Cycling regularly may be better for your health, and the environment, but many people are nervous about their first ride. Starting something new can be intimidating and cycling is no exception.
We’ve covered the health, wealth and environmental benefits of the Bike2Work Scheme in recent blog posts, however, we’ve yet to focus on the number one question most employers have before they join the scheme:
How easy is it to purchase a bike through Bike2Work Scheme?
We’ve put together a full breakdown of the process from start to finish so you can find out for yourself!
Getting people to try something new is often a lot simpler than convincing them to make a permanent change. For most people, convenience is the most important thing even when informed of the long-term benefits to their health and wealth.
However, if you can counteract the downsides and make cycling to work easier for your staff, you’ll be far more likely to convince them to leave the car at home (For good!). Here at Bike2Work, we’re passionate about getting people cycling so we’ve put together a short list of ways you can keep your employees wheels turning full-time:
In our recent posts we’ve covered how to increase productivity and encourage your staff to live a healthier lifestyle, but one area that often holds businesses back is low employee engagement. Keeping engagement high and making sure your employees are motivated can have a very positive effect. Studies show that having a more engaged workforce leads to an increase in productivity, staff retention and innovation.
That’s why we’ve put together a short list of 4 ways you can increase morale and keep your employees engaged.
Keeping your employees happy and productive can feel like an uphill struggle for managers. On the one hand, monitoring your team every second of the working day can help to see where there is room for growth but it could also have a negative impact on employees who may feel pressured or discouraged. Vice versa, giving your employees too much independence could lead to people taking advantage and letting the team down.
Increasing productivity isn’t a set process you can follow step-by-step and what works for one business may not be helpful for yours. That’s why we’ve put together a list of a few different ways you can encourage your employees to be more productive and engaged.
As much as we all want to flop onto our couches at the end of the day, leading a sedentary lifestyle can have a really negative effect on our health. Spending 8 hours a day stuck behind a desk certainly doesn’t help, but there are ways you can help.
That’s why we’ve put together a list of a few different ways you can create a healthier work environment whilst increasing your employee’s productivity and focus.
Are you on autopilot during your commute? We get it, riding the same route everyday can become a little boring. So why not mix it up on the weekends?
City breaks aren’t just for dates, bring your bike and experience the UK a new way.
With Summer in full swing and the UK on the verge of reopening, we thought this would be a great time to let know some of our favourite cities to cycle in.
Read on to find out Bike2Works top cycling cities:
Leaving your car at home and cycling to work is a brilliant way to improve your health and wealth (Reduce those pesky petrol bills!).
With a rumoured heatwave coming we know many of you will be back in the saddle in the next few weeks, that’s why we’ve put together a few tips that’ll keep you speeding along on your ride to work.
They may be faster than a push bike and cheaper than a car, but many people are still hesitant to splash out on an electric bike.
Of course, this makes total sense, it can be hard to justify spending a large amount of money on something new.
But here at Bike2work, we believe the hype! Electric bikes are a brilliant, environmentally friendly, alternative to a car and there are options out there for everyone.
That’s why we’ve put together a quick list of some of our favourite e-bikes under £1000.
Read on to see our top e-bike recommendations for budget conscious cyclists: