Aotearoa Bike Challenge returns in February
Thursday, December 20, 2018
The Aotearoa Bike Challenge is back in February 2019, and Sport Bay of Plenty is once again encouraging workplaces to sign up.
The month long challenge is open to all organisations, including businesses and clubs, and aims to get more people riding in a fun and free team competition. Last year’s challenge saw more than 14,000 people take part across the country, with 122 organisations from the Bay of Plenty involved.
A new points-based system in 2019 means participants need only cycle for 10 minutes or more to go in the draw for some great prizes, including an e-bike conversion kits and cycling gear.
To find out more and take part in the 2019 Aotearoa Bike Challenge head to lovetoride.net/bop.
About the Aotearoa Bike Challenge
The national Aotearoa Bike Challenge is administered by the NZ Transport Agency and Love to Ride.
The Bay of Plenty challenge is proudly supported by Sport Bay of Plenty in partnership with Tauranga City Council, Rotorua Lakes Council and Whakatāne District Council.
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