Using active transport – that is walking, cycling and catching public transport – to go to work is good for you, your workplace, our region and our planet. Active transport is the healthier, happier, greener, and in many cases (certainly for short trips) the easier, faster and cheaper way to go.
Get some of the physical activity you need to maintain and improve your health by choosing to ‘go active to work’ as often as possible. Why not join other Coasties on Central Coast Go Active 2 Work Day – third Wednesday of every month (or whenever you can)!
To join the Go Active 2 Work (GA2W) community, receive a GA2W pack and regular GA2W e-newsletters with updates, events, ideas and inspiration to help you go active, please complete this short registration form.
Central Coast Bicycle User Group (CCBUG)
Rides, advocacy and membership for a growing Central Coast bike riding community.
Bicycle NSW is the peak advocacy body for bike riders in NSW has been representing NSW bike riders since 1976. Their objective is:
“Creating a better environment for all bicycle riders”
Bicycle NSW seeks to bring about a change in the cultural and behavioural stance in support of mainstream bicycle use. Bicycle NSW also advocates for improvements to the built environment to allow a bicycle to be used as a viable and safe transport option.
Australia’s biggest bike riding organisation, supported by nearly 50,000 members nationwide. The Ride2Work program helps everyday people to jump on a bike and get active on their way to work.
Transport for NSW
A handbook for bicycle riders – valuable tips on road safety, bicycle maintenance, road rules and the legal aspects of riding your bicycle.
Bike sheds and lockers – bike shed locations to store your bike free of charge and bike locker rental costs
UN World Bicycle Day – 3 June
Diabetes Australia Walk to Work Day – September
National Ride2Work Day – October
Heart Foundation – Healthy Active by Design
Cycling and Walking Australia New Zealand (CWANZ)