Appendix 3: Cycleways/walkways/bridleways Working Group details

Cycleways/walkways/bridleways working group
Terms of reference

Kapiti Coast District Council

Otaki Beach ©2006 M Richardson

Term 4 challenge to year 9 and 10 students to cycle to Paraparaumu College

Cycling to college promotion

Run by

  • Kapiti Cycling Inc., Kapiti's cycling advocate group.

Funded by

  • Bikewise Community Partnership Program.

Major sponsors


Thank you for your application to join our Kapiti Cycling Incorporated.

You can look forward to hearing from us shortly.


What's happening with unicycles? Visit


Where in Kapiti do you find CYCLE PARKING and LOCK-UPS?
What are they?
How do I get to use one?
Do they cost?

Government planning for cyclists

National Cycle Trail Project

In July 2009, Hon John Key announced the National Cycle Trail Project, a national project to build a network of cycle trails around New Zealand

You can register for regular updates from the Ministry of Tourism


Take action: what you can do for cycling

Otaki River mouth, Rangiuru ©2006 M Richardson

Keep cycling: More People cycling more Safety

It has been proven by research in Europe, Australia and recently in New Zealand that the more people that are cycling the safer the roads are for cyclists. The maxim More People cycling more Safety is therefore absolutely true. So keep cycling!


What's the latest in cycling Technology? And how to get the best fit and solution for a bike for YOU.

Visibility aids

The cross chest visibility aid

An Exalite Safety belt, shown above:, $70.00 retail.


Report a bad driver: Online Community Roadwatch Report

The Community Roadwatch programme has been designed for use by New Zealand Police to advise the owner of a motor vehicle about the unsafe or risky driving behaviour you have observed and reported (where you do not wish the offender to be prosecuted).

Fill in the online report to the Police

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