With this week's announcement of another $7 million for new Otago cycleways, the Government has again secured the yellow jersey in the race to improve the country's cycling facilities. But, where in the peloton is the Dunedin City Council placed, how hard is it pedalling and do cyclists think it's on the right track?
More than 500 entries have been received for the 2010 New World Tour de Wakatipu on Easter Saturday.
Labour MP Trevor Mallard says he is "embarrassed" about the cycling injury that has landed him in Dunedin Hospital.
A controversial report concluding cycle helmet legislation actually increases deaths overall has been rubbished by experts.
The flood of submissions on the proposal to install separate cycle lanes on part of State Highway 1 through central Dunedin, a large number of which are in favour of the plans, underlines strong feelings on cycling in the city.
The Alps to Ocean cycle trail, a 312km journey from Mt Cook to Oamaru, became a reality this week when the Government confirmed funding of $2.75 million. David Bruce finds out where it all began.
New cycle lanes in the middle of State Highway 1 through central Dunedin are "incredibly dangerous", the Automobile Association says.
Green road markings which have appeared on Dunedin's state highway network are not a ploy to raise the profile of colour-changing rugby jerseys - they are there to raise awareness about cycleways.
The vast majority of the 2000 submissions on Dunedin's State Highway 1 separated cycle-lane proposal favour a one-direction lane on both one-way streets.
Signs urging cars and cyclists to share the road on Otago Peninsula recognise the changing face of local road use, Dunedin City Council senior transportation planner Bruce Conaghan says.
The Wakatipu Trails Trust raised almost $200,000 in Queenstown on Thursday night - half of which came from Sir Eion and Lady Jan Edgar - in the inaugural New World Wakatipu Trail Blazer event.
Consultation has begun on a proposed network of cycle routes in Dunedin, which will eventually connect key destinations across the city.
Alison Shanks and her team-mates are contributing to a golden era in track cycling. New Zealand completed its most successful world championships campaign in Melbourne on Sunday night, raising the prospect of multiple medals in the London Olympics. Sports editor Hayden Meikle talks to a key player behind the team's success.
Cyclists' ''ignorance and arrogance'' has prompted Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams to call for cycles to be registered.
When a group of cycle-weary school pupils arrived at the Forks Hut, in a peaceful valley on vast Otematata Station, there were few modern conveniences to greet them. Forget PlayStations and...
A University of Otago academic is looking to an American city with 500km of cycleways as a model for transport planning in New Zealand.
What might Dunedin's cycle network be like in 10 years' time? Hank Weiss, the Dunedin educational director of cycling advocacy group Spokes, looks ahead and imagines what an article in 2021 might say.
Perfect autumn weather greeted cyclists at the annual Greenall Memorial Race on Saturday, with Sequoia Cooper capitalising on the conditions and fast bunches to take the win.