At Bluebridge, we're big on biking which is why we are offering New Zealand cyclists - mountain bikers or roadies - the very best Cook Strait experience possible. Download the App and join the Bluebridge Bike Club now (if you're already a member, download the App to get your unique membership number). You'll get 10% off our best fares all year round, entry to competitions and the App has a calendar of bike events throughout New Zealand.
DOWNLOAD THE BLUEBRIDGE APP, FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW AND YOU’RE IN THE DRAW TO WIN A 2017 TREK Fuel EX8 MOUNTAIN BIKE WORTH $4499!
You'll get your own unique membership number, you can book direct from your phone and receive the Bike Club members discount.
To be in the draw you need to download the Bike Club App from the App Store or Google Play and sign up for the Trek newsletter. First 40 to download the App will WIN a Bluebridge Bike Club T-shirt! Entries close 1st November
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TO COMPLETE YOUR ENTRY DOWNLOAD THE APP
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The Bluebridge Bike Club App is available in the App Store and Google Play. Search for 'Bluebridge Bike Club' on your smart phone
Wellington mountain biking legend Rod Bardsley loves bikes.
Riding bikes, fixing bikes, writing about bikes, and testing bikes and “bike stuff”.
He’s pretty excited that bikes keep getting better – increasingly able to handle steeper grades and more challenging terrain – and that he gets to regularly ride exciting new tracks.
Lucky for us he also likes ships – especially ships that sail to cool places to ride – and that’s why he’s come on board as our Bluebridge Bike Club ambassador.
Rod, who first began riding as a 20-year-old and says he has been on a mountain bike almost every day since, has been a professional firefighter and competitive downhill racer (as part of the New Zealand Downhill Racing team), as well as a bike mechanic. After a stint in London and the French Alps (mountain bike guide in summer, snowboard guide in winter) Rod returned to the capital - and bike repairs - in 2006.
Alongside his cycle repair business Rod writes a regular column and reviews bikes and gear for Spoke Magazine.
He still rides nearly every day and races Enduro whenever he gets the chance.
Married to Rhiannon and with two daughters (Elodie and Willow who have recently started riding) when Rod’s not riding bikes, or repairing bikes he’s, well, thinking about bikes. Or planning his next sail and ride adventure at the very least.