Cyclescheme is the UK's most popular cycle to work benefit, creating more cyclists than any other provider.

Cycle to Work Day 2015 in numbers

Cycle to Work Day 2015 in numbers

Cycle to Work Day 2015 was an incredible event with your help. Find out exactly what your pledges helped to achieve.

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In addition to this we know that thousands of people took part without pledging their miles, so although we can’t report on their miles (or enter them into the prize draw) we’re confident that the real number is much, much higher!

Cycle to Work Day also dominated social media all day long…

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Want to help us measure the success of Cycle to Work Day?

Take our short survey and let us know whether the big day had a positive effect on you and your workplace.

Cycle to Work Day 2015 Survey 

We’re pleased to announce our competition winners:

Pledges win prizes winners: Ade Roberts, Lee Burling and Ginnette Richell

Fitness First 12 month gym pass winner: Joel Ryan

Photo competition winners (judged by Elaine Curtain of Road.CC): L

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See all the photo's from Cycle to Work Day 2015

See all our competition winners from Cycle to Work Day 2015

Don’t forget…

If you want to keep riding all year around and need some kit, Cyclescheme will save you at least 25% on everything you need! You can choose from:


You can also shop online or in-store via Cyclescheme’s network of 2,000 retailers! Head over to the retailer finder to find your local store or the calculator to check your savings.

For more detials you can watch our short video.


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One more thing. If you’re up for doing some more riding and winning some more prizes, our friends over at Love to Ride are running a Ride to Work Week

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Register with Love to Ride and log at least one ride to work this week using the Love to Ride GPS app (open this link on your smartphone to install) and you could win a brand-spanking-new Brompton folding bike, a sweet set of Ortlieb panniers or a classic Brooks saddle.

Visit Love to Ride