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Cycling and mountain biking contacts

This page has contact details for both national and local cycling interest groups. If you have comments or need information about cycling in Dunedin contact us.

Local cycling advocacy

If you want to know more about local and national cycling issues you may find some of these groups interesting.


This is Dunedin's cycling advocacy group. For more information about what they do or to join their email group, contact The Coordinator.

Harbour Cycle Network

HCN is a community group advocating for cycling and walking facilities to be extended around the harbour, particularly between Ravensbourne and Port Chalmers along State Highway 88.

For more information or to join:

The Cycle Advocates' Network

CAN is the national cycling advocacy group. For information what they do, or to get involved, contact:

Cycling events and groups

For information about different cycling groups and events in Dunedin, these groups will be able to give you information.

AOK Social Riders

This group organises social bike rides around Dunedin every Saturday for people at all levels of riding. You can check for details on the meeting place for each week's rides in the sports notices of the Thursday edition of the Otago Daily Times. You can also contact:

Mountain Biking Otago

MBO organise a range of events as well as continually working on new and improved mountain bike tracks in Dunedin.

For more information on their activities or to become a member contact:

Cycling Otago

Cycling Otago is Dunedin’s local cycling club. They run track racing on Tuesday nights, road races on weekends, and several social training rides during the week. For more information on Cycling Otago contact:

The Dunedin Tunnels Trail Trust

The Dunedin Tunnels Trail Trust is a charitable trust established in 2009 with the aim of promoting and developing a safe, family-friendly cycle and walking trail from the centre of Dunedin through to the Taieri Plains via the two old rail tunnels at Caversham and Chain Hills. The website primarily details some of the history of the old Caversham Tunnel including photos and location.

Otago Central Rail Trail

The first section of the Otago Central Rail Trail through Middlemarch and Hyde, is located within Dunedin City Council. For more information on the Otago Central Rail Trail contact:

Gear for hire

Several Dunedin bike shops and information centres, backpackers and camping grounds hire bicycles. For details contact the I-SITE Visitor Centre

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