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harbour bridge Archive
Rogues dash across the bridge - by frog
Heh heh. I like the occasional good bit of rogue political protest so long as it’s harmless. It keeps our democracy healthy. So good fun to hear that several dozen cyclists broke away from the Getacross Car Free Day gathering near the Auckland Harbour Bridge to make an ‘illegal dash over the southbound clip-on‘ to […] read moreSeptember 22, 2008 10:49 am - 13 Comments
Car Free Day: Auckland - by frog
There’s a whole bunch of South Shore Aucklanders on bikes who want to hang out with a whole bunch of North Shore Aucklanders but they can’t because there’s a small tract of water in the way and they are not allowed to pedal or walk across the bridge spanning the Waitamata Harbour. So at 2 […] read moreSeptember 17, 2008 10:16 am - 6 Comments