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    New Zealand motorcycle wiki

    We have created a new space for Kiwi bikers to place their knowledge of motorcycling in New Zealand. Ever made/seen a post in the forums that was really informative, only to be lost in the deluge of drivel. Now you can place that info in the wiki where it can be easily found and referenced.

    The wiki uses KB logins, so it will log you in automatically. Any member can add or update pages.

    Remember, just like Kiwi Biker, we have created the wiki space.
    It's up to you to provide the content.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: New Zealand motorcycle wiki started by SpankMe View original post
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    1. Dobbin's Avatar
      Dobbin -
      I saw the wiki a couple of years ago, and it was pretty inactive, but I thought it had potential. So I was chatting to a mate yesterday about the benefits of wikis, and pointed out that there was this wiki which might benefit from a bit of publicity and a few keen editors adding content on ride routes and the like. I got home and found the wiki had disappeared!

      Is this a temporary situation, or has someone decided to pull the plug on this resource? If the latter, are there any other NZ motorcycle wikis which allow the public to edit?
    1. Eddieb's Avatar
      Eddieb -
      It's not a wiki as such but http://www.adventureridingnz.co.nz/ has many adventure routes and tracks and members can submit new tracks to the site.
    1. Dobbin's Avatar
      Dobbin -
      Quote Originally Posted by Eddieb View Post
      It's not a wiki as such but http://www.adventureridingnz.co.nz/ has many adventure routes and tracks and members can submit new tracks to the site.
      Thanks for that link. It's not what I had in mind, but I'll certainly use it to plan adventure rides. I do like a bit of roughage!
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