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Be Cycle Savvy || Free cycle skills courses for workplaces

Monday, March 11, 2019

Grab your workmates and register for a free cycle skills course with Sport Bay of Plenty.

  • Is your workplace keen to encourage more staff to commute by bike, or cycle between work meetings?
  • Have you purchased e-bikes for your workplace, but want to make sure your staff will have the skills to use them safely?
  • Do you have staff that are keen to cycle, but are nervous about getting back on a bike?

To encourage more workplaces to get active, Sport Bay of Plenty is running free Be Cycle Savvy courses. A Be Cycle Savvy course is a great way to learn how to safely commute by bike, and for workplaces it's a great way to encourage staff wellbeing through physical activity.

Course information

Learn how to conduct a basic bike and helmet safety check; practice basic road handling skills and discover how to safely navigate intersections.

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  • Includes three practical lunch time sessions: 1 x 2 hour session and 2 x 1.5 hour sessions starting at 12:30pm
  • Maximum 12 participants per course (may include a mix of workplaces)
  • Course location: 406 Devonport Rd, Tauranga
  • Participants must know how to ride a bike
  • Participants need to bring their own bike and helmet (in good working order)
  • Registration required. Please complete the below registration form.

Course dates

  • Every Thursday 21st March; 28 March and 4 April
  • Every Friday 22nd March; 29 March and 5 April
  • Thursday 30th May; 6 June and 13 June
  • Friday 31st May; 7 June and 14 June
  • Thursday 20th June; 27 June and 4 July
  • Friday 21st June; 28 June and 5 July

Cycle Savvy registration

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Please note: all people registered must able to ride a bike, and bring their own bike and helmet

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Questions? Please contact Sport Bay of Plenty's cycling coordinator Andrew Thorpe at

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