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New Zealand is a great destination for an active cycling or mountain biking break, with accessible riding trails and tracks near most cities and towns. You are guaranteed a cycling holiday to remember, with a fresh experience, panoramic view or beautiful landscape to be found around each bend.
Serving up plenty of fresh air, fun and sunshine alongside magnificent scenery and must-see sights, the New Zealand Cycle Trails offer rewarding rides for all ages, abilities and interests. Most of the country is now at Alert Level 2, while Auckland and parts of Waikato remain at Level 3; please follow the appropriate Covid-19 guidelines .
A bike is a vehicle by law and must adhere to New Zealand Road Rules. While it is legal to ride two abreast, common sense dictates that single-file may be safer in some areas. Be aware of your own actions, and those of other riders and road users around you.
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Cycling in New Zealand is one of the most enjoyable ways to explore more of this part of Oceania. So you can find your perfect New Zealand bike ride, we’ve reviewed our full collection of cycling routes in the region to deliver the top 20.
On 19 August 2021, Cycling New Zealand together with High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ), announced there would be an independent inquiry (Inquiry) following the tragic death of cyclist Olivia Podmore on 9 August 2021.
All New Zealand riders must have a current 2022 Cycling New Zealand Adult (or Youth for U15, U17 and U19 categories) licence and be a paid member of an affiliated Cycling New Zealand Road and Track Club. More on how to get a Cycling New Zealand Licence here. All New Zealand riders are required to represent their Cycling New Zealand Road and Track Club.
The New Zealand track team has taken a small but significant first step towards the 2024 Paris Olympics with a competitive campaign at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in France.
As a young dancer, Olivia Ray always knew her muscular frame didn't fit the image of "the prima ballerina", but she found her strong legs were better suited to cycling. Photo: Rally Cycling. Sarah Cowley Ross is a NZ Olympian and Commonwealth Games representative in the heptathlon and high jump, a sports commentator and LockerRoom columnist.