Be part of a Guinness World Record attemptPosted by Espresso Communications on Sep 19, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments
Get on your bike and sing! Bicycle New South Wales (BNSW) invites you and all your friends to take part in an awe-inspiring Guinness World Record Attempt: The Largest Choir on Bicycles. As part of the Spring Cycle presented by Bicycle NSW in partnership with Bicycleinfo, this year held in Sydney on Sunday 16 October, we will be attempting to set a World Record for the largest amount of singing cyclists ever recorded. We need more than 250 people to set this record. And we would love YOU to take part – no matter what your singing (or cycling) ability, or age.
This will be your once in a lifetime opportunity to join some of the nation’s finest and fittest artists – renowned sopranos, mezzos, tenors and baritones from Opera Australia – for this fun and casual sing’n’cycle ride across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, belting out the wonderfully patriotic tune of Waltzing Matilda. The ultimate achievement is to make it into the Guinness Book of World Records – as well as have lots of fun – and get fit!
It’s easy to take part: All you have to do is register online at www.bicycleinfo.nsw.gov.au. There will be a Guinness World Record Attempt button once you have registered and we will contact you nearer the time with information of meeting point and time for the Guinness World Record attempt.
Choose either the 16km City Ride, or the 55km Classic Ride. Both ride options start from North Sydney, cross over the Harbour Bridge, and go through the Royal Botanic Gardens and the City. The City Ride finishes in Pyrmont while the Classic Ride heads out through the picturesque Inner West to finish at Sydney Olympic Park.