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Christchurch Climate Change Sampler Bike ride

25/10/2018 at 4:00 pm - 6:40 pm

This bicycle ride takes a look at some of the real things already being done in Christchurch to address climate change. When I first envisioned this ride, I was very worried there would be nothing to actually see and touch. But what I found is that there is too much to see in one ride, so now the ride is a sampler – guided by experts, we look at architecture, transport and environment – we look at climate change being addressed by businesses, government and citizens, right here in Christchurch. An expert describes how what we see at each stop is helping mitigate climate change today. The ride ends up at the Pegasus Arms where we have a chance to talk further with our experts and each other, over beer.

Distance: 10km
Start: 53 Hereford St
Date: Thursday 25 October, 4pm
Terrain: bike lanes, cycle ways and roads
1 hour of cycling, 1 hr 30 minutes of talking
Total 2hr 30 minutes
Registering: no cost, please register on this Facebook events page
Cancellation policy: watch the Facebook events page for latest status

4:00PM Meet Christchurch City Council, 53 Hereford Street entrance
4:10 sharp: depart
Ride along new Antigua street bike ways – Glen Koorey
4:45 Ernlie Clark Reserve – Alice Shanks and John Hunt
5:40 PM EV City Electric car dealership – Dave Boot and Mark Nixon
6:00 Ara to see the Kahukura (Engineering and Architectural Studies) building and also the Yoogo car sharing station. – Dr Mazhar Syed
6:40 arrive Pegasus Arms to meet up with fellow cyclists at Biketober’s last Bike, Beer and Banter.

Our experts will be summarising the impact of climate change of each feature as we go:

Dr Glen Koorey, transport engineer at Viastrada and local cycle ways expert, explain present and future Christchurch cycleways
Alice Shanks and John Hunt, ecologists explaining the role of replanting native bush
Mark Nixon, EV NZ champion of the year, and Dave Boot, owner of local electric car business EV City , and the role of electric vehicles
Dr Mazhar Syed, academic staff member at Ara architecture school, will highlight Ara’s innovative sustainability architecture


EV City:
Bikes, beer, banter:
Ernlie Park:
Mark Nixon:
Mazhar Sayed:


4:00 pm - 6:40 pm
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Christchurch City Council – Hereford St
53 Hereford St
Christchurch, New Zealand
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