The Love to Ride Blog

Creating a more bike friendly world

UK: Inspiring Stories From Biking Challenges

Fun biking challenges are central to Love to Ride’s behaviour change programme. As we reflect on 2023, we’re consistently amazed by how much positive impact our challenges have had on the participants...

The 23 Million Mile Challenge

This year the inaugural Cycling World Championships came to Glasgow and across Scotland to showcase the Power of the Bike. This was cycling with a difference. 13 individual UCI World Championships wer...

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Success stories from around the world

Nothing compares to the positive stories and messages that our riders share on the Love to Ride stories feed and on social media. They have the power to inspire people to ride more or to overcome a ba...

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The stories that made 2022

The most important pieces of the puzzle at Love to Ride aren’t the stats or the prizes, it’s the riders themselves. They make us what we are and they keep the wheels of the business turning from day t...

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The Riders Behind the Data 2021

2021 has been a whirlwind of bike rides, badges, challenges, and lasting behavior change. Around the globe, the Love to Ride community has overcome barriers, pushed themselves to ride more, and encour...

Intentions beyond September

Year in, year out the Love to Ride team delivers Cycle September, our global workplace biking challenge. With a particular focus on recruiting businesses, this friendly competition gives them an oppor...

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Rider's Stories - February 2021

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The best stories from 2020

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Cycle September Success In Spite of Covid-19

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How to Spread the (G)Love on Your Ride to Work

Carvel Lonsdale is 54 and he's cycled in the past but 'been on holiday' from his bikes for some years. He works for Lancashire's Children and Families Well Being Service and his cycling goal for 2019 ...

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