The Love to Ride Blog

Creating a more bike friendly world

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2021 - it's been a ride!

It's been 35,272,721 rides to be exact! As the year draws to a close, we have taken a deep dive into the data and have a lot to share with you. Spotify might be able to tell you which song you listene...

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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...

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Supporting Scottish Workplaces

Did you know that over half of all journeys taken in Scotland are under 3.2 miles and 15% are under 0.7 miles? This means that hopping on a bike could be a great option for many of your employees. 

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Tips to Win Cycle September - Champs Webinar

Want to know how to motivate and inspire your co-workers to ride for Cycle September? From big to small and spanning a range of industries - we've called on some of our most engaged and successful Cha...

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Supporting Women to Ride webinar

For our Supporting More Women to Ride webinar we hosted a webinar with some of the best women in biking in Scotland. We came together to share data and discuss how to support more women to enjoy cycli...

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Rider's Stories - April 2021

At Love to Ride we have one mission: to get more people riding bikes. One of our favorite things is hearing inspiring stories, direct from our riders. The Love to Ride Stories feed is the best place t...

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Best of Bike Month: Ways to Engage

We had three excellent biking program specialists share the engagement strategies that have worked well in their areas.

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Reasons to Ride this International Women's Day

Last year the world saw a boom in women taking to two wheels (or three, or four). For International Women’s Day 2021 we asked our riders to share videos with us - all starting with "I love to ride bec...

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Ride It Out with 99-year-old Norman Gregory

Love To Ride Suffolk, supported by Suffolk County Council Highways and the Most Active County Partnership, are encouraging Suffolk residents to join Norman and get out on their bikes as well.

Our Behaviour Change Framework

Watch this short video that explains how we have implemented behavior change methods into the Love to Ride platform. 

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2020 in Numbers

2020 was a tough year on a number of levels. We were asked to stay closer to home, keep our distance and even spend less time together. Despite the trying times we all experienced, as human beings tha...

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GSK Winter Wheelers Webinar

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