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A few years or so ago, many people would not have seen the relevance of cycling to most workplaces. That has changed!

It’s becoming increasingly clear that businesses and other employers have a role to play and that they benefit from getting involved. More and more are doing so.

These benefits are varied, covering health and wellbeing, sustainability and the hard-nosed realities of finances. They range from the tangible to the intangible – those which directly benefit the business or those which enhance the wellbeing of people and wider society. There is an expanding body of research, both in New Zealand and overseas, to support these assertions.

View the benefits of workplaces encouraging their people to ride bikes.

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Health and wellbeing

Why riding bikes makes your people healthier and helps your organisation.

Sustainability and environment

Why riding bikes is good for the environment and reducing your carbon footprint.

Economic

Why riding bikes saves money and helps the business bottom line.