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6 August, 2020 (All day)

Cycle to Work Day (with a difference).

The Wellhub Team

We’re back for another year! Yes, that’s nine years running in case you were keeping count. This year is a little different of course. With commutes now feeling like a distant memory for many of us, you might be thinking ‘Cycle to…Who? What? Where? Day’. It’s 2020, and we’re embracing the unknown. Rather than swapping your commute, we’re asking you to ride anywhere, for any reason and with anyone. It’s still Cycle to Work Day, but with a new twist!  
 

Whether you’ve still got a commute or not, you can get involved. This year, joining in with Cycle to Work Day means trying something different. Whether it’s early morning exercise, leaving the car on the drive as you nip to the shops, or going for a socially distanced cycle with friends and family. You might even be able to squeeze in a quick lunch-break ride. Whatever journey you’re planning on Thursday 6th August 2020, get on your bike!  
 

Here’s what you need to know 

 

Joining in with the big day is simple. Just hop on your bike, log your journey on Love to Ride and inspire others to get involved alongside you.  

 

  • Download the Love to Ride app from the App Store or Google Play  Create your profile on the Cyclescheme Community   
  • If you use Strava or Under Armour Connected Fitness, sync your tracker app to your Love to Ride account. Or, track with Love to Ride itself.   
  • Log your Cycle to Work Day ride for the chance to win prizes   

 

We want to see everyone saddling up. Whether it’s been days, or years since you last rode a bike. So, dust off your old bicycle, borrow a friend’s or hire a Santander Cycle for a few hours.  
 

As ever, there are some brilliant prizes up for grabs! Simply log your journey to be in with the chance to win.
 

We also want to see your cycling selfies, bike ride views and journey logs across social media. It’s all in the name of spreading the joy of cycling across the nation. With so many great benefits to health, wellbeing and the environment, sharing your experience could inspire others to get pedalling.  Simply post your photos with the hashtag #CycletoWorkDay