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Cycle love-in at Silo Markets

Friday 12 Feb – Cycle love-in at Silo Markets

Summer nights can’t get much better than a Friday drink, hanging out with your favourite cycling enthusiasts and a screening of the still magnificent ET. Frocks on Bikes, Bike Auckland and Blend Store are colliding to create a cycle-love-in full of giveaways, bike related wares and lots of info to shape your year of cycling.

Bike on down to the Silo Markets and be in to win 2 tickets worth $150 to see American rockabilly legend JD McPherson playing at the Tuning Fork and a Glory Days subscription! Thanks Glory Days – you little ripper.

Auckland Bike Challenge has started!
Grab some workmates and get onto Love to Ride this week to win some splendorous prizes including an Avanti Inc (their new commuter bike), a Nutcase helmet, Bird on a Wire vouchers, Little Bird tarts, a stylie bike rack for your workplace.

Just register on (there's a nifty app to download too), bike anywhere for at least 10mins during Feb 1-Feb 29, record the ride and tell your co-workers and friends about he ride, then let the prizes roll in.


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