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  • Ride 2 Work Day 2018
    Wednesday 16 October 2019

Cycling to work is a great option for everyone. Celebrate with South Australia's cycling community on Wednesday 16 October 2019

National Ride2Work Day

Join the commuter community and register for Ride2Work Day. Enjoy a FREE coffee and breakfast between 7am-9am on Wednesday 16 October 2019 - courtesy of Adelaide City Council and Australian Bananas.
Venue: TBC
There will be a range of stallholders, special guests, activities and giveaways.

Why Ride2Work?

Never taken up the challenge of cycling to work before? No worries! This is the perfect opportunity to give it a go. Not only does cycling help to reduce traffic and pollution, but you'll feel the benefits in your fitness, your mood, and even your wallet. It can be a lot quicker than you might think, and there's no better feeling than whizzing by everyone else stuck in their car.

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What is Ride2Work Day

Ride2Work Day is a national initiative run by the Bicycle Network, in conjunction with state and territory organisations like Bicycle SA, and aims to get more people choosing to cycle their commute. Join in the fun at Hindmarsh Square with a FREE breakfast, thanks to Australian Bananas and Adelaide City Council, and get amongst the vibrant community of Adelaide's cycling commuters.

Register your Ride2Work

Ride2Work in Salisbury

You can join the fun at the Salisbury Ride2Work Day event with a FREE breakfast and coffee between 7am and 9am at Salisbury Council in James St, Salisbury. This is a great opportunity to ride your bike, chat to fellow cyclists and celebrate your achievement -the more people that join in, the more people we can inspire. So join us for a free brekky, receive product knowledge and a free bike check from Avantiplus Salisbury, advice on security, safety and the law and free bike identification from SA Police, and learn more about local cycling, opportunities and group rides through the City of Salisbury Healthy Communities Initiative.

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