Phil Shoemack interviewed at the Cycling Advocates Network – CAN Do event.
Cycling Advocates Network’s CAN Do event was held on the 13-14 of April in Auckland. The event was a great chance for cycling enthusiasts to network, discover today’s most effective tools for change, listen to panel discussion and be involved in workshops designed to inspire and inform.
CAN is New Zealand’s national network of cycling advocates. We work with government, local authorities and the community on behalf of cyclists, for a better cycling environment.
CAN aims to:
Promote the benefits of cycling
Improve safety for cyclists.
Encourage the creation of a good cycling environment.
Promote cycle tourism.
Advocate for integrated cycle planning.
Increase the number of cyclists on our roads
The Cycling Advocates’ Network (CAN) was formed in 1997 as New Zealand’s national network of cycling advocate groups. It is a voice for everyday cyclists – recreational, commuter and touring. CAN works with government, local authorities and the community on behalf of cyclists, for a better cycling environment.
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