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Find out how you can keep yourself and others on the road safe, learn new skills and more.
Keeping safe on your bike is easy, just follow this simple checklist before you set out and you'll be good to go.
Pathways where you can ride a bike are identified by 'Shared Pathway' signs and are throughout Wellington.
It doesn't matter if you're on a bike or behind the wheel, you've got to share the road - it's the Wellington Way!
Wellington's cycle lanes, shared pathways and bus lanes help make it safer to cycle around the city.
We're making busy intersections safer for people on bikes by installing advanced stop boxes around the city.
A sharrow road marking is a distinctive new marking on shared traffic lanes designed to improve cyclist safety.
There are a variety of courses available to improve your cycling skills and confidence on the road.
Bike Fix-It stands have been installed at two locations in Wellington so that you can repair your bike when emergency strikes.
Bike theft is becoming more prevalent – reduce your risk of theft by following these simple steps.