Welcome, InterCity!

Another great NZ company has jumped on to assist us in this venture, so it is with pleasure that I welcome InterCity Coachlines to the fold.

Thanks to MetService’s help, we were able to deduce that Northbound is the way to go. However, being North Islanders, this left us a long way from our starting point way down in Southland.

InterCity have not only offered to get us to the launch point, but when we arrive at Cape Reinga they will be on hand to get us back to civilization. This obviously alleviates a huge amount of logistical pressure, as I imagine our faculties won’t be entirely sound at the end of over 2,500km of riding.

InterCity services 700 destinations in New Zealand, with over 130 trips each day, so they’re well equipped not only to get us to where we need to be, but also to help you with your own endeavours. With their extensive network of routes, the keen cyclist could quite easily use their service to get out of town, and pick a creative route to cycle home over a weekend. Food for thought for those of you with a penchant for big adventures.

A hearty welcome and thank-you to Intercity Coachlines, then, for getting behind our cause. Chapeau, folks!


About Youthride

Youthride is, to put it simply, an adventure, undertaken to promote and support a wonderful charity - Youthline NZ. To learn more about the ride, you should find what you need in the blog archives at http://tinyurl.com/youthride. If you wish to offer the support of yourself or your business, you may contact Tom via tom.lynskey.experiment@gmail.com to discuss directly.
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