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World Bicycle Day is an annual observance that celebrates the benefits of riding bicycles for transportation, recreation, and fitness. The United Nations established World Bicycle Day in 2018 to promote cycling as a sustainable and affordable form of transportation that benefits the environment, public health, and local economies. This observance encourages people worldwide to use bicycles as a mode of transportation, exercise and leisure.
In 2018, the government announced an investment of NZD 390 million to improve cycling infrastructure to make cycling safer and more convenient across the country. New Zealand also has a robust cycling culture, and thousands of people participate in events like the Otago Rail Trail, the Hauraki Rail Trail, and the Tour Aotearoa each year. World Bicycle Day is an excellent opportunity for New Zealanders to celebrate their love for cycling, promote cycling education and safety, and enjoy riding on the country's scenic trails.
World Bicycle Day in New Zealand is a time for people of all ages to discover the joys and benefits of cycling. Many communities organize events, such as group rides, workshops, and cycling classes. Schools and workplaces encourage employees and students to cycle to their destination, organizing cycling challenges and providing biking facilities. World Bicycle Day is observed on June 3rd annually.
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World Bicycle Day references and related sitesUN: World Bicycle Day www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au: Health Benefits of Cycling