Cycle commuters arriving at work
Doing everything possible to encourage employees to commute by cycle and to cycle for work purposes helps improve the health and productivity of a workforce, lowers the cost of business transport and eases congestion at peak time.

Affiliating your cycling group to CTC brings many benefits
If you are involved in the running of a cycling club, workplace or community cycling group you can affiliate to CTC to access support for your group activities, cycle events and individual members.

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

Milton Keynes Workplace Challenge Participants
Workplace Cycle Challenge Case Studies - 10 Apr 2012 - Case Study
Over the last three years we have run 28 Workplace Cycle Challenges, engaging more than 47,000 people and 2,600 organisations

Becoming a cycle-friendly employer - 21 Mar 2012 - Article
Becoming a cycle-friendly employer makes sense. Encouraging cycling helps tackle the business costs of congestion, reduces an organisation's impact on the local and wider environment and even attracts some tax incentives. What's more, it's likely that levels of absenteeism will drop.

A cycle commuter on his way to work
Tax incentives - 15 Mar 2012 - Article
Cycle commuting is a convenient way for people to fit exercise into the daily routine, and work-related travel by cycle helps ease congestion and is good for the economy and the environment. To help, the Government has introduced a range of cycle-friendly tax incentives for employers and employees.

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