Rolls-Royce, Daimler and Ford Europe have all successfully implemented Love to Ride programs to improve team morale, increase health outcomes, and reduce carbon emissions.
Rolls-Royce started using the Love to Ride platform in 2019 and secured first place in the global challenge that year!
As the global winners, the staff celebrated along with Rolls-Royce's Director of Health, Safety and Environment.
It’s great for my health, to skip traffic, and help CO2. - Gareth M.
It's fun to have a challenge with friends, family, and colleagues. - Ross W.
It was fun and generated healthy competition at work. -Simon F.
Daimler’s Oregon (US) facility is a longtime participant in Love to Ride programs.
By getting more people riding, everyone benefits—we have healthier, happier people, organizations, and communities. -Rachel R., workplace champion
21% of all Daimler Oregon employees have participated in the Love to Ride program.
Spurred on by fun rewards, the team competition has been"fierce," with nearly 200 new riders who still cycle today.
Collectively, Daimler participants have logged over 57,000 rides, 643,628 miles, and saved 152,000 lbs of C02!
Ford Europe is the most recent auto-sector company to jump into the Love to Ride program. Three Ford sites enthusiastically participated in the recent ‘Biketober’ program.
A healthy competition ensued: Ford Deutschland won in the large company size category, with Ford Spain and Ford Britain coming in 5th and 7th places, respectively. Great going for their first time participating in a Love to Ride challenge!
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