2018 Smarter Travel Cycle Challenge

Smarter Travel’s Annual Cycle Challenge takes place this year from 9th – 29th May 2018. The Challenge is open to staff and students of all Smarter Travel Workplace and Campus partners.

A team event for 3 – 6 people, the aim is to get on your bike and get moving; to work, college, the shops, the school run, whenever you need to get around.

The challenge is for cyclists of all levels – 25% who took part in last year’s Challenge classified themselves as ‘new/ returning cyclists’.

Please see:

  • here for the coordinators guide (this contains great information for cyclists in addition to ways on how to promote cycling in your organisation!; 
  • here for the participants guide; and
  • here for a link to a printable version of our eye catching poster!

Some comments from last year’s participants on their experiences of the Challenge:

  • “Great to be back on the bike”
  • “Saved money”
  • “Enjoyed a different route every day”
  • “I have continued to cycle every day!! – I love it!!”

Participating workplaces and campuses will be listed here when and as they register, or keep an eye out for posters advertising the Challenge where you are. You’ll then be able to go over to www.activetravellogger.ie, register (if you haven’t already) and join the Cycle Challenge with your workplace.

 

Participating Workplaces

  • ALD Merrion Fleet
    Analog Devices International
    Arup
    Bank of America Merrill Lynch
    BD Medical
    Clifton Scannell Emerson Associates
    Cork City Council
    Cork County Council
    Coupa
    daa
    Deloitte
    Dublin City council
    Galway University Hospital
    Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA)
    Henry J Lyons Architects
    Mayo County Council
    Medtronic
    Oracle Emea Ltd
    Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital
    PayPal
    Roughan & O’Donovan
    South Dublin County Council
    SSE Airtricity
    St Vincent’s University Hospital
    The National Maternity Hospital
    Three Ireland
    Transport infrastructure ireland
    Waterford Council

Participating Campuses

  • GMIT
    Mary Immaculate College
    The University of Limerick
    Dublin City University
    Dublin Institute of Technology
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