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Freewheel with a Friend on Bike To Work Day

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2 February 2004

Freewheel with a Friend on Bike To Work Day

A frenzy of freewheelers will feast on free food! Wellingtonians who bike to work on Wednesday 18 February will help themselves to a free breakfast.

Cycle Aware Wellington and Wellington City Council invite all cyclists to pedal on down to Civic Square between 7 and 9 a.m. for a free feed, entertainment and prizes.

"Once a year we gather to celebrate all the good things about biking." said Marilyn Northcotte from Cycle Aware Wellington. "It's quick, healthy, zero-polluting and loads of fun."

This year Cycle Aware and WCC are calling on cyclists to bring a friend along. In 2003 there were 450 hungry cyclists fed on a windy day. "At the 2004 Bike To Work Day we plan to double the fun." said Ms Northcotte.


For more information about National Bike Wise Week events in the Wellington region, see http://www.caw.org.nz or http://www.gw.govt.nz. For Bike Wise Week events around NZ see http://www.bikewise.co.nz.

For more information about cycling to work, see http://www.sparc.govt.nz/publications/index.php#cycle


Cycle Aware Wellington Inc. http://www.caw.org.nz

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