I'd just like to remind you that PortBUG, in cooperation with Port Adelaide/Enfield Council are running another BikeSA/MAC 30 minute 'Be Safe, Be Seen' bicycle safety presentation on Wednesday 20th June, 4pm in the Port Adelaide Town Hall, Nile St, Port Adelaide.
We've decided on this time because it's right after school and at the end of the working day - we thought that this might best suit students and workers before they head home.
'Be Safe, Be Seen' provides a short, succinct and effective reminder of what it takes to stay safe on your bike. It provides up-to-date information and key insights into how bike crashes can occur.
If you are interested in bicycle safety and feel you need to understand it better you owe it to yourself to attend. If you have children riding to school or university (or their first job) it would be well worth them attending too!
All those registering by June 11th and then attending will receive a free bicycle safety pack, including a saddle bag, reflective 'slap-wraps', a reflective back-pack rain cover and reflective stickers.
Please consider attending - contact Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org to register asap.
Sam, Secretary, PortBUG
Thanks Ross - how did you do that (post the poster...)? Sam
Is there a size limit for the picture file? Sam.
While anyone can still come along to the upcoming Be Safe, Be Seen presentation on 20th June, registration to receive the free Cycling Safety pack has been extended to Friday 15th June! Register this week and before the 15th and you can pick up a saddle bag with reflective seal-wraps, back-pack cover, stickers and 3 month free membership of BikeSA. Come down the Greenway and visit us in Port Adelaide! Contact Sam at email@example.com.