Up to 300 cyclists are expected to attend a free breakfast at The University of Western Australia as part of Bikeweek next month.
The Bike Breakfast, to be held at the University Club on Wednesday 21 March, is a free event to recognise and reward cyclists for looking after their health and not bringing a car to UWA.
Organiser Ruth Balding, Transport Coordinator at UWA, said limited parking and increasing road congestion were making it increasingly difficult for students and staff to drive to the Crawley campus.
"So we're hoping to show that cycling is a popular and feasible transport option for many car drivers and that UWA will be working hard to create a cycle-friendly campus," Ms Balding said.
"Riding a bike to uni is a great way to keep fit, maintain good mental health, save some money and reduce your environmental impact."
The City of Nedlands has joined forces with UWA to support the Bike Breakfast and will offer some great prizes on the day.
Bikeweek is an annual celebration of cycling coordinated by the Department of Transport's Bikewest and hosted by local governments, community groups, workplaces, cycling organisations and schools across the State.
This year, Bikeweek runs from Sunday 18 March to Sunday 25 March.