10 easy ways you can help improve cycling on Microvolunteering Day

Are you pressed for time? Support cycling with some small but invaluable tasks

10 easy ways you can help improve cycling on Microvolunteering Day

Microvolunteering Day is coming up on Sunday 15 April and is a great opportunity for you to support the great work we do on behalf of cyclists everywhere, without taking up much of your valuable cycling time.

Would you like to support us in encouraging more people to cycle but feel you are too busy to volunteer? Microvolunteering day on Sunday 15 April is your chance to make a difference in a quick and easy way.

But what is microvolunteering? It refers to bite-sized tasks which support a good cause and can be done anytime and anywhere.

Take a look at our suggestions below. There should be something for everyone so start microvolunteering now!

  1. Ask your employer to become a Cycle Friendly Employer. Don’t forget to tell us about it if they do!  
  2. Check out our County Cycling Guides and see if there's anything you could add to make them even better.
  3. Join in the discussions on our forum and give people the benefit of your cycling knowledge.
  4. Take part in the Cycling UK weekly Instagram photo competition #bestbybike.
  5. Follow Cycling UK on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and tell a friend to follow us too.
  6. If you belong to one of our groups, register an event or ride on the Cycling UK Events Guide.
  7. Contact your local cycle group and offer to lead a ride, help with communications or suggest a good route.
  8. Report potholes using Fillthathole or download the apps for Android or iPhone
  9. Support our Road Justice and Get on my Land! campaigns.
  10. Instead of time, why not donate money instead to support the invaluable work our volunteers do on behalf of cyclists everywhere?

Find out more about volunteering for cycling

If you have a little more time, even if it's just a few hours a week, there's lots of volunteering roles with Cycling UK. You could make a real difference to the lives of others by enabling them to cycle more, more safely, find new friends and have a lot of fun too!

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