust, and Harbour Cycle Network are all speaking on Tuesday 19 May starting 1.10pm at ORC so great opportunity for all interested cyclists and walkers to attend who can.
Posted on 11 May, 2009 - 13:38 by Fiona
Attached are the recent Spokes Dunedin Submissions on: draft DCC Long Term Council Community Plan (LTCCP), draft ORC LTCCP, & draft Otago Regional Land Transport Programme (RLTP). Just so these are kept somewhere in case anyone needs to refer to them. Wondered about Phaedra sending a copy of the ORC LTCCP and ORLTP to ORC.
Posted on 9 May, 2009 - 14:00 by em.oyston
A brief AGM with food and drinks, and a presentation by Nicola Bould from the Harbour Cycle Network.
Posted on 8 May, 2009 - 09:18 by em.oyston
See attached image files.
Posted on 5 May, 2009 - 10:39 by Fiona
Phaedra is presenting on behalf of Spokes Dunedin tonight at the Municipal Chambers (Edinburgh Room, Level 2) 5.45pm (be early as they were running ahead of time last night). Living Streets Dunedin is presenting at 4.10pm same place, be nice to support Living Streets too.
Posted on 17 February, 2009 - 10:44 by em.oyston
Upcoming cycling events in Dunedin for the next month.
Posted on 1 December, 2008 - 10:47 by Fiona
CAN is offering to coordinate and pay for the design and printing of a folded postcard or a business card for Spokes that to hand out to people at Bike Wise and other events. Attached is brief info. on how to get this happening - its easy!And some possible design ideas
Posted on 12 November, 2008 - 19:26 by Stephen Molloy
Posted on 12 November, 2008 - 19:24 by Stephen Molloy
ORGANIC TEA ! ORGANIC COFFEE ! NICE CRACKERS ! Commitee Meeting, Tuesday November 18, 5:00 pm.  (bit later is Ok) Upstairs Board Room, REMAX Building, Moray Place. Opposite Countdown (Carry your bike upstairs)   Contact: Stephen, 021 2042691  
Posted on 28 October, 2008 - 19:49 by Anne F
More needs to be done to educate motorists to keep Nelson cyclists safe on roads, Bicycle Nelson Bays spokeswoman Anne FitzSimon says.
Posted on 22 October, 2008 - 15:48 by em.oyston
"Mr Garbett said the council did not want to allow cyclists to use the existing Lovelock Ave if it was realigned, but if the commissioners saw it as a critical issue, it would "reluctantly" make provision for cyclists to travel uphill only. " Full article at http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/28414/decision-awaited-lovelock-ave-re...
Posted on 20 October, 2008 - 18:56 by em.oyston
Article from the Otago Daily Times 20/10/2008 accessible at http://www.odt.co.nz/your-town/dunedin/28080/users-welcome-track-extensi... Good work Harbour Cycle Network
Posted on 15 October, 2008 - 01:03 by Stephen Molloy
Posted on 15 October, 2008 - 00:49 by Stephen Molloy
Posted on 15 October, 2008 - 00:43 by Stephen Molloy
Posted on 15 October, 2008 - 00:34 by Stephen Molloy
MORE THAN 103 INSTANCES MENTIONING OF DUNEDIN CYCLING IN ONLY 67 PAGES ! This important document features relevant recent graphs, figures and statistics related to cycling within an integrated city-wide transportation strategy.Listing of specific Dunedin cycling proposals and the funding that is required for each.   
Posted on 15 October, 2008 - 00:11 by Stephen Molloy
Posted on 14 October, 2008 - 23:46 by Stephen Molloy
CRITICAL MASS, DUNEDINEvery last Friday of the month, 5:30pm Otago Museum Lawn. Numbers vary from 10 - 200.  Come along, spread the word !   a worldwide phenomenon, of which wikipedia describes it well http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_Mass 
Posted on 14 October, 2008 - 23:36 by Stephen Molloy
DUNEDIN CYCLING STRATEGYIncluded within this document; text, photos, and the council's way forward from 2004 {!}"The purpose of this strategy is to encourage participation in cycling and address cycling safety. This will require taking steps to overcome the challenges that inhibit more Dunedin people from choosing to cycle and make it a more attractive option" "Cycling must be promoted within an integrated transport system for Dunedin. This integration will be achieved by ensuring that the policies and strategies relating to amenity, traffic management, road safety, parking, public transport, walking and cycling are effective and properly integrated"  36 pages, .pdf format