Check out this year’s exciting prizes available for 2021. To be in with a chance to win, make sure to ride in February’s Aotearoa Bike Challenge. There are also discounts and offers available. A big thank you to our sponsors for supporting getting more people on their bikes.
Log a ride during the week to be in the end of week draw
(Valued between $6 to $11 each)
Going waste free can start with replacing single use plastic, Kiwi Wraps are a fun sustainable alternative for cling film. We are a family whose youngest daughter, Emma, has Down Syndrome. For her whole life, our family has embraced an inclusive style for every activity we do. From surfing and tandem biking to zip lining across canyons, Emma always tries to do what everyone else does. This business gives us an opportunity to provide employment for Emma and her helpers, who also struggle to find their way in the world. The wraps are hand made from 100% cotton, infused with NZ beeswax, jojoba oil, tree resin and Manuka oil. We are giving away a selection of Small and Medium wraps which can be used to wrap sandwiches, snacks and fresh produce.
Kim M at Aurecon, Tauranga Diana R at Auckland District Health Board Alice H at Western Springs College/ Ngā Puna O Waiōrea Simon B at Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage Paula D at Waimea College Colin D at Hutt Valley District Health Board Rapa Y at Watercare Services Limited Lynette F at Christchurch City Council Rebecca E at Transpower - Wellington Karen F at WSP - Timaru Elisa B at Carterton District Council Jan T at Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga - Canterbury/West Coast Alex B at Giltrap Group Violet T at T&G Global - Hastings Valissa W at Wellington City Council Eric Y at Downer NZ Ltd- Auckland Dave B at Napier City Council Liz G at MercyAscot & Mercy Radiology Adele S at Department of Corrections - Tongariro Denis G from Dunedin Rachael M at Chapman Tripp Yafei Q at Mitton ElectroNet Andy J at Fullers360 Andrew L at ClearPoint Michael T at Auckland Hospital Campbell I at Cooney Lees Morgan Nikki H at Education Services - Rotorua office Brendan D at John Paul College Melissa S at Department of Conservation - Kirikiriroa/Hamilton Michael B at IAG New Zealand - CHRISTCHURCH Danielle B at Statistics New Zealand - Christchurch Nicole C at GHD - Tauranga Colin S at Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington Anita S at Auckland District Health Board Alex B at Lakes District Health Board Veronika I at Arthur D Riley Wellington Sarah C at Ministry for Primary Industries - Nelson Office Shastravir K at Downer NZ Ltd (NZ) - LNI Infrastructure Projects Tim N at Powerco - Tauranga Angela C at Office of the Auditor-General/Audit New Zealand Simon M at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Cody L at WSP - Auckland Pshem K at OSS Group Dom E at Downer NZ Ltd - Dunedin Office Tony R at University of Canterbury Christof S at Earthsong Eco-Neighbourhood Logan C at Mitton ElectroNet Tessa L at Dynamic Rehab Tony C at Napier Port Sam D at Mount Albert Grammar School Science Department Martijn V at Athfield Architects - Wellington Arno G at Emerge Aoteraroa Scotty W at Garage Project Brewery Simon S at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Chris B at SBS Bank Group Clare S at Habit Health - East Tamaki office Josephine M at Auckland Council Valda B at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Sarah M at WSP - Whakatane Ingrid P at Bay of Plenty regional council (Bay of Plenty) - Whakatane Office Tom F at Lysaght Consultants Jeremy S at University of Otago, Christchurch Tim E at Heaton Normal Intermediate Sarah R at Statistics New Zealand - Christchurch Sue E at Christchurch City Council Kylie M from Ashburton Mitch W at Western Bay of Plenty District Council Andrew A from West Harbour Kirk B at Department of Conservation - Otautahi/Christchurch Matt R at NZ Police - Christchurch Antoine F at Wyma Engineering (NZ) Ltd Kate M at Transpower CUWLP Joanna H at MBIE - Cashel St, Chch Kirstin E at New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - Wellington Rebekah H at Tonkin + Taylor Tauranga Mark P at The mSupply Foundation Tamara O at Ministry for Primary Industries - Nelson Office Julia W from Rotorua Chris D at Plant and Food Research (NZ) - Lincoln Greer S at Waimakariri District Council Paul G at Tait Communications Limited Keri S at Trustpower Robbie F at DETA Consulting - Christchurch Terri D at Permobil- Christchurch office Sandra T at Barker's Fruit Processors Ltd Rebecca R at Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Christchurch Michael P at Tonkin + Taylor/Geotechnics – Wellington Mark B at Queenstown Lakes District Council Nathan D at Blackpepper Ed B at Xero - Wellington Greg P at NZME Russell B at Auckland Council Alison K at NIWA - Christchurch Mervyn A from Auckland Gareth B at Base 2 Managed IT Carmen C at Crombie Lockwood (NZ) Limited Geoff S at Holmes Consulting - Auckland Gordon O at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Sadie B at Tauranga City Council Rosie K at RAPHS Gilly P at Zespri Joanne R at University of Canterbury Ben S at Environment Canterbury Jessica H at Saltworks Emma P at Christchurch City Council Deborah M at MidCentral District Health Board Michael O at Hamertons Lawyers Limited Sam M at Papamoa College Paul D at WSP - Queenstown and Alexandra Erica W at Downer NZ Ltd- Auckland Tim L at Christchurch City Council George H at GDeco Hamilton Office Jamie T at ChristchurchNZ Rob C at The University of Auckland Nick P at ESR Ben S at Statistics New Zealand - Christchurch Jonathan C at WSP - Christchurch Sue A at Manchester Street School Daniel B at Plant and Food Research (NZ) - Lincoln Andy M from Porirua Ella M from Hamilton Peter B at Plant & Food Research - Nelson Brad K at Fonterra Whareroa - Taranaki Richard H at AgResearch Lincoln Chan L from Auckland Anna S at Tawa School Gordon R at University of Otago Linda W at Tesla Consultants Sue L from Christchurch Lisbeth M at Southern Cross Gillies Hospital Yvette W at The University of Auckland Libby B at Fonterra Co-operative Group Darrel S at Taxlab Sue T at RAPHS Rod B at Red Stag Timber Hans W at Bay of Plenty District Health Board Lukas E at Beca Tauranga Samantha S at Independent Lens specialists Scott F at Tonkin + Taylor / Geotechnics - Christchurch Greg H at Allied Telesis Labs Lena S at Trimble Navigation NZ
Every point you get is another entry into the draw to win
(Valued at $40)
Stealth Bike Bags locally designs and manufactures a wide range of bags to enable you to carry all the gear needed for your adventure. Whether it’s a ride to work or a tour of New Zealand we have you sorted.
