Events

28 October 2017 to 29 October 2017
10:00am to 5:00pm

The NZ Bike Expo is a place where everyone – roadies, trackies, downhillers, commuters, riders of dirt – can celebrate the bicycle For two days everything to do with the bicycle will be in one place… the top brands, the experts, the retailers, the clubs, the trips and events!

Whether you are a serious cycling aficionado, parent looking for your child’s first bike, or group considering your next adventure, the NZ Bike Expo will have something for you.

Bikes have come a long way in the 200 years since they were invented. At the Expo you'll be able to see and try out the awesome range and science embodied in today’s bikes. You'll also hear about the amazing challenges and journeys bikes can open up for you.

Saturday & Sunday, 28 & 29 October 2017.  Open 10am – 5pm daily

17 October 2017 to 20 October 2017
9:00am to 5:00pm

The Asia-Pacific Cycle Congress (APCC) is the southern hemisphere’s premier cycle planning and industry conference, bringing together key cycling experts, researchers and enthusiasts from around the world.

To be held in Christchurch, 17-20 October 2017.

25 March 2017 to 26 March 2017
9:00am to 3:00pm

Location: WellingtonSaturday 25 - Sunday 26 March 2017

Theme: BikeBiCentennial - celebrating 200 years of fun, freedom and adventure

Photographs of CAN Do 2017

Registration

Register online here.

Costs:

  • Members:
    • Early bird $80. after 7 March $100 
    • Day $60 (not including Saturday Evening dinner)
  • Non-Members: $140 whole weekend, $80 day (consider joining CAN to save)

If cost is a barrier, CAN has some limited funds to help local groups send advocates.

8 February 2017
(All day)

Go By Bike Day 2017 will be on Wednesday 8 February.

From NZTA: "That said, regions are always welcome to use alternative dates however we do find sticking to this allows people to tap into the national PR.  Our communications team are working on some messaging & PR around this with Acumen (who provided this service under Bike Wise).  There’s a huge amount of activity taking place over Jan-March which we want to present as a package so punters can see the depth of the program.me"

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6 September 2016
5:15pm to 6:45pm

The weather is getting better, so it's time to be out on the bike more, so it's learn more about the progress of our city cycling plan called Bike Hamilton.

We have a special guest from Hamilton City Council giving us an update. We also want to disucss the up and coming Car Free Day on 22nd Sept,the next steps of Regional Cycling programme business case progress and much more. Location: The Londoner, 596 Victoria Street, Tuesday 6th Sept, 5:15pm. Presentation starts at 5:30pm, (please note the different location)

1 October 2016
12:00pm to 2:00pm

 

This Special General Meeting is for members to vote, to approve a change in CAN's structure. 

This SGM will be held in the ASB Sports Centre, Wellington, on 1st October 2016 at noon.  

Members will be able to join us via a webinar or in person. 

More information and meeting details here. 

30 August 2016
7:30pm to 8:30pm

This is a webinar (web based seminar) for cycling advocates on bike parking, and a new initiative, BikesWelcome. The format will be brief presentations from a panel, then open discussion.

The topics and panelists are:

1 August 2016
5:30pm to 7:30pm

What: Bike ride to celebrate the Wellington premiere of Le Ride. 

Where: Meet by Freyberg Pool, Oriental Bay for a 1.5 - 2 hour ride around the bays. Flat and hilly options. 

When: 5:30pm, Monday 1 August 2016. We’ll be back in plenty of time for Le Ride, at 8:30pm The Embassy Theatre. Phil Keoghan will speak at the screening for 30 mins.The bike ride is free.

LE RIDE WELLINGTON PREMIERE“Man, do I have some respect for the riders who rode in 1928.”— Phil KeoghanDocumentary | New Zealand/Australia/USA/France 2016Director: Phil Keoghan | 90 mins

28 June 2016
7:30pm to 8:30pm

This is a webinar (web based seminar) for cycling advocates on how to how to talk effectively to political representatives (MPs and city councillors). The format will be brief presentations from a panel of experienced political representatives, then open discussion.

The panel is: