Bike Week continues with Smart(er) Rider
March 20, 2017 Leave a comment
Bike Week continues with Smart(er) Rider in which you can be rewarded for cycling around Fremantle.
Ask for your Smart(er) Rider card from any of the participating locations listed below and collect a stamp each time you ride to a participating venue.
Once you have collected 10 stamps enter the draw to win some great prizes.
We would love to see the adventures that you have while completing your cards so get riding and snapping today. Don’t forget to tag #freosmartrider for your chance to win a range of other great prizes kindly donated by local business, which include original artworks, bike equipment and store vouchers.
Enter the competition by placing completed cards in the barrel at Fremantle Library.
Competition runs from 17 March – 18 April 2017.
- Overnight Bed & Breakfast voucher in a Superior room at The Esplanade Hotel Fremantle.
- Navig(8)r wifi sports action camera from Valentine’s Camera House
- Bike Accessory pack from South Beach Cycles
These will be awarded to those snap happy riders who post their Smart(er) Rider moments to Facebook and Instagram so don’t forget to use the #freosmartrider and tag the local business you were visiting. Prizes include:
- Original artwork by David Giles
- Glen Cowans Studio gift vouchers
- The National Hotel voucher
- Other bike related gadgets
Smart(er) Rider Locations
Abhi’s Bread, Amaize, Anytime Fitness, Boost Juice, Camera House, Chai Baba, Chic Pea Vegan Cafe, Compendium Design Store, David Giles Artist, Flipside Burgers, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle Leisure Centre, Fremantle Library, Free Choice Fremantle, Fremantle Chiropractic, Glen Cowans’ Studio, Harper’s Food Market, Luce Del Sol, Missy Moos, MR Hemp Co, Natural Light Photography, Ohana Acai Bar, Old Bridge Cellars, One Stop Shop, Oxfam, Parlapa, Pirates Backpackers, Propeller, Signatures of Australia, SOS Surf Co, South Beach Cycles, Spareparts Puppet Theatre, Studio 37 Coffee Bar, The National Hotel, The Meeting Place, WA Maritime Museum