More than 500 tickets already secured for City of Subiaco’s Bike to Work brekky


Subiaco Mayor Penny Taylor with Louis Baxters owner Olivia Stewart. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au d480157
Subiaco Mayor Penny Taylor with Louis Baxters owner Olivia Stewart. Picture: Andrew Ritchie www.communitypix.com.au d480157

FANCY biking to work for a free brekky?

More than 500 tickets have already been snapped up for the City of Subiaco’s annual Bike to Work breakfast on Friday, March 23, part of WA’s Bike Week.

The breakfast has been held since 2008 with hundreds of casual bike riders and regular commuters descending on Subiaco Square.

Mayor Penny Taylor said the breakfast was a great opportunity for the community to come together over a shared interest.

“This event is always popular; there’s a reason it’s won Bike Week and TravelSmart awards,” she said.

“I’m especially encouraging of novices and amateurs, getting into the saddle for a free breakfast might be just the push you need to start riding on a regular basis.”

Riders must register at subiaco.wa.gov.au/bikeweek to receive a free breakfast.

The event will also feature bike mechanics offering free maintenance, cycling information stalls, and competitions for workplaces and riders who bring along someone who does not usually ride.

Registrations close at 12pm on Wednesday, March 21.

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