My personal highlights from being at the Cycle Show 27th - 30th September 2018
In an era of political division and economic uncertainty, it’s often difficult to escape the feeling of isolation in day-to-day life. Thankfully, across the country each morning and afternoon, a different kind of community gathers.
As many cycling retailers and suppliers will tell you, the current period can be a tricky one to keep cyclists on the road, and persuade commuters off the trains and back onto two wheels.
Here are 10 reasons why encouraging employees to cycle to work is good for business.
We are delighted to announce that we have now launched our nationwide health and wellbeing initiative, which will aim to encourage more people riding to work than ever before. Free2Cycle is live!
Brett Dawson, former CEO of Dimension Data has just been announced as our new Chairman, bringing to the table more than 20 years worth of leadership experience.
There is a new business model in the mix that modernises the traditional payment process so that the end consumer does not end up paying for anything. Free2Cycle provides employees, regardless of income, with a free bike that is earned through pedal power.
Cycling’s proven health benefits - both physical and mental - is a popular topic of discussion within the national press, with new statistics constantly emerging on how cycling short distances regularly can further improve general health and wellbeing. The most recent study, showing that ‘pedal power’ can help heart disease and cancer, is enough to motivate the masses to mount their bikes and do something about the state of health in the UK.