Optus hosted the Ride2Work Day breakfast this Wednesday 12 October, and around 300 cyclists wheeled in for a delicious BBQ breakfast before work.
“Our event is a community event that attracts not only our elite cyclists but also some first timers,” said Chrystal Taylor, Sustainable Transport Coordinator at Optus.
Cyclists had the opportunity to gather information and go shopping on campus too, with stalls including:
- Bicycle Network
- Stars TV
- Veloz – Bike Repairer
- Body Moves Massage Therapists
- Tour De Cure
- Bike n’ Blend
- Connect Macquarie Park (TMA)
- Bike North
Andrew Hill, RBF’s Vice President, had his STARS characters at the event – see photos here.
If you have been thinking about using two wheels to get to work, do it! The Ryde region is becoming increasingly cycle-friendly, particularly in Macquarie Park, with bike tracks and bike lanes to help you ride safely.
Photos on this page courtesy of Optus.