GET ON YOUR BIKE CAMPAIGN: Social Benefits
GET ON YOUR BIKE CAMPAIGN UPDATE: the City of Launceston and the Tamar Bicycle Users Group (TBUG) have joined forces in recent months to explore and promote the incredible benefits associated with cycling, be it every day or once a week and across all age groups.Recent statistics show more and more Tasmanians are getting on bikes for varied reasons including convenience, economical, daily transport and outdoor recreation. This week we explored the social benefits - check out our latest video below to hear some of the great feedback we got from cyclists of all ages down at Royal Park.If you're thinking about joining the cycling revolution, why not sign up for Sally's Ride 2017- Tamar Valley Cycle Challenge on November 19 - some great new family and kid-friendly events have been added to the Challenge program this year and and funds raised through rider registrations go towards the prevention of youth suicide.Sally's Ride : Tamar Valley Cycle ChallengeTamar Bicycle Users Group (TBUG)Bicycle Network TasmaniaHugh McKenzie Alderman Launceston City CouncilPosted by City of Launceston Official on Thursday, 2 November 2017
Here is the latest TBUG/City of Launceston Video – the social benefits of riding a bike…..thanks to all those who helped, especially Zara and Luke from City of Launceston
GET ON YOUR BIKE: Free parking!
Get on your bike: the City of Launceston and Tamar Bicycle Users Group (TBUG) have partnered up to promote the fantastic benefits associated with cycling, from improved health to saving money and time. This week we look at how you can park for free in the CBD:Posted by City of Launceston Official on Tuesday, 19 September 2017
Our promo video number 2….What could be easier than riding your bike into town adn parking it for free?…no more hassles with parking meters!!
Get on your bikes, Launceston:
GET ON YOUR BIKE: More and more Tasmanians are cycling than every before, be it for transport, recreation, health or social reasons - and statistics show Launceston has the fastest growing network of bicycle users in the state.Together with the Tamar Bicycle Users Group (TBUG), the City of Launceston is going to examine the many benefits of getting on our bikes over the coming weeks and month, talking to everyday locals whose lives have changed for the better thanks to cycling, and sharing tips, advice and maps to encourage others to take up this fantastic activity:Posted by City of Launceston Official on Monday, 11 September 2017
The first in our 2017 – 2108 series of pormo videos to pormote just how easy it is to ride around Launceston!!