News | 9 October 2019
Hop in the saddle and cycle to work on Wednesday 16 October to be rewarded with a free breakfast outside the Prahran Town Hall.
Celebrating the annual Ride2Work Day, from 6.30 to 9am, the City of Stonnington will be dishing up a complimentary breakfast and coffee to cyclists riding past on Chapel Street.
City of Stonnington Mayor, Cr Steve Stefanopoulos is delighted to see Council supporting Ride2Work Day, an important and fun initiative that encourages people to leave the car at home and cycle to work.
“Cycling to work is not only good for the environment, it’s also a fantastic way to keep fit and healthy.
“Cyclists also contribute positively to our road networks by reducing traffic congestion - a win for the whole community,” said Mayor Stefanopoulos.
“Sharing a free breakfast with the cycling community is a small way we can say thank you for supporting active transport and reward them for their efforts.”
The Ride2Work breakfast has free bike parking, safety checks by qualified instructors and security engraving by Victoria Police.
Those up for an extra challenge can see what they can whip up and win great prizes in the ‘Bike’n’Blend’ competition!
The Ride2Work breakfast is the biggest commuting celebration in the country, with over 100,000 riders participating nationally last year.