Bicycle Network: Volunteers
Bike Ed rewards for volunteers
An enthusiastic group of Bike Ed trained Ride2School Volunteers helped Cambridge Primary run their annual Tour de Werribee. The Volunteers had fun, and the school really appreciated their expert assistance.
Dusting Off Bike Skills
Ride2School volunteers transformed Packer Park in Carnegie into a giant bike skills circuit as part of Dust Off Your Bike Day.
Frank and Simon the bike doctors
"We took bikes out of cages, fixed them, and put them back in!" - Simon, Ride2School volunteer
Great Mill Park Road Ride
Julie Gatt from Plenty Parklands Primary School showed Ride2School how to run a mini RACV Great Victorian Bike Ride with assistance from our Ride2School Volunteer, Maureen.
Healthy hearty office support
Veronica Nunez is a keen bike rider and currently in her final year at Deakin University. She is studying Health Science and majoring in health promotion and families, society and health. Veronica lent us a hand in the office by making phone-calls to schools, with confidence and enthusiasm!
On the ground snippets from our volunteers
“One of them came up at the end of today’s session and surprised me with a big thank you cuddle”
Smiles all round
Glennys Jones is an enthusiastic, skilled and dedicated Volunteer with the Ride2School program, most recently assisting with Bike Ed sessions at Malvern Valley Primary School in May 2012.