Sit and gig­gle at Bike­week com­edy show

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Western Opinion -

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.

Pic­ture: Mar­cus Whisson d434087

Cy­cling en­thu­si­asts from the City of Vin­cent, Bike Dr and WestCy­cle get into the spirit of Bike­week.

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