Ku-ring-gai Council is serving free breakfast with loads of incentives to encourage commuters to get on their bikes on Wednesday 18 October.
National Ride2Work Day is an Australia-wide event designed to encourage more employees to cycle to their workplaces.
The Ride2Work Day event in Ku-ring-gai will be held between 6.30am and 8am on Wednesday 18 October at Gordon Recreational Reserve, 65 Werona Avenue Gordon.
Commuters cycling to the city and elsewhere are invited to drop by for free bacon and egg rolls, coffee, juice or tea and bike checks, plus the chance to go in the draw to win a $500 voucher from Pedal Plus bike shop at Gordon.
Cycling commuters can also see one of the latest models of electric bikes and get information and discounts for new electric wheels courtesy of Sydney Electric Bikes. Electric bikes can cut cycling commuting times by half and tackle hills with ease, while keeping you fit and protecting the planet.
No bookings are needed to take part in this year’s Ride2Work Day – cycle to the event or just drop in and find out more about bike riding in Ku-ring-gai.
Where: Gordon Recreational Reserve, 65 Werona Avenue Gordon
When: 6.30am-8am Wednesday 18 October
Media enquiries: Sally Williams Ku-ring-gai Council Ph: 9424 0982 or firstname.lastname@example.org