Queen’s Cycle Challenge

The Challenge 2011 is a fun, free competition to encourage you to try cycling.

Schools and Directorates across the University are invited to compete to see who can get the most members of staff to ride a bike to work between Monday 9 May and Friday 24 June 2011.
What is the Challenge?
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The Queen’s University Cycle Challenge 2011 is a fun, free competition to encourage people working at the University to remember the joys and benefits of riding a bike. It's all about participation - which School or Directorate can get the most members of staff cycling?

Schools and Directorates are competing across four categories to see who can get the most members of staff to ride a bike to work from Monday 9 May to Friday 24 June 2011.

It’s fun and easy to take part and there are lots of prizes to be won. So register here and get your bikes at the ready for the Challenge!

It’s easy to take part!

  1. Register on this website
  2. Try cycling to work between Monday 9 May and Friday 24 June 2011
  3. Log your cycling on this website
  4. Encourage your work colleagues to take part too!

Your Guide to Cycling

This guide provides useful information for safe and enjoyable urban cycling. It includes advice on safe cycling and the Highway Code and includes a map showing cycle routes in Belfast.

Belfast by Bike Guide

New Cyclists

We have got cycling water bottles to give away courtesy of Travelwise NI and Bike It Cycles to the first 50 staff to register to the Challenge who are new to cycling!

Spot Prize Draw

Commute to the University at least once a week during the Challenge period, log your trip and you will be entered into a draw.

Weekly Prizes

Commute to the University by bike at any stage during the Challenge period, log your trip and you will be entered into a draw to win vouchers kindly donated by McConvey Cycles.  

Any questions about the challenge?

Contact the Challenge Co-ordinator:

John McCann – transport@qub.ac.uk