Join the commuter community on National Ride2Work Day
Join commuters across Australia by jumping on your bike for Ride2Work Day today.
More than 150,000 Australians are expected to demonstrate the power of the pedal as they hop on their bikes and enjoy the health benefits of riding to work.
Wodonga Council sport and recreation officer Ryan McNamara said riding to work was a great way for people to get active, de-stress and save money on petrol and parking.
“Riding to work is a great way to fit in exercise on the way to and from work. Riding is something you can easily fit around your busy work and family commitments,” Mr McNamara said.
“People that ride to work tell us they save money on transport costs, while a 5km to 10km ride to work takes less than 30 minutes. Add in a free bacon and egg roll at the Ride2Work Day breakfast and there is no reason not to start getting on your bike.”
Wodonga Council will host a community breakfast for Ride2Work participants today from 7am to 9am in The Cube Wodonga Courtyard.
Participants will be treated to a free cooked breakfast, receive coffee vouchers, massages and information on common cycling injuries and physiotherapy advice.
For free Ride2Work event registration, tips and more, visit ride2work.com.au
Join the commuter community today!