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Please note that the Central Coast Cycling Challenge project page is now archived as a reference and is not being kept up to date.

The Central Coast Health Promotion Service is encouraging all Central Coast adults to get back on their bike and take on the Central Coast Community Cycling Challenge.

The Community Cycling Challenge is a free, easy and fun way for people to discover some of the many great 'cycling things to do' on the Central Coast. A bonus of the Challenge is that people might just discover that cycling can lead them on a path to a healthier lifestyle.

Cycling is quite simply the healthier, easier, cheaper & greener way to go! Whether as a way of getting around for short trips in your local community or purely for leisure, cycling is the smart and healthy choice.

So, are you over 18 and haven't been on a bike for a while?

If so, 'get back on your bike!' and take on the 'Central Coast Community Cycling Challenge'.

The Coast has loads of great ways for you to 'get back on your bike'. Check out the 'Cycling Challenge' checklist for ideas … then just try some!

Tick off at least two items on the Challenge Checklist before the end of October 2012 to go in the draw to win one of one hundred cycling prize packs. See the Checklist for details.

Download a full colour or print friendly checklist or call the Central Coast Health Promotion Unit on 43494800 to order a copy today.

Come on Coasties … 'Get back on your bike!'



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For information and help with achieving or maintaining a healthy weight, check out the free 'Measure Up' and 'Get Healthy' programs below

Cycling Challenge Materials

Challenge Checklist (colour)

Challenge Checklist (print & fax friendly)

Cycling Resources

Bicycleinfo (includes Cycleways Finder)
RMS Bicycle Riders Handbook
RMS Bicycle Resources
RMS and other Cycling Links
Central Coast Cycling Guide
Gosford Council Cycleways information
Wyong Council Cycleways information
Central Coast Touring Cycling Club
Toukley and District Cycling Club
Bicycle NSW
Secure Bicycle Lockers
Cycling Promotion Fund


Contact Us

Call Central Coast Health Promotion on 43494800 or email Nigel Tebb

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Measure Up Campaign

Raising Awareness of Hazardous Waist


Irrespective of your height or build, if your waistline is getting bigger it could mean you are at increased risk of developing a chronic disease such as some cancers, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. Unhealthy eating and not enough physical activity can be important contributors to an increasing waistline.

The Measure Up campaign is part of the Australian Better Health Initiative (ABHI), a national program, supported by the Australian and state and territory governments, which aims to reduce the risk factors for chronic disease. A variety of resources including an information booklet and tape measure can be downloaded or ordered  through the

Measure Up website.



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*You might also find the National guidelines for physical activity and nutrition useful;
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-National Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults-


-The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating-


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Get Healthy (NSW)

In NSW the Measure Up campaign is complimented by the NSW Department of Health's Health advisory service, Get Healthy.


For free, confidential support to achieve and maintain a healthy weight check out the ‘Get Healthy Information & Coaching Service’. Its a telephone and web-based service which helps people make positive lifestyle changes.


Go to the Get Healthy website or phone 1300 806 258* (Mon - Fri, 8am - 8pm) *Cost of a local call from a fixed land line


-Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service brochure


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