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Jump on your bike this September and win!

Love to Ride Brisbane is all about getting on your bike, and encouraging your friends, family and workmates to do the same.

And the best part is you can win some great prizes along the way – even from going for a 10 minute ride.

It’s completely free to participate and is open to everyone who lives or works in Brisbane. Workplaces can also register and compete to see who can get the most people riding bikes.

How to take part

There are four simple steps to take part:

  1. Sign-up for free at lovetoride.net/brisbane.
  2. Ride a bike anywhere, anytime for at least 10 minutes during September.
  3. Tell your friends, family and workmates about the challenge.
  4. Go into the draw to win prizes – the more you ride and the more people you sign up, the better your chances!

Find out more about Love to Ride Brisbane.  

Early bird registration

Sign up for Love to Ride 2019 before 1 September 2019 and you will automatically be in the draw to win an Ezzy Ridez electric bike valued at $1,995. 

Who can enter

Anyone who lives or works in Brisbane and is over the age of 16 years is eligible to enter.

Organisations and departments are also encouraged to participate and compete against each other, as long as they have a minimum of three employees.

What if I don't own a bike?

You can hire a CityCycle bike for as little as $2 a day or $5 a month. With 150 stations across the inner city, CityCycle is a quick and affordable way to explore or commute in Brisbane. Any CityCycle trip of 10 minutes or more will count towards your points for Love to Ride Brisbane.

Got more questions? Read Love to Ride Brisbane's FAQs

2018 results

Brisbane joined with cities and towns around the world to take part in its first Love to Ride challenge in September 2018.

By the end of the challenge 2,323 participants from 221 organisations took part, including 244 new riders. Collectively we rode 602,347 kilometres across 31,500 trips: that’s the equivalent of going around the world 15 times! 

98% of participants said they would take part in Love to Ride Brisbane again.

Riding rather than driving those kilometres saved around 80,000 kg of carbon going into the atmosphere, and helped to reduce the number of cars on our roads.

05 August 2019