Generally, most community breakfasts are organised to coincide with Ride2Work Day. However there is no reason why you couldn’t hold a community event on any other day of the year that best suits your community.
If you have any questions about the Ride2Work Day, or would like any advice on how to make your event a success, please contact us.
Check out our Ride2Work Event Planning Guide to holding a workplace celebration.
Promote your event with our ready-to-use Ride2Work Day posters or we can post some to you.
2017 Community Events
|Location||Date / Time||Details|
|City of Vincent, Palmerston Street (Brisbane St end), Perth||Saturday 30 September & 7 October 12pm||Bike maintenance 1 – Beginner’s session
The City of Vincent is hosting a Bike Maintenance session offering residents some great hands-on experience on how to maintain their bikes. Visit their website to book.
|Barlee Street Car park, 590 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley||Saturday, 14 October 8am – 12pm||Bike Swap Meet – City of Vincent
Want to sell some of those pre-loved bike parts or keen to find that elusive shiny part for your steed? Get ready for Ride2Work day with a Bike Swap Meet. Email theTravelSmart Officer [email protected] or call 9273 6558, or visit the website
|Oxford St Reserve, Cnr Oxford Street and Leederville Parade, Leederville||Thursday, 19 October 7am – 9am||Ride2Work Day Breakfast – City of Vincent|
|Canning River Eco Education Centre, Cnr Kent Street and Queens Park Road, Wilson||Saturday, 14 October 10am – 12pm||Ride2Work – Bike Maintenance Workshop
Don’t let flat tyres and broken chains get in your way of having an active lifestyle. Whether you want to get back on your bike or have a more travel smart commute or be in control of your bike maintenance this is the workshop for you.
|Cannington Leisureplex Meeting Room, 233 Sevenoaks Street, Cannington||Wednesday, 18 October 6.00pm – 8.00pm||Ride2Work – Commuting by bike talk
Did you know peak hour city trips of up to 10km in length are generally faster by bike than any other form of transport, door to door?
This talk will aim to help you overcome your concerns and answer your questions. By the end you will know how to set-up and use a bike to commute safely, effectively and enjoyably. The talk will cover children commuting safely to school too.
|Pioneer Reserve, Market Street Fremantle||Wednesday, 18 October, 7:00 – 9:00am||Australia’s Ride to Work Day will be held on Wednesday 18 October 2017. You might ride to school, to the office, ride to help others or just ride for fun: wherever you are riding to, and for whatever reason, we invite you to our Ride to Work Breakfast.
Cycle on down to Pioneer Reserve, Market Street Fremantle for a free breakfast and check out the awesome wares from all the local bikes stores and local businesses:
Breakfast is produced by Black Truffle and Two Queens
Pre-register HERE or turn up on the day all are welcome!!