Seeking to mirror Queenstown's successful annual start-of-season ski sale, the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club will this month hold its inaugural Buy, Sell and Shred sale day and downhill race.
A four-day cycling tour - the first to take in the new and "fantastically beautiful" Paradise Trail between Queenstown and Glenorchy - could be on the cards thanks to the vision of a local couple.
Phase one of the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club's proposed cross-country trail link development is to run alongside some of Queenstown's "gold-mining heritage", a move which has excited the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.
Slogging up a Dunedin hill on a trusty bicycle, many a cyclist must wish for an instant burst of power.
Local retailers recognising the worth of mountainbiking to the district will be offering discount deals to club members this coming season.
A "cycle hub" accreditation programme to help holiday parks attract international and New Zealand cyclists has been launched by the Holiday Accommodation Parks Association New Zealand.
A Dunedin survey has found a sharp increase in cycling numbers, as consultation winds up on a proposed multimillion-dollar strategy for cycle routes in the city.
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.
Consultation has begun on a proposed network of cycle routes in Dunedin, which will eventually connect key destinations across the city.
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.
Crabs, molluscs and invertebrates will soon be forced to give way to cyclists in a sheltered bay at Vauxhall on Otago Peninsula.
Labour MP Trevor Mallard says he is "embarrassed" about the cycling injury that has landed him in Dunedin Hospital.
Heading up into the hills above Palmerston and enjoying one of Otago's longest downhills on the way home. The "Tuffnuts" option includes a trip to Otago's El Dorado, Macraes.
Following on from the nationwide Bike Wise Challenge this month, the Queenstown Lakes District Council is expected to announce its "Right Way" alternative transport initiative this week.
"Kiwi birds don't fly - they cycle, for 20 months, alone, on a cheap mountain bike, through dangerous countries just to get back home ... from London."
Former world road racing champion Igor Astarloa has received a two-year doping ban from the Spanish cycling federation.
A new campaign to make cyclists more visible could lead to the Waitaki District Council being asked for what may be a New Zealand-first bylaw, making it compulsory.
The Dunedin City Council today faces a decision on yet another multimillion-dollar project, at the same time as it grapples with ways to curtail mounting spending and debt.
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...
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.