The City of Brisbane, through their Cycling Brisbane Program, has joined forces with a number of cities around the globe with the Love To Ride initiative. This is a fun, friendly cycling challenge that runs throughout September, designed to encourage more people to ride.
As well as being in the running to win some great prizes for your own riding efforts there are 'encourager prizes' that reward you for encouraging others to join in. And Electric Bikes Brisbane is chipping in with a great ebike hire special to help you encourage others to join in (see below).
Love To Ride Brisbane is free to sign up and you only need to ride for 10 minutes for your ride to count. All you ebike owners who nip down to the grocery store... see where we are coming from :)
A fun, free cycling challenge for workplaces and individuals in Brisbane over the month of September in collaboration with the City of Brisbane.
Anyone living or working in Brisbane (over the age of 16) who is:
There are some great prizes up for grabs. To win you earn points. Points are earned for every day and kilometre you ride. plus you earn points for every rider you encourage.
For our EBB Owners. If you have a friend, family member or work colleague who you would like to encourage to ride and join in, we are offering a special 1 month hire at the 1 week rate. Send us an email if you want to find out more or you want to book a hire bike.
Our usual hire terms and conditions will apply, and the special rate is only for participants in Love To Ride Brisbane.
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If you are curious about how an ebike works or are keen on a particular type of ebike then EBB hosts a number of group rides or specialist demo events where you can try one. See what's coming up.
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