Cycling leaders announced
Cycling Action Network has elected a new Board to lead advocacy in New Zealand.
CAN Chair, Jon Dean said cycling would benefit from the skills and energy of the new Board.
“There's no doubt that cycling is on the up, with more than a million New Zealanders enjoying the ride,” he said.
“Managing that growth and improving safety are our top concerns. Getting more people on bikes has compelling benefits for better health, creating jobs, clean air, and a stronger community."
CAN is New Zealand's national network of cycling advocates. It works with the government, councils, businesses and the community on behalf of cyclists, for a better cycling environment.
CAN Board 2020
Jon Dean from Dunedin is the Chair.
Geoff Sudgen from Christchurch is Treasurer.
Dea Majstorovic (she) is a bike commuter and advocate from Christchurch.
Steve Cable, a former transport planner is the Auckland representative.
Richard Hamer, an advocate and cycle skills instructor from Whakatane is the North Island regional Board member.
Jon Dean says there are conversations taking place with others about being co-opted to the Board. Most of the outgoing Board members are staying on to work on projects and day to day activities.
Contact: Patrick Morgan, Project Manager
CAN – Cycling Action Network