The Aotearoa Bike Challenge is a fun, free competition to encourage your colleagues to experience first hand joys and benefits of riding a bike. There are lots of fantastic prizes on offer to tempt your team, which we'll announce as the Challenge approaches!
You and your workplace team earn points for every kilometre you ride, every day you ride, and for every person you encourage to sign-up (they don't have to be in your team - they just have to log a ride in the Aotearoa Bike Challenge). The points system has been carefully selected to ensure a fair and exciting competition, and to strongly encourage teams to engage new riders if they want to climb the leaderboard and secure victory.
You'll compete against other workplace teams of comparable sizes. Ride anywhere, anytime for just 10 minutes to participate. Prizes will be awarded to the top folks in the individual leaderboard categories and some lucky participants will win for certain activities including encouraging other to ride or logging trips. The more often you log rides and encourage others to log their rides, the more likely you are to win a prize!
You've got all of February to get out and earn points!
You and your colleagues can win some great prizes!
A fun activity for your whole team
A friendly competition between staff teams and other local organisations
Generate community benefits (environmental, health, congestion, etc.)
Prize incentives including bikes and more
All this and it's entirely FREE for your company and staff
Follow these four steps:
Register on this website, it's free. Register here
Ride a bike anywhere, anytime for at least 10 minutes during the Challenge (1-28 February)
Record your ride on this site and tell your friends and coworkers about the Challenge.
Reward yourself and your friends by winning prizes!
Register before midnight on Thursday 24 December and you could win a brand new eBike announced on Christmas Day. Once you’re registered, you’ll receive all the tips you need to get started! Sign up now at aotearoa.bike
18 December 2020
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