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3 February, 2010 - 08:23

- February is Bike Wise Month
- Public invited to put ideas for pathway under Auckland Harbour Bridge
- 'Aggressive' drivers deter cycling tourists
- Cyclists getting squeezed off roads: tour operators
- Cyclists call for ceasefire
- Risky cycling rarely to blame for bike accidents, study finds
- School cycling in Wales triples
- Beijing to revive bikes for smooth traffic, clear sky
- Weblinks


16 December, 2009 - 10:22

- Musicians demand cycling on the Auckland Harbour Bridge
- Toll could pave the way for pedestrians and cyclists
- Cyclists declare John Key a cycling champion
- CAN seeks Media & Marketing Co-ordinator
- Young Kiwis want transport change
- South Island's canals by bike
- How to get more bicyclists on the road: find out what women want
- Cycling facilities do reduce crashes, says report
- Australian Cycling Conference 2010
- Experts stress health benefits of cycling
- Walk (or cycle) and ignore the food miles, British told

2 November, 2009 - 09:22

- CAN Cycle-Friendly Awards finalists announced
- NZ Cycling Conference and CAN Do 2009 - register now!
- Cycle tourism boom at risk if road safety doesn't improve
- Cycling advocates call for stop to cyclist-bashing
- No cell phone use while biking
- New Zealand Cycleway funding process announced
- Cycle, walkways at dead end in Hamilton
- Light will alert drivers to bike riders at Auckland black spot
- UK to get 10,000 secure bike parking spaces at train stations
- Cycling plan to blame UK drivers by default for all crashes