Cycle to Work campaign

Female cyclist standing by a full bike rack

Our Cycle to Work campaign ran in 2013 and highlighted the simple steps that employers could take to make it more appealing for staff to travel by bike.  

More than 2,000 people took part in our survey.

  • 44% of respondents told us that the main reason that they didn’t cycle to work was because they wouldn’t feel safe doing so
  • 22% said that the lack of facilities at their workplace was the main reason that they didn’t cycle to work

We asked employers to play their part by improving facilities and supporting cycle training. We asked the government to introduce a Cycle to Work standard, similar to the Cycle Friendly Employer award operating in Scotland. Thousands of people signed our petition in support of this and helped us to raise the profile of cycling to work.

Find out about our current campaigns.

Read our tips for changing the commuting culture in your office

Promote cycling to work with workplace posters