Welcome to the world’s biggest group ride!

Bike riding is going global this September as we all try to get more people riding than ever before.

Help your workplace climb the leaderboards or ride solo to earn points and win prizes! As always, there are significant points available for encouraging others. Why? Because Cycle September is all about helping more people fall in love with riding! Now let’s start spreading the love.


Here’s all the essential information:

👉  Earn points for every day and mile you ride

👉  Earn MEGA points for encouraging others to ride

👉  Ride with your workplace, as an individual, or with a club/group and climb the leaderboards

👉  More points equals a better spot on the leaderboard and more prize entries!


How can I take part?

You can take part in three ways:

  • As an individual - you'll enter the drawings for great prizes and compete with others on the individual leaderboards
  • With a workplace - your workplace will compete on the workplace leaderboards to earn the most points. You'll enter the drawings for individual prizes and help your workplace win in its size category
  • With a club/group - clubs don't earn points, but are a great way to keep track of how much riding you and your friends can do in September

Here’s how the points system works:

Blue rectangle containing yellow squares denoting point allocation for riding and encouraging.


Want to learn about encouraging others and why we love it? Click below to find out more.

Why we love encouraging


Workplace leaderboards

Workplaces will compete in one of 7 size categories on local, national, global and industry specific leaderboards.

 

Example leaderboard:

Leaderboard showing the top 5 teams



How can I get more people on their bikes?

To help you rally other riders, we will provide you with a promo pack filled with images and pre-written messages to share - coming soon!

Let’s show the world that life is better when it’s pedal-powered. Are you ready to ride?



Philadelphia All time stats

  • 227 Workplaces
  • 2,845 People
  • 631 New riders
  • 2,880,756 Miles
  • 203,493 Rides
  • 261,511 lb CO2
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