Bike Month

Sophie Baker
City of Wanneroo

Ride to Work Breakfast

Over 60 people were welcomed by Mayor Aitken at the City’s Ride to Work Breakfast held near Drovers Place Wanneroo on Friday 21 October. The breakfast was held to celebrate WA Bike Month in collaboration with West Cycle and the Department of Transport. Attendees cycled to Drovers Place for a free breakfast and coffee before work, with attendees consisting of City staff as well as residents of all ages and abilities.
Information about the City’s Long Term Cycle network was displayed as well as details of the Splendid Park Criterium Circuit, the City’s Active Transport and Cycling Plan (2022/23 – 2025/26) and ‘Map Your Move’ to encourage the benefits of using active transport in the City. In addition, many attendees took advantage of access to a bike mechanic to have their bike checked.

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James (Your Move)

Welcome to Your Move Workplaces Sophie - great to see that you are joining in for City of Wanneroo as well as for your school 😁! You have joined at a great time of year - thanks for sharing with us the Bike Month Ride2Work celebration held by the City. That has earned you 40 points for the event, 25 points for the display and Your Move information distribution and 10 points for sharing all the details of what the event involved. You have also earned 12 points for your first post as a new Champion at City of Wanneroo.

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