On Your Bike For Mothers Day Community Ride

THE wheels are in motion for a community ride to celebrate local mums this Mother’s Day.

The Mother’s Day Community Ride is a family-based fun ride from the Port Douglas Wildlife Habitat and encompasses 4km and 10km pathway based ride options. The community cycle includes cycling ride leaders with a healthy and free family breakfast afterwards. Douglas Shire Council has proudly partnered with Wildlife Habitat and Bike Shop & Hire Port Douglas to present the inaugural Mother’s Day Community Ride.

Bring along friends and family for a fun and active scenic ride. Douglas Shire Council’s Sports & Recreation Development Officer Renee Ker said the ride was a great way to celebrate Mother’s Day.

“We encourage everyone to come along – kids, grandparents, mums, dads and friends – for a day of fitness, family and having fun…Wildlife Habitat will put on a delicious, healthy breakfast for all participants following the ride, and we have free cycling giveaways available – it’ll be a terrific morning.”

RENEE KER, Douglas shire council’s Sports & Recreation Development Officer

Bike Shop and Hire Port Douglas will offer discounted hire for those wanting to hire a bike for the ride (contact 4099 5799 to make arrangements).

The Mother’s Day Community Ride is open to local residents and visitors.

Bookings are essential /  https://www.trybooking.com/BQOUP

This initiative is supported by funding from the Queensland Government’s Community Road Safety Grants Scheme.

Community Road Safety Grants The Community Road Safety Grants provide an opportunity for community organisations to support local road safety initiatives that drive a change in behaviours and attitudes to road safety in local communities.

Objective To support Queensland communities with the development and delivery of effective road safety education and awareness initiatives.

When /

Sunday 9 May 2021

Time /

8:40 AM to 10:00 AM

Location /

Port Douglas Wildlife Habitat – Carpark
Port Douglas Wildlife Habitat, Port Douglas Road, Port Douglas, Queensland 4877

This initiative is supported by funding from the Queensland Government’s Community Road Safety Grants scheme.

Douglas Shire Council Media Release