Welcome to Kiwivelo


 Cycling Road Code

It is compulsory for you to:
  • Wear an approved safety standard bike helmet
  • Keep as far left as practical
  • Ride no more than two abreast
  • Ride in single file when passing other vehicles (including parked vehicles) or impeding traffic behind you
  • Use hand signals to indicate your intentions
  • Obey all road rules

It is compulsory for your bike to have:

  • Rear facing red light that is visible from a distance of 100 metres.
  • Good brakes on the front and back wheels.

When cycling at night or when visibility is poor, cycles must have the following:

  • One or more steady or flashing rear-facing lights that can be seen at night from a distance of 100 metres.
  • One or two white or yellow headlights that can be seen at night from a distance of 100 metres. Only one of the headlights may flash.

Be aware of:

  • Cars pulling out of driveways or parking spaces
  • Hazards like parked cars, potholes, glass, litter and strong wind
  • Opening car doors
  • Other riders around you

Download the NZTA Factsheet – Cycles: Road rules and equipment 


Bunch Rides


Every Wednesday (except in bad weather!). The bunch ride is avalible for all levels of riding ability with three groups on the Wednesday morning.

All rides do exactly the same course, the exception being that the 6:03am group does an extra lap of Lake Pupuke for an extra 5km. Once the groups have covered the lake, both bunches head into Devonport and up North Head. Each bunch re-groups at the summit and then heads along the waterfront and does a lap of Stanley Point followed by Bayswater. Both groups finish at the same time in Takapuna with a well deserved coffee at JAM on Hurstmere road.

5.50am ride: This is the Slower ride, averaging 27-28km/h (no Northhead) for 30km's

6am ride: This is the medium ride, averaging 30-32km/h for 30km's.

6:03am ride: This is the fast ride! Averaging 33-34km/h for 35km with a sprint or two along the way,

Bunch rides will continue over the Christmas/New Year break but may merge into one group depending on numbers.



Kiwivelo proudly sponsors Junior Cycling

Our babies! The Pukekohe Cycle Challenge (how cools that! A race on the car racing track!) and The North Harbour Tour!

Because of our passion for cycling and helping out young riders we sponsor the Pukekohe Cycle Challenge and the North Harbour Tour. Targeting High School and Intermediate kids, its great to see so many kids out there on bikes loving the sport we love too!



Roadcraft K2 Cycle Challenge

The RoadCraft K2 is the toughest one day cycle challenge in the Southern Hemisphere. It is also one of the most scenic and varied with the route traveling through sub tropical forest, pacific coastlines, rural farmland and the Puhutakawa coastline of the Hauraki Gulf.

Now Kiwivelo has jumped on board the K2 band wagon and has become a sponsor of the prestigious event!
Keep you diary open for October 31st and head to the beautiful Coromandel to do your lap of the Peninsula.
Pick up an entry form in Store or enter online at the K2 website !