The decision to cancel BIKE with Brisbane – Active commute day

To our Bicycle Queensland community.

Whilst it is Bicycle Queensland’s mission to inspire and sustain the ever-expanding community of active commuters of all ages and all abilities; the health and well-being of our community must always remain at the forefront of our practices.

After extensive consultation, and in line with the recommendations of Queensland Health, Bicycle Queensland has made the decision to cancel BIKE with Brisbane – Active commute day, which was set to be held this Wednesday 18th March 2020.

This decision has been made to avoid bringing crowds together with the goal of minimising the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the inevitable strain on our healthcare system.

We understand the inconvenience this decision may cause for people who have already made plans around this event; however, our objective is to ensure we work alongside authorities to protect community health and safety.

We continue to be inspired by your commitment to a healthy, active and safe lifestyle and thank you for your support of our work to advocate, educate and provide engaging opportunities in the active commute space throughout Queensland.

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