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Cool kids with their new lids

Posted: 04 May 2022

Five Tauranga and Western Bay students and one teacher will be looking extra sharp on their bikes, scooters, and skateboards after being presented with their new professionally painted helmets.

Bay of Plenty workplaces among winners in Aotearoa Bike Challenge 2022

Posted: 18 March 2022

Competition was tight in this year’s Aotearoa Bike Challenge with a number of Bay of Plenty workplaces taking out places in the national workplace challenge.

February is Bike Month

Posted: 17 January 2022

Bike Month celebrates cycling in February with a jam-packed calendar full of free cycling activities across Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty.

Win a personalised helmet

Posted: 13 January 2022

The Design Your Own Helmet competition is back for another year.

Celebrate cycling and win prizes

Posted: 21 December 2021

It’s time to get your workmates together and rediscover the joys and benefits of riding a bike, as workplace rivalry returns to Tauranga in February 2022 with the Aotearoa Bike Challenge.

Celebrating school road safety and active travel

Posted: 25 November 2021

The banners were made, the route was planned, the guest speakers booked, and the trophies polished

Leave the car at home this World Car Free Day

Posted: 16 September 2021

Motorists in the Bay of Plenty can join people around the globe by leaving their cars at home on Wednesday 22 September to celebrate World Car Free Day.

40km/h variable speed limits for schools

Posted: 03 August 2021

Tauranga City Council are introducing new speed limit signage at five schools across Tauranga: Tauranga Intermediate, Aquinas College, Golden Sands School, Taumata School and Matua School.

What’s the rush?

Posted: 09 July 2021

Reducing speed is one of the most effective ways to bring down the rate of deaths and serious injuries on Tauranga roads.


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