Cyclescheme Prizes

Cyclescheme and Love to Ride have a shared mission to get more people cycling. Throughout 2019 and beyond, our exclusive partnership will focus on getting more people in the saddle than ever before and celebrating those that make a change to their commutes and, ultimately, their lives.

Below are the prizes available exclusively to the Love to Ride Cyclescheme community. Being part of Love to Ride and Love to Ride Cyclescheme means you have double the chances to win big during main events throughout the year. See what's up for grabs from the National prizes pot here

Bike Week 2019

To celebrate the launch of Bike Week 2019 we've teamed up with Cycling UK (the fantastic charity behind the event) and have a challenge that could reward you for riding to work during Bike Week.

What's up for grabs? 

To help grease your wheels, we've got two Trek bikes up for grabs (a gents and a ladies).


Main Prizes:

How do I win a new bike?

All you need to do is take part in the 4th day of Bike Week's #7daysofcycling activities. 

Day 4 (June 12th) is the day that Bike Week participants are encouraged to cycle to work! Cyclescheme will be allowing anyone that logs a commute on that day to be entered into a prize draw to win one of the two bikes mentioned above.

The specifics:

  • You must log a commute on this community on June 12th as part of Bike Week's #7daysofcycling 
  • It can be part of a journey (a split commute), a whole journey or a return trip
  • There's no minimum distance 



Taking part:

If you're already a member of the Cyclescheme Love to Ride community, all you need to do is log those journeys! 

If you want to join the Cyclescheme Love to Ride community and take part in the Bike Week 2019 challenge, follow the links below:

1. Register for free
2. Enjoy a ride and record it on your profile
3. Earn badges and set goals 
4. Invite friends and colleagues to join in the fun 
5. Get rewards and win prizes

Terms and conditions can be seen here.


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