Who we are

Bike Te Atatū is a group of volunteers trying to make Te Atatū a better place for walking and cycling. We do this by running some events (gentle rides, bike fix ups, get-togethers) and by getting involved with Auckland Transport and Auckland Council consultations.

Get involved

A community group is only as strong as the people in it. We are always on the lookout for other people to get involved with running things: organising events; liaising with local schools; filling in feedback for Auckland Transport; helping with the admin of the Facebook group… amongst other things. If you are keen to get more involved, send us an email or fill in our contact form.

We are part of a network of Bike Burb groups, loosely collected under the umbrella of Bike Auckland. Bike Auckland is the Auckland-wide organisation that is a voice for cyclists. They are mainly volunteers but some activity is funded by membership donations. Consider becoming a member if you can!


This (fictional) short film was made in 2014. It’s set sometime in the future, after Te Atatū was chosen in 2015 for a program of traffic calming and other interventions.

  • Sound – Craig O’Reilly
  • Camera – Laura Gamble
  • Music – James Risbey
  • Director – Jemma Nissen

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A @biketeatatu member's daughter lost a smaller version of this taonga this morning maybe on the NW or somewhere between the rainbow path and the zoo... pls keep an eye out. @BikeAKL

🚨🚲 Pitstop alert! 🚲🚨

A bike mechanic will be waiting for you at the Te Atatu underpass along the North Western cycleway this afternoon… with free ice blocks! 4pm - 7pm.


Ride with pride in our fabulous shirts 👚 ‘Rainbow ahead, keep left!’ 🌈🌈⚡️


Attn! re new crossing on Te Atatū Rd: Some bike detours will be in place over the next few weeks.
East side (SB) to 12 Mar. There'll be a coned-off lane to replace painted lane.
West side (NB) 15 Mar-2 April. A signposted detour - shown below - crossing north of the roundabout...

The notorious Henderson creek path cracks have made it into the paper.

Good to hear this is going to be sorted out by the end of June.

@biketeatatu @BikeHenderson https://twitter.com/WesternLeader/status/1357758773884952576

Western Leader@WesternLeader

Auckland Council sprays cracked cycle path with yellow paint: 'Job complete' http://dlvr.it/Rs5Z75

There’s a coffee pit stop tomorrow morning (Weds) on the NW at Unitec. 6.30-9.30am. See you there? ☕️☕️☕️🚲🚲🚲

Feedback needed on Henderson Cycle Network before Sun 31st Jan! We've made a submission on behalf of the group but the more voices the better. Should only take 5 mins. This page has links to the plans and to the feedback form. 👍🚲🚲🚲🚲🚲https://biketeatatu.org.nz/feedback/henderson-cycle-network/

@BikeAKL @carolgreen @biketeatatu @BikeHenderson @AklTransport @AklCouncil Credit goes to the local family who spent over an hour on hold to report it to @AklCouncil to finally be told it's critical and a contractor would be there in an hour.

At 9 they were still out there warning riders.....

HENDERSON CREEK COMUTER ALERT: Tree down midway along the Quiet Street hill. Extreme caution if you are riding down hill (i.e. to Henderson). You will need to detour via Quiet Street/Amberley/Vodanovich & Blethlyn Place.

@biketeatatu @BikeHenderson @BikeAKL

So, we lost BikeBarn out West, but it looks like we gained a T Whites in New Lynn.... Anyone been in to visit yet? @biketeatatu @BikeHenderson @samfinnz @jessicarose_LTF

A successful #Biketober pop-up yesterday! Good to meet more locals and release more spokey dokeys into the wild. 🚲🚲🚲 #BikeAKL


On now! Bike pop-up at Te Atatū Peninsula Library verandah. Here till 1, come say kia ora! #BikeAKL #Biketober

Only 2 more sleeps till the Bike Te Atatū pop up hub (SATURDAY!) Come and say hello! We'll do some simple bike fixes, collect donated bikes for @ecomattersnz, help you pimp your bike, swap a groovy decal for a gold coin and give away maps and other bits from @AklTransport.


AT have still not taken action after the death of a person on their bike at a notoriously dangerous location on Te Atatū Road in 2017. Carol Green has spent hours urging AT to act, and she shares her disappointment about this experience in a timeline: https://www.bikeauckland.org.nz/three-long-years-doing-right-by-john-bonner/

Bike Rave: it’s baaaack!

Join us for a special sparkly spooky once-in-a-blue-moon Halloween edition of our party parade on wheels to cap off Biketober 2020. 🎉🚲🎃👻✨🌝🌳🔊🎶💕

Lights, music, action - ready to roll? RSVP, ASAP! Tickets & details here: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/bike-rave-auckland-tickets-125816379177


*Zero* children have been killed by cars on the streets of #Oslo, capital of #Norway, since 1999. There were no pedestrian/cyclist fatalities, of any age, last year. This is true #visionzero. cc: @TheWarOnCars @Naparstek
More on how they got there: https://buff.ly/3iV7ot8

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