Get ready to roll for National Ride2Work Day

Riding to work is a great idea any time of year, but on Wednesday 18 October there's even more reason to wheel out the bike and join the commuter evolution.

The stage is set for National Ride2Work Day 2023, Australia's biggest celebration of commuter riding – and free coffee, fruit and breakfast are on offer for those taking part.

Bicycle Network will pop up around Melbourne during the morning commute with these goodies and more, and a team to cheer on the folks who ride to work and celebrate the joy of two-wheeled travel.

Head to the Good Cycles Bike Hub at Docklands, where the Vic Police Bike Patrol Unit will offer bike engraving and bike tuning services will be available. Look out for food being delivered by cargo bike.

Bicycle Network will also be at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre handing out coffee and food, and there'll be bike tuning on offer there too. Similar festivities will be held at the corner of Charman Road and Beach Road in Mentone.

Workplaces are encouraged to get involved and host their own breakfast and Ride2Work events to promote the health benefits of bike commuting.

Individuals and workplaces can find out more and register their rides and events here.

Registering helps Bicycle Network understand where people commute by bike and how far they are travelling. This informs our advocacy efforts and helps us improve conditions for all people who ride.

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