At Love to Ride we fully support the UK Government’s position on cycling, which it says is central to getting the economy moving again and is a great way to get your daily exercise. 

We encourage you to #ChooseCycling as your main mode for essential travel and as a fun, enjoyable form of daily exercise. 

Riding a bike has so many benefits for our physical and mental health. It helps combat stress and anxiety, releases happy chemicals and strengthens our immune systems.

#ChooseCycling. Read CyclingUK’s latest advice on how to keep safe riding, set a goal for Bike Month in June and share your stories about how you’re keeping active.

We've launched a new website as a guide for biking in the Coronavirus Era with all the information you need:

Tips for riding during the Coronavirus Era

Has the current situation led you to take up cycling for the first time in a while? Want to learn more about the benefits of cycling? 

We've put together a host of handy articles to help you find some answers!

4 Things to Get You Started

How biking boosts your immune system

8 health benefits of biking

How to look after your bike at home

How to master the art of the bike

Indoor rides

We appreciate that some people can’t go outside and ride a bike at the moment as they are in a high risk category as it relates to Covid-19. Therefore, we’ made an exception for indoor rides on a stationary bike or trainer and allowing them be logged on Love to Ride between  March 2020 anduntil 1 August 2020. This means they'll add to your rider stats and they’ll be included in our prize draws until 1 August

After 1 August 2020 it will no longer be possible to log indoor rides on your profile. 

We encourage everyone who is able to go out and enjoy a bike ride to do so at this time. Cycling brings us so many benefits, including the health benefits and happiness of being out in the fresh air, exercising and feeling connected with the world around us.

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2020 Cycle September

  • 22 Organisations
  • 274 Participants
  • 35 New riders
  • 40,530 Miles
  • 2,806 Trips
  • 2,686 lbs CO2

2020 Cycle September stats

  • 1,996 Organisations
  • 25,855 Participants
  • 2,072 New riders
  • 3,931,786 Miles
  • 278,056 Trips
  • 336,006 lbs CO2

West Lothian all time stats

  • 46 Organisations
  • 865 People
  • 217 New riders
  • 1,072,347 Miles
  • 73,147 Rides
  • 164,912 lbs CO2
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