Snedden Hall & Gallop is a Canberra law firm that has provided legal services in the ACT and surrounding region for over 54 years.

They approach clients as colleagues, offering personal and practical legal advice to guarantee efficient and effective solutions.

Snedden Hall & Gallop have been long-term supporters of Pedal Power ACT and the Canberra cycling community and are always available to provide advice and guidance.    


We encourage all Big Canberra Bike Ride participants to help us achieve our aim of creating a safer cycling environment in the ACT and nationally by fundraising for the Amy Gillett Foundation

The Amy Gillett Foundation is a charity with one purpose - reducing the incidence of death and injury of bike riders. 


The 2018 Big Canberra Bike Ride accommodation venue partner is Abode Apartment Hotels.

Abode is offering Big Canberra Bike Ride participants a special discount of 5% off the best available rate when you book using the code ‘pedalpower’.

Abode welcomes both you and your bike, with bike washing facilities, a secure lock up – and you can even take your bike to your room with you.

Reservations can be made by phoning Abode central reservations on 1300 1 ABODE (1300 122 633 – during business hours (8:30am – 5:00pm) or by emailing

You can also book online. Don’t forget to enter the promo code ‘pedalpower’ after you enter the dates of your stay to get 5% off the best available rate.


Cycle City have been a long-term supporter of Pedal Power ACT events and activities and we welcome their involvement in the 2018 Big Canberra Bike Ride.

The team from Cycle City will be on hand in the event hub to sort out any last minute mechanical issues before the start. 

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Ziggys Fresh is one of the oldest fruit market stores in Canberra.

Family owned and operated since the business began, Ziggys continues to provide fresh, quality seasonal produce to market-goers every week.

We thank Ziggys for continuing to support us by providing refreshment for Big Canberra Bike Ride participants at the 2018 event.