• ICECycles free bike workshop a success

    ICECycles free bike workshop a success2

    • 24 July 2012

    The ninth Inner City East Cycles (ICECycles) free bike maintenance workshop went very well on Saturday 21 July at Delta Community house. The team of volunteers repaired 57 bikes and gave away 17 bikes to appreciative attendees, bringing the total number of repairs to over 300, and 150 bikes given away.  There is a story

  • Competition: Design a Bike Rack for Christchurch!

    Competition: Design a Bike Rack for Christchurch!1

    • 15 July 2012

    The very appropriately named Ministry of Awesome are running a competition to design a bike rack for the new Christchurch. The winning design will be made into a bike rack by The Bike Racking Company and hosted at the Re:START Container Mall! What would make a cool bike rack design for Christchurch? Something both functional

  • CBD Red Zone Visit: Traffic-Free Afternoon

    CBD Red Zone Visit: Traffic-Free Afternoon0

    • 13 July 2012

    Gloucester St has been reopened to traffic through the CBD for some time now. CERA have announced that this Sunday afternoon (15th July 1-5pm), Gloucester St between Durham and Manchester will be closed to traffic to allow pedestrians to get in and have a good look at what is happening in downtown. The cordon fencing

  • Winter Solstice Ride – Thursday 21st June

    Winter Solstice Ride – Thursday 21st June1

    • 14 June 2012

    In Portland, Oregon, each February they have a Worst Day of the Year Ride, where they “celebrate” the depths of winter with a ride around town. Here in Christchurch, we want to mark the shortest day with something a bit more optimistic! WHEN: Thursday 21st June, meet at the Armagh St gates to Hagley Park

  • Canterbury Active Transport Forum

    Canterbury Active Transport Forum1

    • 28 May 2012

    Just sharing some news: The Canterbury Active Transport Forum is back! This is a preliminary notice of a forum to be held on Friday, June 1st at the Christchurch City Council civic offices in Hereford Street from 12.30pm until 3.30pm. The programme is just being finalised but a key speaker will be Dr Alexandra Macmillan, a senior



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