#7DaysofCycling

#7DaysofCycling

Make cycling your daily exercise during Bike Week 2021. Can you get on your bike for seven days in a row between 30 May -5 June? You don’t have to complete all seven days – just as many as you can.

Why take part

It’s awesome fun and a great way to fit in your daily exercise.

You can do the rides as part of your commute to the shops or to take a break and enjoy fresh air and the outdoors.

Last year thousands of people took part and tracked their daily updates on social media using hashtag #7daysofcycling.

Will you join?

7 Days on social media

Share your cycling activity, join the conversation and digital events online during Bike Week (30 May -5 June) using the #BikeWeekUK and #7DaysofCycling.

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Give #7DaysofCycling
a try

There are no rules on what counts as one of your entries - all you need to do is go cycling or take part in a cycling-related activity and share a photo, video or story about your experience on Instagram or Twitter, using #7DaysofCycling.

Sunday 30 May: Togetherness and connection – Take your own local route and join thousands of others as they ride as part of the World's Biggest Bike Ride.

Monday 31 May: Challenge and adventure – Test your cycling limits and share your adventures with us

Tuesday 1 June: Learn some new skills – Take part in some of Cycling UK's online masterclasses

Wednesday 2 June: Cycle for good health – Learn more about the amazing health benefits of cycling

Thursday 3 June: Take a break and make some time for yourself – Make space in your day to head out for a ride and take time for yourself.

Friday 4 June: Be active and stay active – Have you enjoyed riding everyday this week? Share your experiences with us.

Saturday 5 June: Cycling makes you happier - Have you felt exhilarated and happy on your bike?

Different ride ideas to get you inspired
  • Pootle around the park
  • Cycle to the shops
  • Take on the towpath
  • Go off-track
  • Sightsee and discover something new
Cycling UK continues to support the UK to cycle
This remains true during this difficult period with the ongoing threat of coronavirus Covid-19