Shire residents are invited to saddle up for the Eurobodalla Community Bike Ride as a part of cycling celebrations during NSW Bike Week
A spokeswoman for the Eurobodalla Shire Council said the bike ride aimed to bring together all ages and skill levels of cycling, on Sunday, September 17.
Ride participants can register at the Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club, Heath Street, Broulee, from 9am.
The ride departs at 10am with two rides to choose from:
Riders will receive Bike Week giveaways and there will be free bike safety checks on the day.
Refreshments will be available from the South Brou Café before and after the ride.
Council’s road safety officer Kate McDougall said last year’s ride marked the opening of an extension to the Broulee to North Head shared pathway.
“Last year’s community bike ride was a huge success, with people of all ages taking part,” Ms McDougall said.
“The idea is you can ride at your own pace and enjoy what Eurobodalla’s shared pathways have to offer.
“We’re hoping this year will be even bigger and better, with more people hopping on their bike and discovering a love of cycling.
“It’s a fantastic, free mode of transport that is good for you and the environment.”
The Eurobodalla Community Bike Ride is supported by the Eurobodalla Bike Users Group (EuroBUG).
All riders must wear a helmet, and children 10 years and under must be accompanied by an adult.
More information: 44741347 or esc.nsw.gov.au
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