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19
Dec

Members of the Green party and Christchurch cycle advocacy group SPOKES will be giving away "Free Fuel" at an inner-city intersection this Friday, to mark World Car Free Day. Barron

The group will be handing out freshly-cooked toast to motorists, cyclists and pedestrians at the busy inner city intersection of Lichfield and Manchester Streets, along with information leaflets stating that "Toast Is Fuel!” and outlining the benefits of toast compared with petrol.

Greens spokesperson and SPOKES chair Paul de Spa says that conversion to toast can save motorists a lot...

December 19, 2007 jonathan READ MORE
18
Dec

Just to show that we are live and working...

December 18, 2007 jonathan READ MORE
2
Nov

Winners in the SPARC Cycle-Friendly Awards 2007 have been announced today. Out of fourty-seven nominations the winners are as follows:

 

Avanti Award for Best Cycle Facility Project: Transit NZ for Basin Reserve Cycle/Pedestrian Crossings   Land Transport NZ Award for Best Cycling Promotion: Massey University PR Team for On Ya Bike   Land Transport NZ Award for Cycle-Friendly Commitment by Business: MWH New Zealand Ltd for Green Kilometres on “pool” bikes   ViaStrada Award for Cycle-Friendly Commitment by a Public Organisation: Nelson City Council for Nelson City Council...

November 2, 2007 cymbalista READ MORE
15
Oct

Finalists in the SPARC Cycle-Friendly Awards 2007 have been announced today, (in no particular order) as follows:

 

Avanti Award for Best Cycle Facility Project: Palmerston North City Council for College Street Cycle Lanes Auckland City Council for Waikaraka cycleway (first stage, off road section) Transit NZ for Basin Reserve Cycle/Pedestrian Crossings Land Transport NZ Award for Best Cycling Promotion: Sports Bay Plenty for Re-Cycle Auckland City Council for “Cyclists, Auckland needs you” awareness campaign Massey University PR Team for On Ya Bike Land...

October 15, 2007 cymbalista READ MORE