There are six Happy Sacks and four Stem Pouches up for grabs. The Happy Sack is a small saddle bag ideal for a tube and tools – suits pretty much any rider and bike. The Stem Pouch is a small handlebar bag designed to hold a drink bottle or other small items. As above should suit most riders and bikes.
Anya C at Nelson Marlborough DHB Claire F at Kaipara College Greg S at New Plymouth District Council Ben W John K Riaan S at Motion Design Ltd - Hamilton
Log a ride during the week to be in the end of week draw
(Valued at $67 each)
All of Ethique's products are plastic-free, cruelty-free, sustainable, vegan, and palm oil-free. Their solid bars and concentrates allow you to get more washes from less, saving on waste. They also smell great! We're giving away three gift packs, comprising of their 'Rustic' Solid Deodorant, 'Mintasy' Solid Shampoo and 'The Guardian' Solid Conditioner.
Wendy B at Marlborough District Council Jachin R at Tomra Fresh Food – Auckland Kylie M from Ashburton
Prepare to be inspired! The Big Bike Film Night is on a mission sharing the best cycling short films from around the world, and you could win a ticket to a screening when the film tour comes to your area. See the trailer here.
Lock this on your bike radar, riding around the country from February – June 2021, the 2021 collection has everything a cycle-centric audience could want - action, drama, humour, and plenty of inspiration; the evening is unashamedly and utterly, utterly, utterly designed and devised for the two wheel devotee!
These short films are a great reminder of why we love to ride our bike with films that celebrate the fun, adventure and inspiration that cycling enables, whatever your ride is.
Jo D at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision Lisa D at Waimate District Council Tracey C at Ryman Healthcare Ltd Freddie J at University of Canterbury Mathew S at NZ Manufacturing Johnny C at Southern DHB - New Zealand Neil G at NZAA - Auckland Stefan S at Hawke's Bay District Health Board Jodie H at Ministry of Education (NZ) - Rotorua Jorge M at Beca - Auckland
Every ride logged is another entry for the draw to win
(Valued at $200)
Commonsense brings you the Indulgence Gift Box - a collection of premium products to delight the most discerning foodie - full of perfect post-ride treats! This hamper will arrive gift wrapped in an eco-friendly box.
Log a ride to enter this fortnightly draw, Wellington only
(Wellington only, valued at $206 per session)
Switched On Bikes are giving away two, half-day eMTB hires for two people. Based on the Wellington Waterfront we're your bike hire hub with a special love for electric! We have an eBike leasing programme if you'd like to add some power to your commute. From Feb 2021 we've got a fleet of full-suspension eBikes for hire and you can win a half-day rental for you and a friend through this challenge.
Doro M at Capital & Coast District Health Board Abid N at Datacom - Wellington
EXCLUSIVE PRIZE DRAW - JUST FOR ENCOURAGERS!
Earn Encourager points by encouraging colleagues, friends, and whanau to ride a bike!
For every person you encourage, you get another entry into the prize draw. Encourage enough people, and you get entered into prize draws for the bigger prizes as well. So get out there and help us get more people on bikes!
Encourage 1 person: Entered to win a $50cash prize!
Sarah D at Bishop Architecture
Encourage 3 people: Entered to win a $100 voucher to a restaurant or bar of your choice
Ashley S at Dynamic Controls
Encourage 5 people: Entered to win one of two $300 voucher for Mons Royale!
Alex C at Aurecon, Tauranga
Encourage 10 people: Entered to win a $500cash prize!
Tamara S at Tourism Holdings Ltd - THL - Auckland
Encourage 20 people: Entered to win a $1,000 holiday vouchers to spend at a destination of your choice!
John F at Rotorua Police Station
Exclusive discounts for all Aotearoa Bike Challenge participants
Epic trade prices at Torpedo7!
Keep your bike clean and green with Biomaxa!
Biomaxa are offering an Aotearoa Bike Challenge discount this February with the discount code LOVETORIDE. Grab your 100% petrochemical free cleaners, lubricants and chamois creams at the Biomaxa store.
Not only can individual riders win prizes as rewards, but also workplaces through the combined effort of the team - so every little ride helps!