Nationwide Orange Bike Rides, 30 April:
Orange Bike Ride in a town near you!
Across the country Nederlanders are organising family friendly Orange Bike Rides to promote cycling as a sustainable means of transport for all of Aotearoa New Zealand to enjoy.
Dress to impress!
Dress up and decorate your bike in ORANGE, fantastic prizes to be won!
Orange Bike Rides will take place in the following locations:
Starting at Auckland’s Ponsonby Cruising Club, the Orange Bike Ride will follow a flat, bike-friendly road along the waterfront that returns back. The bike ride tour totals 10km – making it perfect for families.
Dress up and decorate your bike in ORANGE to be in to win fantastic prizes.
Bring your bike or borrow a bike FOR FREE from BEAM.
Wellington! We know you love dressing up, so, dress to impress and decorate your bike in orange, the national colour of the Netherlands!
A fun-filled event for all ages, starting and finishing at Queens Wharf by the TSB Arena with a loop around Point Jerningham, Roseneath.
Dressed in orange, enjoy a complimentary tompouce / tompoes before a beautifully relaxed ride around the vineyards!
Start and finish at The Vines Village
Dress in orange, do our quiz and win great prizes! A fun family event for all of Aotearoa New Zealand to enjoy!
Dress up in orange. Celebrate King's Day in style! Download flyer.
Three courses, (10km, 15km or 55 km) start and finish at Zenders Café and Venue.
Wear as much orange as possible. Spot prizes throughout the day!
Information, registration and contact. *Gift bags for the first 50 registrations.
Celebrate cycling at Avalon House in the Hutt. Ride there, dressed in orange.
Free cycle skills, confidence course, bike checks. Fun & family-friendly.
Start and finish at the Otaihanga Domain.
Wear orange. Do the course as many times as you want!
Choose to either follow a 12,5 km off-road bike ride from the Nightingale Library, Tahunanui to the Trafalgar Centre dressed in orange or join the kids' friendly festivities and bike ride along the Maitai.
Please register before 22 April using the following form.
Start and finish: Grass area next to the Wind Wand Playground.
Have fun in orange, stimulate cycling across generations and celebrate the bond between Kiwis and Cloggies.
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Come a bit earlier if you would like a tune up at Bikebox - the Waiheke community Bike Repair Hub.
Wear orange & decorate your bike! We’ll be riding in the Oneroa/Blackpool/Surfdale area on a special ‘Orange’ mission and we’ll return back to the Sustainability Centre for Dutch treats and games!
* Sunday 1 May*
A fun, social bike ride with stops for coffee, lunch and even a beverage or two.
Meet at the Dutch Club in Rotorua. Pay your own way, wear something orange or deck your bike out in orange, or both! Prizes to be won.
Any bike will do, you can take your friends, they don't need to be Dutch.
Contact Jo: 027-668-4521 or firstname.lastname@example.org