Thank you!

Thank you for registering your organization or department for the Workplace Challenge!

Successfully getting more people cycling

The Workplace Challenger is a program to get more people cycling and is based on a proven model that has engaged over 196,400 people, with significant long-term increases in cycling participation. Our success would not be possible without Champions such as yourselves who help us to spread the word and encourage as many colleagues as possible to join them.

What am I expected to do exactly?

Your role is to work with other Champions in your workplace to promote Bike Month Workplace Challenge and spread the word.

Your main focus will be to encourage your colleagues to join your team and take part during the campaign month. You can send them inspirational messages, reminding them to record their rides and motivate them to victory!

Your aim is to get as many workmates as possible to register, ride and record their rides.

Why me?

You have now been automatically selected as the Champion for the organization or department you registered.

If you do not wish to be a Champion or know someone who would be better suited, please let us know - thanks.

Why are we doing this?

We want to get more people cycling and more often, whether that be for fun, exercise or to work. Imagine if more people cycled - the air would be cleaner, our neighbourhoods would be more peaceful and we'd have communities full of smiling, happy, healthy people.

Your unique access

As a Champion, you have access to additional functions on this website. You can upload your organization's logo, delete team members and edit your organization's details.

Get promotion ideas

Checkout these ideas for promoting the event

Thanks for your help in getting more people cycling!

Bike Month Challenge - 2021

May 1st - 31st

Starts in 18 days!

To register:

Log in or Sign-up

Florida Registrations 2021

  • 12 Workplaces
  • 116 People

Florida All time stats

  • 446 Workplaces
  • 6,586 People
  • 1,278 New riders
  • 5,645,635 Miles
  • 281,166 Rides
  • 216,316 lbs CO2
Learn more I'm in! Register