WE RUN A YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMME OF EVENTS:

To help more people experience the benefits of riding.


What's it all about?

Riding a bike has significant benefits for you as an individual, our communities and our planet.  

Riding a bike can help:

  • prevent the decline of your immune system in the short and long-term.
  • cut the risk of cancer and heart disease by 45%
  • boost your mental health, helping to make you feel happier and more connected to your surroundings and less prone to depression than other forms of transport
  • reduce stress and anxiety - any form of physical exercise is good for reducing stress. Cycling can help take your mind off problems, or give you a chance to think about things calmly. 
  • reduce congestion and pollution, which contributes to 40,000 premature deaths annually in the UK
  • reduce cost on public health - the NHS could save billions through reduced obesity, diabetes and heart disease


How can I take part?

1. Anyone, anywhere can register for Love to Ride. You can record your mileage, set yourself goals and earn badges too. 

2. For our 4 main events, and at other times throughout the year, enjoying a ride and logging it on your Love to Ride profile will enter you into the draw for amazing prizes including brand new bikes, gear, vouchers and more! 


REGISTER HERE



Have a question about cycling in the Coronavirus era?

We've pulled together the latest advice on how to keep safe whilst cycling, tips to help you take up cycling and a link to our brand new website that has all the reasons why biking is important as ever! Find out more here.



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Event status

Now complete!

ANNOUNCEMENTS

2020 Cycle September

  • 104 Organisations
  • 1,992 Participants
  • 113 New riders
  • 307,438 Miles
  • 21,070 Trips
  • 20,938 lbs CO2

2020 Cycle September stats

  • 1,996 Organisations
  • 25,856 Participants
  • 2,072 New riders
  • 3,931,840 Miles
  • 278,063 Trips
  • 336,020 lbs CO2

Scotland all time stats

  • 896 Organisations
  • 14,448 People
  • 2,708 New riders
  • 32,103,388 Miles
  • 1,100,820 Rides
  • 2,256,947 lbs CO2
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