Cycle to work
in March 2018

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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 March 1. The Cycle-Works Challenge will be held from 1 – 31 March 2018 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
36
Frances Greeshaw
Department of the Environment and Energy  
44
731.5km
1,611
57
Melissa Croaker
Dept Human Services  
43
692.2km
1,552
95
Paul Maisey
Department of the Environment and Energy  
43
241km
1,101
64
Chris Southby
Geoscience Australia  
43
472.6km
1,333
30
D Whitelaw
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare  
42
881.1km
1,721
47
Leanne Wilkinson
Department of the Environment and Energy  
41
678.2km
1,498
99
Karen English
 
41
257.4km
1,077
41
mark jenkins
Department of the Environment and Energy  
41
746km
1,566
68
matthew king
Australian National University  
40
497.4km
1,297
66
Mark Kettle
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet  
40
520.53km
1,321