Cut and pasted from http://bq.org.au/ (for those who don’t ride for work)
Free CBD breakfast for National Ride To Work Day: Wednesday 14 October
The State Government Department for Transport and Main Roads is hosting a free breakfast for commuting cyclists on National Ride To Work Day, next Wednesday 14 October. The venue is Emma Miller Place, corner of of Albert & Ann Street, Brisbane. Breakfast is on from 7 am, prizes and presentation at 7.45am. Register your participation at www.ride2work.com.au and you could win a Trek 7.6FX bike, worth $2000! More than 2100 people have already registered in Queensland, across more than 280 workplaces.
Bicycle Queensland volunteers will be ride leaders for new commuters (or anyone who else who wants to ride) at six locations around Brisbane. From each location, the ride will leave at 7 am, bound for the CBD.
North: Kedron Brook Bikeway at Crushers Leagues club, The Grange
South: West End, the goanna, corner of Boundary & Russell Streets
South: Tennyson, Pat Rafter Arena, State Tennis Centre, King Arthur Drive, Tennyson
East: Coorparoo, Coorparoo railway station, Clarence Street
West: Graceville, Regal Cinema, Honour Avenue
West: St Lucia, Kayes Rocks, Brisbane Street