Sit and giggle at Bikeweek comedy show
ANYONE who can ride a bike is encouraged to participate in one of the many events being held as part of Bikeweek in March.
A bicycle scavenger hunt, tours, barbecues, breakfasts, joyrides and pedal-powered cinemas in Guildford and Victoria Park have been organised after 29 applicants received a share of $30,000 to put on an event.
An open-air comedy show in City Beach will explore the issues between cyclists, motorists and pedestrians.
The Town of Cam- bridge is hosting the free Wheelie Funny Bike Comedy on Sunday, March 15.
WestCycle chief executive Clint Shaw said Bikeweek was gearing up with a range of new ideas and events to offer something for everyone.
“The quality of the events planned this year is amazing and we all have some really exciting events to look forward to from roller time trials and cyclingthemed comedy nights right up to pop-up pump tracks for agile bike riders,” he said. Bikeweek is from March 14 to 22.
Cycling enthusiasts from the City of Vincent, Bike Dr and WestCycle get into the spirit of Bikeweek.