Last year, Ride2Work was successful at encouraging over 10,500 people to either start, or increase the frequency they cycled so it became a regular commuting habit. Do you want to be a part of it?
What’s the challenge?
When you register for Ride2Work, there are a number of options you can select to help get more people cycling to work more often. You can make a difference for yourself, or for others, and ultimately, a healthier, happier Australia.
What challenges will you take on?
Ride to work on National Ride2Work Day, Wednesday, 18 October 2017
If you plan on joining us for the celebration Australia-wide on, or around this date, check this box.
Ride to work for the first time in 2017
Will you be trying riding to work for the first time this year? No matter what date, let us know.
Ride to work more often
If you ride occasionally, and you have all the gear and know the route, see if you can make a habit of it.
Ride to work again
Have you tried previously? Perhaps give it another go. Check out if the route you took previously has improved or investigate other options.
Help someone else start riding to work
The most influencial people to help someone start riding are friends and colleagues. It could be an encouraging word, showing a workmate where you park or even riding with a colleague to work.
Help make my workplace more bicycle friendly
Better bike parking? Improve showers and lockers? Many workplaces have realised that being bike friendly can attract high quality employees and have happier, healthier staff.