Family Bike Day

Zoe Hastings (4), of Sawyers Bay, decorates the spokes of her bike at the Family Bike Day. PHOTOS...
Zoe Hastings (4), of Sawyers Bay, decorates the spokes of her bike at the Family Bike Day. PHOTOS: SHAWN MCAVINUE
Camille Mirosa (6), of Woodhaugh, rides her bike in St Kilda on Sunday.
Camille Mirosa (6), of Woodhaugh, rides her bike in St Kilda on Sunday.
Madeline Read (5), of Tainui, rides her bike at Marlow Park in St Kilda on Sunday.
Madeline Read (5), of Tainui, rides her bike at Marlow Park in St Kilda on Sunday.
Jessica Barker (6), of Mosgiel, rides her bike at the Family Bike Day.
Jessica Barker (6), of Mosgiel, rides her bike at the Family Bike Day.

The Family Bike Day — hosted by Connecting Dunedin and Plunket —  aimed to encourage safe and active travel around Dunedin and featured activities including cycle skills coaching, free bike servicing and bike decorating.

Reporter Shawn McAvinue was at Marlow Park in St Kilda on Sunday to catch the action.

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