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There is always a lot going on at iWay. Check out the latest news below.

Shining a light on cycle safety

17th May 2019 in News

Cyclists in Hastings may have seen some pop-ups around the city this month, as the Be Safe Be Seen cycling campaign heads into its third week. Run by iWay over the month of May, the pop-ups are being held...

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Be Safe Be Seen this winter

29th April 2019 in News

Reflective clothing and bright lights are the best way to ensure others see you if you’re out and about on a bike in the early hours of the morning or at night at this time of year.Hawke’s Bay businesses are once again supporting the annual Be Safe Be Seen campaign run by iWay over the month of May.

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Funding boost for Hawke’s Bay Trails

26th April 2019 in News

The Hawke’s Bay Trails cycling and walking network received a significant funding boost today. Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis today announced in Hawke’s Bay $1.3 million dollars in government funding to create an extra 34.5 kilometres of trails around Napier and Hastings.

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Automatic 80s to headline Big Easy concert

10th April 2019 in News

Photo credit: Hawke’s Bay Tourism The sound of 80s songs are set to fill Black Barn Vineyards’ amphitheatre when Kiwi group Automatic 80s headline the ‘The Big Easy’ concert on Saturday 20 April...

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The Big Easy returns to the Hawke’s Bay trails this Easter

9th April 2019 in News

Photo credit: Hawke’s Bay Tourism Keen cyclists will descend on the Hawke’s Bay Trails again this Easter when The Big Easy returns for its seventh year, along with its cruisy counterpart, The Little...

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Remember to “share with care”

16th January 2019 in News

Walking, cycling, scootering – whatever way you choose to get around on Hawke’s Bay’s pathways, remember there are other users to. Summer is a great time to be out on Hawke’s Bay’s...

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Clive School students rewarded for Moving It

14th December 2018 in News

  Photo: Clive School students Toby Gregory and Leighton Waitaki-Makea collect their school prize, joined on stage by school principal Brian Eales and Sport Hawke’s Bay community cycling and walking...

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Retailers welcome return of Ahuriri Street Festival

7th November 2018 in News

Free bike services, live music and a scavenger hunt are part of the second annual Ahuriri Street Fest between 10am and 3pm on Sunday 25 November. The Ahuriri Business Association was so pleased with the...

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Workshops teach cycle safety on the roads

5th November 2018 in News

About 60 students from Flaxmere College got the chance to hop in the bus driver’s seat recently for a first-hand view of how to stay safe on their bikes when cycling around town. The school was one of two...

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Bike safety; get into gear

1st May 2018 in News

It is Be Safe Be Seen time again; the annual campaign to encourage safe cycling, walking and running as the nights draw in, with free safety stuff being given out at pop-ups across Hastings and Napier. There...

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The Big Easy

27th March 2018 in News

The Magnificent Seven Record numbers gear up for The Big Easy It’s almost time to gear up, kit out and hit the superb Hawke’s Bay trails for the sixth annual Big Easy. Easter Saturday 31 March will...

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Big Biking Breakfast A Success

8th March 2018 in News

Thirty-plus kilos of bacon, 10 kilos of sausages, muesli bars, fruit, coffee and more have all been ordered for Wednesday’s Go by Bike Breakfast, the largest mass cycling gathering of the year in Hastings.More than 250 primary school aged children are confirmed to cycle into the city accompanied by their teachers, parents and Hastings District councillors. Adding to the numbers would be the adults who are all invited to cycle in for breakfast on their way to work.

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