People are being encouraged to use a Summer Cycling Series to give back to the community and as motivation to get their legs pedalling.
Safe and Sustainable Journeys Rotorua is running a free Summer Cycling Series for all ages and abilities to get involved in.
There are a number of events and activities for the community to get riding in, including Go By Bike Day, Bike Fix-Up Day, Bike it Forward, Frocks on Bikes and the Whakarewarewa Forest Loop.
Go By Bike Day is on Tuesday, February 14 from 7am to 9am. People are encouraged to get riding on their commutes, and to pop into a pit-stop on Te Ngae Rd at the underpass.
The Mechanics and Maintenance Bike Fix-Up Day is on Wednesday, February 15 from 5pm to 7.30pm. The Safe and Sustainable Journeys Rotorua team have a small fleet of donated bikes that need some TLC before passing them on to new owners. If you have bike maintenance skills and would like to help this kaupapa, email email@example.com.
And Bike it Forward is an opportunity to donate your paihikara [bike] to help bring the joy of biking to others in the community. The team is collecting good-condition, used bicycles to donate to less advantaged tamariki and adults. To arrange a donation, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Frocks on Bikes is on Thursday, February 16 from 5.30pm to 7pm. People are encouraged to come dressed as they are after work or to dress up glamorously. Join the team for pre-ride refreshments followed by a relaxed ride […]
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