And the results were spectacular: 57,162 people from 1,965 workplaces logged a ride, including 3,780 people who hadn't ridden a bike at all - or only a few times - in the last twelve months. Altogether, Cycle September participants clocked up over 9.5 MILLION miles, saving more than 325,000kg of CO2 (that's the equivalent of twenty-five return flights from Edinburgh to Auckland).
We had 757 prizewinners who were rewarded for riding or encouraging others to ride and thousands of people helped to build a real buzz for biking by sharing their stories on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and our new - and very, very popular - Stories feature:
We'll be sending out surveys to everyone who took part during the week commencing Monday 21 October. Please look out for this in your inbox - our members' responses will help us to run even bigger and better events in 2020 and after! (Plus you can win some amazing prizes for responding...).
If you missed out on the Global Bike Challenge this year, make sure you hear about our exciting plans for 2020 by signing up with Love to Ride today at lovetoride.net.
*To mark the clocks going back in the UK, we'll be giving away a Beryl Laserlight to one lucky winner each day Monday to Thursday (21-24th October) next week. One survey respondent will also win a Laserlight (we'll also be giving away 5x Loffi Gloves and a £600 Ribble voucher)