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In recognition of Love to Ride’s Bike to Work Week (25-31 March), the University of Oxford Environmental Sustainability team are hosting four free Bike Breakfasts around the University. The Big Data Institute cafe will be hosting the Old Road Campus Bike Breakfast on Wednesday 27 March, where cyclists will be able to choose from a hot Bacon Bap or Mushroom Bap and tea or coffee for showing a ticket and logged cycle ride on the Love to Ride app. Please let us know if you are coming by completing the Eventbrite below:

Wednesday 27th March – ORC – Big Data Institute, ORC

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ride-to-work-week-bike-breakfast-big-data-institute-tickets-59169384221

If you will be in another area of the University next week and wish to attend an alternative breakfast, you are very welcome to attend one of the below: 

Monday 25 March – University Club

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ride-to-work-week-bike-breakfast-university-club-tickets-58251265102

Thursday 28th March – Andrew Wiles Building, ROQ

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ride-to-work-week-bike-breakfast-andrew-wiles-tickets-59169507590

Friday 29th March – Wellie Square

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ride-to-work-week-bike-breakfast-university-offices-wellington-square-cafe-tickets-59170021126

As well as a free breakfast, each ride logged during Bike to Work week will automatically add you to the grand prize draw to win prizes including weekend trips away! 

UniCycle is an engagement programme that the University is taking part in to encourage staff and students to cycle. All you need to do to get involved is register to Oxford University on the Love to Ride website, download the App, and start logging your cycle rides. Happy cycling!