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On ya bike

01 Oct 2013

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The annual Victoria Harbour Ride2Work Community Breakfast is on again this month, encouraging workers to take a healthy and environmentally-friendly route to work.

Each October Active Melbourne City Sports (AMCS) runs the breakfast and encourages existing cyclists to continue riding to work while providing an extra incentive for those looking to take up the challenge.

According to AMCS’s Peter O’Rourke, Docklands’ community breakfast has continued to grow year on year.

“There are already plenty of Docklands workers who ride to work and a lot of cyclists travel through along the Capital City Trail,” Mr O’Rourke said.

Cyclists who stop by the breakfast on Wednesday, October 16 can expect plenty of treats including free coffees, fruit, breakfast items and sports drinks.

There will also be free massages, a bike repair stand and a bike engraving service.

The annual Victoria Harbour Ride2Work Community Breakfast is on October 16 from 7am until 9.30am at the NAB (800 Bourke St) forecourt.

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