Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 - AustCycle

AustCycle is a new, national cycling training scheme that has been established by the Amy Gillett Foundation, the Bicycle Federation of Australia and Cycling Australia. AustCycle’s aim is to deliver high quality cycling training, by accredited trainers, to Australians of all ages so that they can ride further, more often, more confidently and more safely. This will result in healthier, happier Australians and a safer, cleaner environment.

Thanks to the Department of Environment and Climate Change, NSW (DECC), a limited number of DECC Cycling Vouchers, each worth $360 (plus GST), are now available FREE to local councils, community groups and employers in NSW. Vouchers can be used for adult AustCycle training courses, for everyone from beginners to experienced riders.

For further information about the vouchers, contact DECC via email at [email protected] To apply for a voucher, simply fill in the DECC Faxback Form available on the AustCycle website.

Find out more about AustCycle at www.austcycle.com.au. For more information on this media release, please contact Allison Maher 0414 544 311.

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AustCycle


AustCycle is a new, national cycling training scheme that has been established by the Amy Gillett Foundation, the Bicycle Federation of Australia and Cycling Australia.
Allison Maher
P: 0414 544 311
W: www.austcycle.com.au

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AustCycle will provide free cycling training under a new scheme for local councils, community groups and employers in NSW.

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