Cycle to work
in November 2017

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Work Cycling Into Your Life

Do you ride your bike to work, or would you like to? 114,000 Canberrans regularly ride a bike, but only 3% of those people use their bike for transport.

The aim of Cycle Works is to get more Canberrans riding to work. Riding a bike is easy, cheap and fun. Your life is busy, so get your daily exercise on the way to work. Sign up, then encourage your friends, family and colleagues to sign up too.  

How It Works

Joining the challenge is as simple as riding your bike! Create your profile and set your goals before November 1. The Cycle-Works Challenge will be held from 1 – 30 November 2017 and will be based on a points system. Just for getting on your bike and logging a ride you will receive an automatic 20 points + a point for every kilometre you ride, it’s that easy. Meet or exceed your riding goals during the month to access fun rewards.

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Leaderboard
Rank
Name
Progress
Company
5
Bella Molloy
Leidos Australia  
73
1473.6km
2,934
1
John Bridge
Dept Human Services  
37
2115.4km
2,855
2
Andrew Chalklen
Department of the Environment and Energy  
76
1111km
2,631
3
Joy Terry
Canberra Institute of Technology  
48
1592.8km
2,553
10
Greg Parish
 
59
1248.1km
2,428
4
André Wheeley
Canberra Institute of Technology  
51
1406.8km
2,427
8
Andrew Stewart
ACMA  
65
1101.1km
2,401
9
Callum Mcnamara
Trek Bicycles  
33
1673.9km
2,334
6
Peter Beach
Parliament House  
50
1305.9km
2,306
7
Steve Richardson
Department of Immigration  
50
1285.1km
2,285