Making a move on emissions
When it comes to the future health of our city, there is no time to waste. Small changes can lead to big results – and we need to make those changes now.
Mission Possible: Ditching the car for the e-bike
From saving hundreds of dollars a month in fuel to the serenity of the Hauraki Gulf, find out why Aucklanders love carless commutes.
Cycling for change
Improved cycle paths, free riding lessons and bike repair stations are helping Aucklanders choose a more sustainable transport option.
Build your confidence with 5 tips for nervous cyclists
Whether you’re a cycling rookie, or just a little unsure about sharing the tarmac with cars, Auckland has everything a beginner or nervous cyclist could ever need.
Learn the bike basics from local volunteers
So you’ve bought the bike, got the right gear and have been enjoying the freedom of exploring cycle pathways across Tāmaki Makaurau or avoiding traffic congestion by cycling to work. Now, though, it’s time for some basic bike maintenance. Where to go?
The best family-friendly bike rides in Auckland
Get the whole family active on one of Auckland’s fantastic bike paths. Scenic routes wind through tranquil neighbourhoods and reserves and meander along coastal areas and past playgrounds, with plenty of places to stop and picnic or play.
eBikes versus ‘normal’ bikes: What should you choose?
As Tāmaki Makaurau’s cycling infrastructure continues to improve, and more cycleways and shared paths are built, getting around by bike is becoming much easier and increasingly popular. So should you opt for an e-bike or something more 'traditional', and how do you choose?
Celebrating five years of the New Lynn bike hub
It has been five years since the trailblazing opening of the very first EcoMatters bike hub in New Lynn, a project supported by Whau Local Board, with no signs of the hub slowing down.
Barfoot & Thompson People's Tri Race 4 – Mission Bay
Suited to first-timers and people wanting to tick off a mega PB – this course has it all.