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Community Trikes at the Avantidrome are great for anyone, whether new to cycling and fitness, living with limited mobility or undergoing rehabilitation following illness or injury. We have a fleet of trikes that vary in style and functionality with coaches trained in trike use and safety to guide you. This is a great way to maintain or increase your fitness level, community interaction and wellbeing.
Come join us and give it a try. Triking at the Avantidrome could well be the experience you have been looking for to find a healthier, more vibrant you.
Don’t take out word for it, take a look at our story below that featured on TVNZ’s Seven Sharp.
The benefits of exercise are well documented for any age group and any physical status. At the Avantidrome Community Trikes we provide potential solutions to issues associated with limited mobility.
Avantidrome Trike benefits include;
Both of these factors will influence the style and level of trike you may choose to ride. Each trike has its own benefits whether it is a standard trike, seated hand crank or recumbent.
With a range of trikes to suit individual needs, your riding success will depend on how confident, comfortable and safe you feel. Our trained Avantidrome Trikes coaches will guide and assist you to provide the best possible experience on the trike that works best for you.
To view our current session times, check our track schedule here (just select ‘Infield’ in the drop down menu as it defaults to ‘Track’).
To book, simply call us on 0800 VELODROME and we’ll get you sorted for a session that works for you.
Effective 1st January 2019. Includes trike, helmet and coach.
Valid for 3 months from purchase, the more you ride, the more you save
Need more information? Simply get in touch with Aaron Ure, our Community Trikes Coordinator or call us on 0800 VELODROME. We’d love to help.
The trikes help with my balance which has now greatly improved and I enjoy the social aspect of triking together