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Love to Ride is back for Cycle September

31 August 2023

​Islanders taking part in Love to Ride’s third challenge of the year, Cycle September, will be in for a chance of winning a new e-bike.

Following the success of ‘Ride into Spring’ and ‘Bike Month’, Islanders are encouraged to take part in ‘Cycle September’ where they’ll be able to build up points for logging rides and referring friends between 1 to 30 September, all contributing to entries into the local and UK prize draws.

The top local prize will be drawn at random on Monday 9 October, when one Islander will win a new e-bike. Additionally, Islanders who refer at least three people to Love to Ride during the challenge will be in with a chance of winning cycling accessories.

The Sustainability and Climate Change Engagement team is also incentivising workplaces to get their employees involved. The workplaces topping the seven local leaderboards (based on organisation size) will be put into a draw to win a team meal out.

Businesses who would like more information or would like to support future challenges should get in touch with the Sustainability and Climate Change Engagement team by emailing

Meanwhile, the EVie partnership trial is running during the challenge, where Islanders can buy £25 of EVie credit and receive an extra £75 of free credit which is redeemable on the yellow e-bikes located at various points in Jersey.

Sustainability and Climate Change Engagement Manager, Jane Burns, said: “I’m so excited that the next Love to Ride challenge is starting. This time round, to coincide with the return to school, we are also working with Highlands College to hopefully get eligible students to join the challenge.

“I know there will be some Islanders wanting to get involved but don’t own a bike or have one in need of repair - we will be holding another ‘try a bike’ event in September for Islanders to test ride electric bikes. Or, if you’re just looking for something to get started, places like Acorn Enterprises fix up and re-sell bikes for a low price. There are many charity shops in the Island that sell bikes, and the Facebook buy and sell pages are worth checking too. If you’ve got a bike that needs a little TLC then Highlands College also run bike maintenance courses.

“I really encourage everyone to sign up to Love to Ride. It’s completely free, you can give it a go with a friend, and you may just win a brand new e-bike for doing so.”

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