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Get on your bike for workplace riding challenge

Cycling

The Aotearoa Bike Challenge is back and Hastings individuals and businesses are encouraged to join this fun, free competition to get more people out enjoying the benefits of cycling during the month of February.

Run by Love to Ride, challenge participants can cycle anywhere they like, any time they like during the month, and they only need to ride for 10 minutes for it to count. There will be live leaderboards on the challenge website showing which organisations are on top. Individuals earn points for riding and encouraging others to ride, and these points count towards their organisation’s total, putting them in the running for prizes. Can you top Hastings District Council’s stats? Last year, our riders clocked up 6,893 kilometres and 517 trips in total.

For all the information and to register and record your rides go to www.aotearoa.bike

31 January 2022

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