On average, frequent cyclists and runners live two years longer than their sedate counterparts; they are as fit as someone ten-years-younger; and exercise
releases endorphins causing a sense of well-being, pain relief and a reduction in stress.

Health Health

If all commutes in England under five miles were completed on bike / foot instead of car it would save enough CO2 to heat 17,000 houses per week. A 20% increase in current cycling levels could save the
economy £207m in terms of reduced traffic congestion and £71m in terms of lower pollution.

Sustainability Sustainability

Stress related illnesses cost £14million working days a year and commuting is a main contributor - an
estimated 20% increase in active travel would save the UK £87million in reduced absenteeism. There's an
average ROI of between £1-6 in benefits for every £1 spent on cycling.

Financial Financial

Research shows that those who travel in an active manner see an average productivity boost of 12.5% and have significantly fewer sick days. Healthy
employees are also 47% more alert and make 27% fewer errors than those who are inactive.

Productivity Productivity

Over two-thirds of employers consider gamification an effective strategy for encouraging their employees to improve their health and more than 30% of employers intend to adopt a health-focused gamified strategy in the next year - with organisational engagement shown to increase up to 48%.

Rewards Gamification

93% of CEOs of the world's top 1,000 companies
believe that sustainability issues will be critical to their businesses' future success; and 88% of Generation Y, or "millennials," choose employers based on strong corporate responsibility values.

Reputation Reputation

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So far our users have saved 000 metric tons of CO2

...that's about 42.5 return flights from London to Tokyo.