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    • Being a pedestrian in a car oriented city
      • You might remember my post of last year about Salt Lake City and how it was building light rail and putting in cycle share. I’d like to share with you an experience of another western American city, Las Vegas. This is the details of a couple of walks I did through Las Vegas’s suburbs. This […]

    • Being a pedestrian in a car oriented city
      • You might remember my post of last year about Salt Lake City and how it was building light rail and putting in cycle share. I’d like to share with you an experience of another western American city, Las Vegas. This is the details of a couple of walks I did through Las Vegas’s suburbs. This […]

    • The Low Hanging Fruit of the Kapiti Coast
      • I had to go do something at Coastlands and it was a nice day for a ride so I thought I’d ride down and take some photos of the new bike lanes around Rimu Road. I started from Waikanae Beach and crossed the bridge to Otaihanga, which now a sign says it is ok for […]

    • The Low Hanging Fruit of the Kapiti Coast
      • I had to go do something at Coastlands and it was a nice day for a ride so I thought I’d ride down and take some photos of the new bike lanes around Rimu Road. I started from Waikanae Beach and crossed the bridge to Otaihanga, which now a sign says it is ok for […]

    • Some good election results for cycling
      • There are some good results for cycling in the region with Celia Wade-Brown re-elected as Mayor in Wellington. This term is hopefully going to be more productive than the last since there are some fresh faces on council including new Greens councillors Sarah Free and David Lee. Well done to them all. Cr. Paul Bruce […]

    • Some good election results for cycling
      • There are some good results for cycling in the region with Celia Wade-Brown re-elected as Mayor in Wellington. This term is hopefully going to be more productive than the last since there are some fresh faces on council including new Greens councillors Sarah Free and David Lee. Well done to them all. Cr. Paul Bruce […]

    • Hawkes Bay Rides
      • A few moons ago I did a little ride up Hawkes Bay way from Havelock North to Napier, and in the years since they’ve spent a bit of money and improved cycle infrastructure considerably. Hastings has made a considerable effort in improving on-road cycling around the town. Here’s a map of most of the rides. […]

    • Hawkes Bay Rides
      • A few moons ago I did a little ride up Hawkes Bay way from Havelock North to Napier, and in the years since they’ve spent a bit of money and improved cycle infrastructure considerably. Hastings has made a considerable effort in improving on-road cycling around the town. Here’s a map of most of the rides. […]

    • International Take a Sickie and Ride Your Bike Day
      • Historically many cities have Ride a Bike to Work Days. Wellington has had them before (and is having another one in February I think). Washington DC too. They are generally good fun, and you might get a good breakfast, meetup with a few thousand other cyclists and still get to work on time. For the […]

    • International Take a Sickie and Ride Your Bike Day
      • Historically many cities have Ride a Bike to Work Days. Wellington has had them before (and is having another one in February I think). Washington DC too. They are generally good fun, and you might get a good breakfast, meetup with a few thousand other cyclists and still get to work on time. For the […]

    • What Riddiford Street could look like
      • This is definitely worth drawing attention to. As I said on my post about the Island Bay cycle routes I am of the opinion that there should be separated cycleways up Adelaide Road and up Riddiford Street (amongst many others). At the Sexify Blog they’re much of the same opinion, at least about Riddiford Street. […]

    • What Riddiford Street could look like
      • This is definitely worth drawing attention to. As I said on my post about the Island Bay cycle routes I am of the opinion that there should be separated cycleways up Adelaide Road and up Riddiford Street (amongst many others). At the Sexify Blog they’re much of the same opinion, at least about Riddiford Street. […]

    • Cycling in Tunnels safely
      • What do the Kelburn, Northland and Seatoun tunnels have in common? They were all featured in a post I did 4 years ago, called Cycling in Wellington’s Tunnels, They were all built originally for trams, And they’d all benefit from two signs at each of their entrances.

    • Cycling in Tunnels safely
      • What do the Kelburn, Northland and Seatoun tunnels have in common? They were all featured in a post I did 4 years ago, called Cycling in Wellington’s Tunnels, They were all built originally for trams, And they’d all benefit from two signs at each of their entrances.

    • Island Bay cycle routes
      • The good news is that Wellington City Council is consulting on a preferred safe cycle route between the city and Island Bay. Cycling Aware Wellington organised a successful public meeting to garner local support and got quite a turnout. To get a good feel for the ride between the Island Bay and town have a […]

    • Island Bay cycle routes
      • The good news is that Wellington City Council is consulting on a preferred safe cycle route between the city and Island Bay. Cycling Aware Wellington organised a successful public meeting to garner local support and got quite a turnout. To get a good feel for the ride between the Island Bay and town have a […]

    • Christchurch’s Cycle Design Guidelines
      • If you’ve not seen the Christchurch City Council’s Cycle Design Guidelines yet they make for some very interesting reading. It gives hope that we are going to end up with quality, safe cycle infrastructure in New Zealand cities. Now central government should come to the party, wind back the wasteful spending on its RoNS monstrosities […]

    • Christchurch’s Cycle Design Guidelines
      • If you’ve not seen the Christchurch City Council’s Cycle Design Guidelines yet they make for some very interesting reading. It gives hope that we are going to end up with quality, safe cycle infrastructure in New Zealand cities. Now central government should come to the party, wind back the wasteful spending on its RoNS monstrosities […]

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