Six paid bike-related jobs in the last five years? Sounds about right for Thorndon resident Christian Williams.
Christian loves bumping into people around town and casual chats at the lights.
Currently, as a cycle courier for Nocar Cargo, he gets to appreciate riding all over the city.
“I bike for work, for convenience, for fun, for health and fitness, to save money, to save time, and just 'cause it's cool.”
His message to the City Council: “Current infrastructure works for around 10 percent of the population who are long-term confident riders. We need infrastructure to work for the majority. We need genuine protected bike lanes that you'd let your kids ride on without worry.”
By Matt Lorah #PeopleofWellington