Kia kaha is a Maori phrase used by the people of New Zealand as an affirmation, meaning stay strong.
Proceeds donated to the NZ Spinal Trust www.nzspinaltrust.org.nz
NZ Spinal Trust supports over 200 Kiwis every year as they learn to live with a new Spinal Cord Impairment (SCI) sustained through either injury or illness. As well, we support hundreds more out in their own community, through individual and whānau support; exploring and enabling future work possibilities; and providing information, resources and training. We’ve seen many cyclists come through NZ’s two spinal units in Auckland and Christchurch – cycling accidents have been one of the leading causes of sports SCIs for the past three years.
Although NZ’s health system is publicly funded and provides excellent medical care for patients, NZ Spinal Trust’s holistic whole-of-person support is reliant on community donations to operate.
“Having the Trust there to help navigate those first few weeks or even the first few months was just incredible, because it’s extremely overwhelming. When you’ve got someone like the NZST there just to help explain how everything works and support you through it, and be here when you need questions answered. It was a game-changer and made a great difference to us.”
- Mark, Dad of Jayden (16 years old - who sustained T12 burst fracture in a mountain biking accident, December 2019).
For more on our work check out www.nzspinaltrust.org.nz
Please note this is a part of our Stem Caps System. This is the cover only and requires a proprietary Stem Cap Base for installation on your bike. It will not fit on a stock bicycle stem cap.
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Once you have a Base Cap you can order as many cover caps as you desire, and change them out as you wish. It can be done in seconds.