Commuting to work
Bike Week begins on 30 May 2021 and there never has been a more important time to celebrate cycling.
Life has been turned upside down, and whether you are new to cycling or have been riding for a while, making cycling a part of your everyday routine has become more important than ever.
Bike Week is an opportunity to go cycling, celebrate cycling (win prizes) and is something you can easily do by biking from home.
With so many conversations taking place digitally, many of us are clocking up even more hours staring at screens, as we connect to people through digital platforms.
Taking just 30 minutes to fit in a bike ride can be great for your physical and mental health. Cycling is a great way to fit around your schedule. Be healthy is one of the 7 days of Bike Week and it’s the perfect time to build good habits that will help you perform better at work too.
Not everyone is working from home right now as many essential workers are still commuting by bike. You may be new to cycle commuting, as we know more people are changing the way they travel and the government is actively encouraging people to try walking and cycling wherever possible. If this is you, check out our handy guide for beginners.
Whether you are a seasoned commuter or taking to the bike for the first time, make sure you use the hashtag #7daysofcycling when you post on social media during Bike Week to be in with a chance of winning a prize!