An exciting way to stay active during the Covid-19 lockdown, explore Auckland and win prizes has arrived in the form of the Street Art Bike Challenge.
To participate people simple need to snap a photo of themselves, their bike, a piece of street art, and share the photo with the hashtag #streetartbikechallenge.
The event will run throughout October and aims to encourage people to cycle around the city and stay active throughout the Covid-19 lockdown.
It is being hosted by EcoMatters Bike Hubs, who have compiled a map of over 200 street art pieces around Auckland to get people started.
Over $1000 worth in prizes are up for grabs. Will you be participating in the Street Art Bike Challenge?
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My husband will be in plaster until Mid January. Does anyone have a Shower Seat to sell.
Notice to the Kohimarama community: Council officers have conducted a comprehensive health & safety assessment of the unauthorised bike track at Madills Farm Recreation Reserve, the results clearly show unacceptable levels of risk for both users of the track and visitors to the reserve, as a result the track needs to be removed. Whilst we understand that the track has been a great respite for children and parents during lockdown, we cannot overlook the health & safety assessment, damage to the reserve or concerning levels of antisocial behaviour at the site. In the new year we will work with the community on how to increase/improve bike activity opportunities. We request that Madills Farm is now left to regrow and recover. Any materials at the track site which owners want to pick-up, should be removed before Monday 6 December.
TOO late... trust is at question here ! And what about everybody else? Don't they deserve the same lower rate offer? Or maybe they don't! Just asking?