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Tauranga City Council

TCC led the way in helping their people buy e-bikes through a purchase support scheme.


The bike, not the car, is king at TradeMe's Wellington office.

Peoples Coffee & Nocar Cargo

Nocar Cargo uses pedal power for local deliveries (including Peoples Coffee) in the Wellington area.

Wilderness Motorhomes

The Aotearoa Bike Challenge was the catalyst for Wilderness Motorhomes to encourage all their people onto bikes.

Wellington City Council

Wellington City Council introduced a fleet of bikes to motivate its people for daily trips.


Trustpower in Tauranga worked with their staff to achieve a dramatic increase in commuting by bike.

Toi Tangata

Toi Tangata used the Aotearoa Bike Challenge to encourage its staff to give getting about by bike a go.


Mercury took its e-bike promotion in-house to enable their staff to use bikes for local business travel.

Sustainable Business Network

The SBN team tested the practicality of using bikes compared to cars in central Auckland.