Every Ride Counts is back for 2019 in June!
EVERY RIDE COUNTS 2019 – Could You Take the challenge?!
- When: June 3 – June 30
- Where: Plymouth
Take on the workplace challenge and see if you can win prizes (worth up to £100) for getting on your bike in June!
Register and recommend someone to register and win cycling goodies and/or a prize draw!
Best Team, Best Individual, Best Photo and Every Ride Counts Workplace Award are up for grabs too!
Last year, Plymouth City Council’s Plymotion team organised Plymouth’s first Workplace Cycle Challenge. The challenge pits teams from organisations in Plymouth against each other to achieve the most bike trips through their daily commutes. This year’s challenge will see teams competing again for the top place, and each bike trip they take, whether a long or short journey, counts.
One of last year’s participants said: “I have often thought about riding my bike to work but always found an excuse not to! This was just what I needed to get me to take the plunge and I have carried on cycling into work now the Plymotion event is over…”
Win fantastic Prizes!
Employers could win the Every Ride Counts Workplace Award, nominated by their employees/ volunteers (registered to do the challenge) for being a cycle-friendly employer. Participants can win up to £100 worth of vouchers for best team (four in a team) and best individual. There is also a prize draw of £50 worth of vouchers up for grabs when you register.
From 3 – 30 June 2019 (including Bike Week 8 – 16 June) we would like you to join us to take on this challenge. Increasing the number of people cycling to work and leaving the car at home can;
- Improve the health and wellbeing of staff
- Help solve limited office parking spaces
- Cut down travel costs to work
- Reduce traffic congestion
- Lower carbon emission
» Registration to enter Every Ride Counts opens 30 April and closes 7 June 2019.
To find out more about the challenge, contact Plymotion@plymouth.gov.uk. Visit the Every Ride Counts 2019 webpage or follow us on our Facebook page and Twitter account for more news and updates about the challenge.