Bicycle Network: Ride2School
National Ride2School Day
National Ride2School Day is the perfect opportunity for Australian students and school communities to embrace a healthier start and to try walking and riding to school for themselves.
20 March 2015
Congratulations on participating in the biggest National Ride2School Day to date!
- We had more than 2,040 schools participate in the celebration
- Over 350,000 students ride, walk, scoot and skate
- 319 new schools register their participation for the event
- 1,721 schools from 2014 took part once again
- 8 schools had 100% active travel rate
- 4 new ambassadors
- We managed to visit 44 schools and join their celebrations
- We had a record number of schools in each state take part
We hope you had as much fun as we did and we hope your National Ride2School Day celebration has inspired more students and families in your school community to actively travel to school on a regular basis.
15 November 2014
On Friday 13 March 2015 we'll be celebrating the ninth National Ride2School Day event, where over 300,000 Australian students, just like yours, will ride, walk, scoot or skate to school.
So once again, we're inviting all schools to re-live the fun and continue to build a happy and healthy school community by joining in the celebrations. Registrations for National Ride2School Day are open, so register your school today to ensure you receive your school pack by early term one. The school pack will include a letter confirming your schools participation, posters and stickers to help you celebrate this big day. If you have any questions about registering, please feel free to contact us today.
To prepare, visit our Resources page, which is full of fun ideas to get your school ready for the celebrations.
National Ride2School Day is the flagship event of the Ride2School Program. Active travel is a great way for students of all ages to meet their recommend daily dose of 60 minutes physical activity every day.
The purpose of National Ride2School Day is to show school communities that riding to school is an easy and fun activity. It is a chance to celebrate on a large scale and prove it can be done.