If you took part in the Love to Ride UK in September 2019, why not challenge yourself again this March? Log your rides to/from work and you will be entered into the daily prize draws. For more information, please see here.
This event is open to all the employees working on the Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge Business Park and St John’s Innovation Park. You must register here as there is a cost involved. You don’t have to be physically fit, as you can jog or walk the entire route.
Commute Smart Week is held annually to raise the awareness of implementing smarter ways of commuting during the winter months. Commute Smart week provides a real opportunity to revise tired working practices, think about how and where people work and set about adopting flexible approaches to people management as a key component of effective change.
The key elements of Commute Smart Week are: Smarter Working; Encouraging Employees to travel outside peak commuting times; Remote and Agile Working; Virtual Meetings; and Road Congestion and Safety. Find out more here.
Hundreds of employers use the Week to train staff, raise awareness, or partner with local schools, community groups and road safety professionals to promote safer roads. Find out more here.
Encouraging employees to join the liftshare network in order to save money, cut their carbon footprint and meet like-minded people. Simply sign up, add your journey and find your match. It's that easy. Find out more here.
This autumn, join in Paths for All’s Step Count Challenge. Kicking off on Monday 28 October, the challenge runs for 4 weeks and aims to get people walking more in and around the working day. You can find out more and to register, please visit here.
Cambridge Festival of Cycling returns throughout September. Something for all ages and abilities. For detailed programme, please see here.
Welcome to Open Cambridge, a celebration of Cambridge’s history, architecture, art and gardens. Throughout Friday 13 and Saturday 14 September join them for walks, talks, tours and exhibitions that will highlight aspects of the City’s history – natural and cultural, civic and religious, scholarly, recreational and industrial. For more information on the programme, please see here.
Stagecoach will be hosting a pop up event at Sidney Street for Catch The Bus Week on Thursday 4th July. Hattie The Community Bus will be parked up outside Boots in Cambridge City Centre between 1000 and 1600, free on-bus meditation sessions throughout the day, free bus tickets giveaways and find out more about bus travel here.
This is the second year Electric Bike Sales are hosting this event in Cambridge. Last year was really popular with ebikes and TESLA. TESLA even managed to sell some cars from the event. This year we are sharing Jesus Green with the London to Cambridge Bike Ride and they are expecting 4.5 to 5k people throughout the day. There will be eBikes, EVs and electric motorbikes.
If anyone is interested in doing London to Cambridge bike ride, Electric Bike Sales are lending up to 5 eBikes free of charge for the event. For more information, email:firstname.lastname@example.org