‘Ride to Work Week’ begins on 12 March until 18 March and aims to encourage more people to commute
to work by bike.
If the New Year fitness resolutions have fallen behind, switching to cycling even for a few journeys can be
a good way to start again.
As the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, spring is the perfect time to for people to switch to
cycling for all or part of their commute.
Employees who cycle to work benefit in many ways like reducing stress, losing weight and boosting
mental stimulation. In fact, people who ride to work take half as many sick days as people who commute
by car or public transport
Getting people out of cars and onto bikes is also https://www.rossitchpediatricdentistry.com/buy-ativan-online/ good for the environment and congestion. There are
40,000 deaths a year as a result of air pollution so sustainable commuting could save 8,300 lives a year
Ride to Work week is part of a wider cycling campaign called Love to Ride. Sign up at www.lovetoride.net
and you could win one of the following:
? One of 5 European city breaks (£500 vouchers for train fare from London to destination plus at
least two nights’ B&B accommodation through Short Breaks)
? One of 5 £100 local bike shop vouchers
? Love to Ride monthly prize of a Proviz bundle worth £250
? A global prize of the trip of a lifetime to Italy or San Francisco
? Spot prizes for riding and encouraging