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Bike to Work, the Switzerland-wide biking marketing campaign, is again for its 2024 version

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Be a part of this 12 months’s Bike to Work marketing campaign, which inspires staff in corporations throughout Switzerland to commute by bicycle as typically as potential all through the months of Could and June.

Collaborating is simple: first kind a workforce of 4, give your workforce a reputation and register it on the Bike to Work web site. No workforce? No drawback: you too can request to hitch an incomplete workforce.

There aren’t any registration charges or minimal distance necessities, and a part of your journey could be undertaken by public transport. Non-cyclists are usually not ignored: one workforce member is allowed to commute on foot, by skateboard or by some other technique of non-motorised transport. 

This 12 months, CERN’s participation within the Bike to Work problem takes on a brand new dimension. We can be taking part alongside the Canton of Geneva and greater than 40 different native entities, together with municipalities, autonomous public institutions and different worldwide organisations in Geneva.

This implies a number of tens of hundreds of us can be coming to work by bike, which can ship a powerful and constructive message in favour of energetic mobility, bodily exercise and good well being in Geneva. The “huge winners” can be rewarded with a particular prize provided by the Canton of Geneva.

Yow will discover extra detailed details about the final occasion and our very personal “Bike to CERN” initiative, which runs all 12 months spherical, on the Bike to Work and Bike to CERN webpages. 

Security first: don’t neglect to take a look at the Security guidelines for biking and the Street security pages and to finish the web course Street Visitors – Bike Using earlier than getting within the saddle.

Could the solar shine and the roads be secure for you all!

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