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4 days ago

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Get active with the Hibiscus Coast Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon!
Open to Kiwi kids aged 7-15 years the Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon is a fun and rewarding day out for everyone. Kids of all sporting abilities swim, cycle, and run their way around age appropriate courses, either as an individual or as part of a team of two.

To enter your TRYathlete or for more information go to buff.ly/2QWUUDk. There are limited spaces at events and many of them sell out early so get in quick!

Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon New Zealand
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5 days ago

Harbour Sport

Start the new year right and improve your health inside and out with our partner Lifestream.

Lifestream will be present on the day at the Northcote Chinese and Korean New Year and will be giving away some awesome prizes.

Check out their website to see their products and where you can find them www.lifestream.co.nz/
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Recreational Cycling and Research

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    Cycle Safety

    Safer Journeys for people who cycle – Check out this data on cycling on the roads in the UK.

      Research

      Orewa College Cycle Survey

      Harbour Sport just wanted to let you know that we have finished a six month post cycle skills delivery survey of all year 7’s who completed the Harbour Sport Grade 2 cycle skills training at Orewa College in March 2015. There were 201 students who participated in the two day training.The aim of the survey was to find out what impact the cycle skills training has had on the students after a 6 month period in regards to their riding frequency. One of the key findings was that 55% of those surveyed say they cycle more since completing the training.

      Harbour Sport thanks Auckland Transport and Cycling New Zealand for partnering this community delivery.

      Survey Stats for Orewa

      Teen Female Cycle Survey

      Harbour Sport has surveyed 453 female students at Takapuna Grammar School regarding cycling participation, barriers and solutions to increasing cycling in females. These results will assist the project team developing strategies to implement to get girls on the bikes

      survey results

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