Join us for a free community breakfast from 8:30-10:30am on Sunday the 17th of November to remember the life of Tim Anderson and all victims of road traffic accidents as part of the United Nation’s World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
We encourage you to enjoy a safe ride to the event in memory of Tim and his passion for cycling. There will be plenty of bicycle storage available on site.
The event is free to attend with breakfast and beverage options available to purchase on the day.
About Tim Anderson: 7/4/1985 – 9/3/2012
Tim was a much loved young man who embraced life with a passion for family, friends, education and sports. After working as a chemical engineer he returned to university and was researching ways to help reduce carbon emissions. Tim hoped to make a difference in the world.
Tragically at the age of 26, Tim died after being hit from behind by a drunk driver while he was cycling along Curtin Avenue. When hit, Tim was training for the Ride for Youth and was cycling in a safe and responsible manner. He was wearing a helmet and high visibility clothing, riding in the cycle lane and had his lights on.
Remember Tim by driving responsibly and cycling safely.
Please RSVP to assist with catering purposes HERE.