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National Ride2School Day

Where: Bicycle Network, Level 4, 246 Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: Family Friendly

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  • Admission: Free
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Over 350,000 students across Australia are set to ride, scoot, skate or walk to school on Bicycle Network’s National Ride2School Day.

National Ride2School Day is Australia’s biggest bike riding party and the peak of the Ride2School program which works to help children get their 60 minutes of daily exercise by riding a bike to school.

National Ride2School Day is a great time to start going to school the healthy way.

Riding to school is free and fun and can also help students perform better in the classroom. Studies have shown students arrive at school energised, alert and more ready to learn.

Participation numbers in 2021 could receive a boost from the increased interest in riding during coronavirus when shops around Australia sold out of bikes.

If you got a new bike or dusted off your old one during 2020, it will love to get a ride on National Ride2School Day.

National Ride2School Day is a free event open to all primary and secondary schools in Australia. Schools that register for the day receive a resources pack including posters, promotional material, stickers and a count sheet to tally the number of students who ride to school.

Students won’t just be doing it for themselves, with many schools also fundraising for World Bicycle Relief to send specially designed Buffalo Bicycles to villages in Africa.

National Ride2School Day is part of Bicycle Network’s Ride2School program which has been running nationally since 2006. Registrations are now open on the Ride2School website.