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Walking and cycling keeps kids fit and healthy, can save parents money, increase confidence and is good on the environment.

Through our partnership with Sport Hawke’s Bay and Cycling New Zealand, we deliver a high calibre Cycle Skills Training programme for Year 5-8 students.  Haumoana School iWay Mascot Medium

The Cycle Skills Training programme follows the NZTA Grade 1 and Grade 2 guidelines. 

Grade 1 is delivered off-road and covers correct helmet fitting; basic bicycle checks; and all basic cycling skills including: controlled braking, cornering, balance and control.

Grade 2, delivered both off-road and on-road, covers the road code and how to ride through intersections and roundabouts. As part of this, students are required to complete two group rides on the road. 

If your school is interested in finding out more about the Cycle Skills Programmes or making a booking, please complete the contact form at the bottom of the page.

The iWay walking and cycling network, mostly flat roads and great weather makes our community a great place to walk and ride. We have produced the following school travel plans and suggested routes to school brochures to encourage adults and students to consider walking, scooting, skating and cycling to school.


Cycling requires a certain amount of skill. If you’re not experienced at riding in traffic, take the time to build your confidence on quieter roads. The best route to ride is often different from the route you’d drive.Picture1

Practice your skills and plan your route to make use of cycleways or streets with less traffic and lower speeds. If possible, find an experienced cycling friend or colleague to ride with. 

Sport Hawke’s Bay in conjunction with Cycling New Zealand offer Adult Cycle Skills and Bike with Us programmes.

If you are interested in finding out more about Adult Cycle Skills, Bike with Us Programme or to make a booking please complete the contact form below. 


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