Sharing the road

Sharing the road

After our chat with George, we got to thinking.. how do we change the prevailing attitudes surrounding cyclists? Turns out we are not the only ones thinking about this and there has been much research conducted on the subject. The New Zealand Transport agency...
Wonderful Wednesday with the Wednesday Wheelies!

Wonderful Wednesday with the Wednesday Wheelies!

At The Safer Cycling Foundation, we firmly believe cycling is important for a variety of reasons; environmental, physical health and mental well-being crop up frequently. We have found a group that not only demonstrates the truth of this, but also took the time to...
Safety and intersections

Safety and intersections

Intersections are among the most dangerous places on the New Zealand road network. A report published in 2013 stated that in the previous 5 years in urban areas 46% of deaths and serious injuries happened at intersections. On rural roads, with speed limits of 80km/h...
Safer Cycling Tells Their Side of the Story

Safer Cycling Tells Their Side of the Story

Here at Safer Cycling we tend to hear a lot about how the cyclists are at fault. How the cyclists don’t obey the road rules. How the cyclists don’t deserve to be on the roads. We are aware there are two sides to every argument and that cyclists are not perfect but we...