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Is there a Workplace Cycle Challenge near you?

There are new challenges in Manchester, York, Chichester, Reading, Hertfordshire, the Isle of Wight and Leicestershire.
Man City boss Roberto Mancini takes part in the Workplace Cycle Challenge

Do you live or work in Greater Manchester, York, Chichester, Reading, Hertfordshire, the Isle of Wight or Leicestershire? Can you get your colleagues to go cycling?

Hundreds of businesses will register for Cycle Challenges this summer.

Businesses across the UK are signing up to take part in one of many Workplace Cycle Challenges being organised by the CTC and Challenge for Change.

Sign up your workplace for free to win a hot air balloon ride, spa day, cinema tickets, a brand new bike and loads more prizes. Visit the local websites for more details:

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Chichester Workplace Cycle Challenge - successfully getting more people on bikes

A county council employee and the managing director of a local business talk about their experiences of the Chichester Workplace Cycle Challenge
Jane Noble, the Chichester Workplace Challenge winner, with her new bike

Jane Noble – West Sussex County Council - Winner of a new Specialized Cross Trail

Jane used to enjoy the occasional commute into work by bike, but this activity was curtailed following the loss or theft of her trusty steed. The challenge has been a catalyst in motivating Jane to cycle the nine miles to work again on an older bike than the one she owned, so she began contemplating buying a new one. Winning the new bike is a real windfall and will help Jane to satisfy her desire to ride to work again more frequently.

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Workplace Cycle Challenge Case Studies

Over the last three years we have run 28 Workplace Cycle Challenges, engaging more than 47,000 people and 2,600 organisations
Milton Keynes Workplace Challenge Participants

You can see the results of all of our Workplace Cycle Challenge projects on the Challenge for Change  results web page. 

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  • Patron: Her Majesty The Queen
  • President: Jon Snow
  • Chief Executive: Paul Tuohy
  • Cyclists' Touring Club (CTC): A company limited by guarantee, registered in England no.25185. Registered as a charity in England and Wales No 1147607 and in Scotland No SC042541

 

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