Our StoriesRead some of the stories from the people and organisations we have been working with.
An exciting sprint finish in the centre of Cambridge was the perfect conclusion to RIDE’s five-days of cycling festivities. New Zealander Aaron Gate, riding for EVO Pro Racing, won the overall Grassroots Trust New Zealand Cycle Classic title while more than a thousand...read more
In 2016, the first POET Head Start Scholarships were awarded to five students from across the schools that Perry Outdoor Education (POET) works with. POET recently got in touch with those five students to see where they are now and and heard back from Courtney...read more
Nearly a year after it was officially opened, Perry Bridge has scooped the international Award for Pedestrian Bridges at the Structural Awards 2018, announced in London last week. The Structural Awards 2018 showcases projects from across the globe, with awards...read more
Cycle Cambridge is the latest venture of the Brian Perry Charitable Trust, offering customised cycling-based adventures around the Waikato. Cycle Cambridge has a fleet of bikes and e-bikes ready for hire, suitable for individuals and groups who are keen to enjoy the...read more
The New Zealand Cycle Classic’s recently announced move to Waipa has sparked a new week-long community cycling event. The Three Peaks Ride: New Zealand’s Cycling Festival will run alongside the NZ Cycle Classic from 23 January to 27 January 2019 and will provide a...read more
More than a thousand people came out to celebrate the opening of the Te Awa River Ride and the stunning new Perry Bridge. This section completes a project which now sees a river-side cycleway connecting Ngaruawahia with the Hamilton Gardens. The trail between the...read more