Ride to Work Day 2010

We hope that everybody who has the chance will join Ride To Work Day.

Ride to Work Day is a national event and is about encouraging workers to feel good and have fun by commuting to work by bike and experiencing the health, financial and environmental benefits of riding.

You can register for Ride to Work Day at http://www.bv.com.au/ride-to-work/ and be in the draw to win a Trek 7.6 FX bike valued at $1,999 as part of registration prize worth over $2,200. There are a number of other prizes in other categories as well.

One of the core events of Ride to Work day is the community breakfast program which is held around the nation. This year Hobart will again have the
Hobart Waterfront Breakfast – CyclingSouth will again organise a Hobart breakfast for people commuting to the Hobart CBD by bike from 6am to 9am at Mawson Place.
Clarence City Council are providing a “pit stop” from 7am to 9am on the eastern end of the bridge.

Hobart Bike Kitchen will be having a display in the pavilion at Mawson Place so please drop in and say Hello.

If you don’t have your HBK spoke card we should have a few more available, so make sure you bike helps spread the word for good fun and good bikes.

We look forward to seeing you at Mawson Place. Not only can you enjoy free food and hot beverages thanks to Bakers Delight (official supplier of Ride to Work CBD breakfasts), Bananas Australia, Hobart City Council & CyclingSouth. But if you’re worried about how you’ll look, you can get Helmet hair repair thanks to ABC local radio.

There are free bike checks courtesy Ken Self Cycles, as well as info. on Bike crash insurance from Bicycle Tasmania and RACT Bike Assist to get you back on the road when your bike breaks down (but after coming to Bike Kitchen that’s not a problem).

Bike Love,

Hobart Bike Kitchen

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