Is bike parking just a bit of infrastructure, or is it a strong social message about how we use places and spaces, and the choices we support?
What do the Village People have to do with Bikes Welcome? New Zealand is a collection of villages. Sometimes we are good at looking beyond the boundaries of our village, and sometimes we aren’t. When it comes to biking, most of the challenges we face on a daily basis are local, so we look for local solutions. Bikes Welcome will be a local solution. To get Bikes Welcome up and running we need to share the costs among our villages, hence the Pledge Me campaign.
What would happen if you got a number of businesses together and helped them become bike friendly? Find out about the benefits of bike friendly business districts.
If your bike is your favourite transport option, then take a moment to celebrate all that biking goodness!
What do goldfish, fingernails and lightning have to do with the business benefits of bikes?
Identify yourself! Visibility is about so much more than hi-vis vests and lights….
Is bike parking the ‘canary in the mine’ when it comes to gauging how our local authorities view bike use: whether they see cycling as sport and recreation or a transport mode for everyday activities? Are we missing an opportunity to change behaviour and realise the benefits?
What do bike parking and burgers have in common? In this context, it is marketing: what can we learn from big brands such as McDonalds when it comes to ‘selling’ everyday bike use? And how does bike parking help businesses and the uptake of bike use?