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The Te Atatu Corridor Improvement Project is designed to boost the efficiency and safety of one of the busiest roads in West Auckland for all modes of transport, including buses, cyclists, and pedestrians.

We need your feedback by 21 November, when the formal period for consultation ends.


Team iRONman takes on RAAM part 1/3

11 days, 13 hours, 37 minutes

Ron Skelton and Joshua Kench made history, becoming the first New Zealanders to complete RAAM solo, both on their first attempt!

Big thanks to Ron and team iRONman for serving us more excitement, emotions and positive energy than we could possibly handle!   What an epic effort…

Somewhere in Kansas…

Ron making a good use of the Ironator

Ron making a good use of the Ironator…     Image source unknown

Enjoy the view… if you can

From the official race blog:

(…) We came across soloist Ron Skelton the other day in a canyon just north of Sedona and he was really enjoying the surroundings. Skelton came all the way from New Zealand for RAAM and had never been to the area before. The proud Kiwi was riding his own race, not overly concerned with the standings, just chugging along strongly and soaking up those famous Sedona vibes. In a race that’s all about cranking through mile after mile after mile, it was nice to meet a rider who was gaining energy from the endless road, rather than losing it. (…)

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