Cycle September (Love to Ride)
Cycle September – the workplace bike challenge – is back for 2022!
As more organisations and individuals are thinking about sustainability, cost-saving, health, and wellbeing, it’s a great time to promote riding a bike.
Register your workplace for Cycle September and bring your team together to work on a common goal – getting more people on bikes.
It doesn’t matter if employees are in the office, working from home, or working full or part-time. Cycle September is about getting more people riding bikes and making the choice to switch cars for handlebars where they can.
Taking part in Cycle September is easy. People can ride whenever and wherever they like throughout September. It’s not about the number of miles they ride, it’s about taking part, having fun, and promoting the many benefits of riding a bike. Once someone has been for a ride, they log it on the Love to Ride site to earn points and gain entries into prize draws.
Last year 51,879 riders from 6,941 businesses took part, and this year is going to be bigger and better. There are over 700 prizes to be won and leaderboards that are split by size and industry – so even if your workplace is small, you can still aim for the top spot.
Cycle September is a free program that we are offering to all organisations so we can work together to achieve our health, wellness, and sustainability goals.
Find out more and register your organisation at lovetoride.net/gm
Help your workplace climb the leaderboards or ride solo to earn points and win prizes! As always, there are significant points available for encouraging others. Why? Because Cycle September is all about helping more people fall in love with riding! Now let’s start spreading the love.
How can I get more people on their bikes?
To help you rally other riders, we’ve created a Promo Pack and resources page filled with images and pre-written messages. Share your favourites on Whatsapp, Slack, Email, Teams, morse code, or smoke signals and see how many people you can get to join you.
|Start||Thursday 1 Sep 2022|
|Finish||Thursday 1 Sep 2022|