National Ride2Work Day

National Ride2Work Day

Australia’s biggest celebration of commuter riding

National Ride2Work Day is Australia’s largest celebration of commuter riding. The day celebrates the benefits of riding to work and brings together the communities that support it.

The main objective of the day is to normalise the idea of riding to work. It encourages people who have never ridden to work before to give it a go, and it allows regular riders to stay motivated and encourage their work mates to get involved.

Ride2Work helps everyday people to jump on a bike and get active on their way to work

The problem

Currently two thirds of Australians don’t get enough exercise to maintain their health. At the same time, our cities are being choked by traffic. It is affecting climate change and costs us billions each year. We must do more to get people out of cars and on to bikes.

Joining Ride2Work Day helps people who have never commuted by bike before to give it a go, and allows regular riders to stay motivated and encourage their work mates to get involved.

The solution

Riding a bike is one of the easiest and most time-efficient ways to get to work. By swapping the car, train or bus for a bike, you can get your recommended daily exercise without having to spend extra time or money at the gym. We promise you’ll be happier and healthier for it!

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Register your ride to help us understand where people are commuting by bike, how far they pedal and where we need build better places to ride.

       

 

 

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