Bike to Work Breakfast
To celebrate Bike Week the City of Subiaco is holding a free breakfast for people who ride to all or part of the way to work, school or university.
To receive a free breakfast, all registered riders need to do is show their bike helmet at any of the three participating Subiaco cafes, Café Café, Croissant Express and Louis Baxters, all located near Subiaco Train Station. The Dismantle Bike Doctor will also be available to provide free bike checks and cycling advice.
Get your friends and work colleagues involved with the Bring a Friend and Workplace Challenge!
Bring a Friend Challenge
Bring a friend to the breakfast who doesn’t usually ride to work, school or university and go in the draw to win a $100 voucher from selected shops to spend in Subiaco. To enter, register online and complete an online survey after the event.
Get your work colleagues together for the Workplace challenge and you could win a free lunch in Subiaco. The workplace with the highest percentage of staff registered for the event will win a free lunch for the whole team. To enter, register online and complete an online survey after the event.
Download the poster (PDF, 4MB) and promote the event around your workplace!
Registrations for the 2016 Bike to Work Breakfast have now closed.
Thanks to everyone who registered.
Plan your trip
Plan your trip using Google Maps or visiting the Transperth website for bike maps and TravelSmart maps.
If you plan to ride to your local train station bike rails are provided at all train stations, and secure bike shelters are provided at selected stations. Visit the Transperth website for more information.
If you are parking your bike at a train station, remember to bring your helmet to get your free breakfast.
Download the site map here.
This event is supported by the Department of Transport and WestCycle as part of Bike Week 2016. This initiative was also proudly supported by the RAC’s Community Sponsorships program.
See the Bike Week website for a full list of events.
||Café Café, Croissant Express and Louis Baxters
||Friday 18 March 2016
||6.30am to 9am
||Recreation and sport
||Children, Adults, Seniors