Ride to work or school with cyclists from around the world and make your commute count.
79,879 Strava cyclists from 180 countries joined us on Global Bike to Work Day last year. They offset 514 tons of greenhouse emissions and contributed millions of data points to the Strava Metro data set. Let’s crush those numbers in 2017!
Completing the challenge is easy. Just make a point-to-point trip on May 11th and tag it a commute when you upload. That’s it. You’ll get your finisher’s badge, contribute to this global movement, and as always, Metro will anonymize your commute data and share it with city planners to make riding in your city better. And plus, it’s just a healthy, fun way to get around… nothin’ wrong with that!
Total Kilometers Ridden
No prizes for this one. Just the satisfaction of knowing that you've made your commute count and a unique digital finishers badge in your Trophy Case.
Simply bike to work on May 11.
The Challenge starts and ends based on each athlete's local time zone.
Manual entries, trainer rides, or rides marked private will not count towards your Challenge effort.
All activities logged during the Challenge period must be uploaded to Strava no later than three days after the Challenge ends.
Ride hard and be safe. Use common sense when it comes to traffic, weather, or other conditions while taking part in this Challenge. Remember to take care of your hydration and nutrition needs when you’re out on the road.
SOME BASIC QUESTIONS:
Q: When do I have to complete the Bike To Work Challenge?
A: You can ride any time during May 11th, but you have to make sure the moving time of your ride is over 5 minutes and under 24 hours.
Q: Is there a time limit?
A: No, simply complete your ride at your own pace.