Ride2UOW is a free, non-competitive cycling event that aims to increase the number to university students and staff riding to campus.
Join one of our two guided rides, starting from Towradgi Beach Park OR Town Hall, Wollongong CBD and commute to the UOW Wollongong campus. Our guides are all experienced, local cyclists that will help you get to know your cycle commute to UOW campus where you’ll enjoy a complimentary breakfast and free coffee on arrival!
When: Wednesday 31st May
Where: Ride from Towradgi Beach Park, Towradgi Road, Towradgi OR Wollongong Town Hall, Cnr Crown & Kembla Streets, Wollongong to UOW Wollongong Campus.
Time: 8am sharp for check-in. Official proceedings kick-off at 8:15am.
Things you need to know:
- PLEASE BRING: Bike, helmet and water bottle.
- Complimentary breakfast and coffee at UOW Main Campus
CBD to UOW: https://onthegomap.com/s/fvdf4uab
Towradgi to UOW: https://onthegomap.com/s/2he81efm
For more information about the Ride2UOW event, contact George Takacs on 0419 819 337 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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PHOTO / VIDEO CONSENT: By registering for the event, you consent to being part of photography or video footage should it be taken on the day. Please let check-in know if you do not consent.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS: By registering for the event, you are acknowledging that you are medically and physically able to participate in this form of physical activity. Participants are responsible for bringing any aids such as asthma medication, epipen etc. Please notify check-in of any special circumstances on the day.
COVID-19: Healthy Cities Illawarra will enforce COVID-19 guidelines for the safety of staff, volunteers and participants. These procedures are based around social distancing, hygiene, cleaning and record-keeping. Participants may not attend our cycling event if they have any of the following COVID-19 symptoms: Fever or acute respiratory infection (e.g. shortness of breath or cough) with or without fever.
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