National Cycle Challenge

 

The National Cycle Challenge runs from Monday 8 to Sunday 28 June and RGU would love to invite you all to take part!

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The National Cycle Challenge is a fun, free competition where RGU is competing against other businesses/workplaces to see who can get the most staff to try cycling. There are a host of prizes that you can win, as an added incentive!

Don’t worry if you haven’t cycled for years – you only have to ride a bike for just 10 minutes (or more) for your participation to count towards our team’s score. And you can ride anywhere, anytime – at work, on an evening, or at the weekend.

You can borrow a bike free of charge.

More information, including bike hire information, is available on RGyoU.

If you’re an experienced cyclists, it would be great to get you ‘on board’ – you can use your knowledge and experience to encourage your colleagues.

It only takes 2 minutes to register – go to Love to Ride, click ‘Register’ at the top of the page and join the RGU team!  Everyone who registers will be sent a “Cycling to Work” book which gives useful information, both for novice and experienced cyclists. If you have any questions, you can contact Judith Logan.

Also, don’t be put off by the “lycra brigade”.  Some people prefer to cycle in specialised cycle clothing, but that isn’t necessary, just chuck on a cycle helmet and cycle in anything you feel comfortable in!

Give it a go and help us pedal our way to victory!

 

 

 

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