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More People on Bikes More Often

As cycling is of the more popular recreational activities in the country, increasing this in the Harbour region is an important goal for Harbour Sport.

Harbour Sport supports a range of activities in the community, from the ‘Cycle Skills Training’ programme for young people in schools to Bikes in School Teachers training, along with advocating for cycling infrastructure, Harbour Sport is leading the charge.  We work closely with Auckland Transport offering local activities to educate our community in how cycling for fun is great exercise.

Cycle Skills Training

Harbour Sport’s “Cycle Skills Training’ programme is delivered in line with the New Zealand Transport Agency, BikeReady guidelines and is provided by a team of qualified cycle skills instructors from Harbour Sport.

The programme is delivered in schools and includes practical courses at different levels for years 5 and 6 (Grade 1) and students of year 7 and 8 (Grade 2).

Ali Levitt – Assistant Principal at Belmont Primary speaking on the benefits of Cycle Skills Training.

Come Work With Us

Harbour Sport is proud to be able to count on highly qualified Instructors who are:

  • BikeReady trained
  • Nationally Qualified Assessors for new instructors
  • Te Mahi Ako Qualified Grade 1
  • Te Mahi Ako Qualified Grade 2

We provide quality training, following the National BikeReady Programme with our staff upskilled in BikeReady Delivery and holding Te Mahi Ako Qualifications for Cycle Instructing and Training and Assessing cycle instructors.

If you want to be part of our cycling team and become a Cycle Skills Instructor, please contact Tayla.

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Recreational Cycling

Information for people wanting to get on their bike and explore.

Route maps, Cycle Safety, Countrywide Cycling and more.

Read about our work in schools

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 For further information about Harbour Sports’ cycle project – Please contact:

Kelly Cameron 
Community Bike Lead and Korikori-Rangatahi Recreation Advisor

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