Ride2Work Day is the largest celebration of commuter riding in Australia.  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 encourage more Australians to ditch their cars and start riding to work as a regular habit.

With more than 50,000 registrations, Ride2Work is the largest national ride to work program of its kind. Ride2Work has seen a dramatic increase in the number of people choosing to ride to work, with an amazing 60 per cent of new riders registered in 2013 still riding to work when surveyed five months after Ride2Work Day.

Ride2Work Day 2017

This year, Ride2Work Day is on Wednesday 18 October and Council will hold a Ride2Work Day breakfast on the day.  Participants can enjoy free sports massages, giveaways and bicycle servicing so stay tuned for more details!

Register now and join the commuter revolution!

Cycle Trains

Cycle Trains will be in operation on the day and allow people riding from outside of the city centre to ride to the breakfast with other riders from their area.  Anyone wishing to be part of a "Cycle Train" should be at their nearest station 5 minutes prior to departure - refer to the cycle train map (LINK to PDF here).

An experience conductor will lead each "Cycle Train" into the breakfast event at an easy pace allowing even the most basic rider to participate.

For more information about the event or the "Cycle Trains" please call Council 07 4044 3044.

Last updated: 22 September 2017