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Alex Bell from South West Healthcare, Leon Senchenko from South West TAFE and Nicole Wood from Warrnambool City Council

Free breakfast for National Ride2Work Day this Wednesday

News Article Date: 
Monday, 14 October 2019

On National Ride2Work Day, Warrnambool City Council and South West TAFE have joined forces to encourage Warrnambool people to embrace a healthier, more active life by switching from horsepower to pedal power for the journey to work.

A free community breakfast will be available at TAFE's FoodLab on Kepler Street from 7.30am until 9.30am.
National Ride2Work Day is the largest celebration of commuter riding in Australia. Held annually in October, the main objective of the day is to ‘normalise’ the idea of riding to work and encourage more Australians to do so on a regular basis.
Riding to work be a great way to start or end the day, it offers added benefits in the form of improved health, less congestion and fewer emissions. VicHealth identifies walking and cycling are forms of physical activity that are most accessible to the majority of the population regardless of income, age and location. Riding or walking to work enables you to build exercise into your day.

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