What is Cycle Local?

CycleLocal is a fun three-week cycling event designed to engage staff, build morale and increase activity. It will take place between July 20th and August 9th.

This is a team event where participants complete the trips on their own but share their experience with workmates and contribute to their team’s tally. Short cycles outdoor and indoor count as trips. Staff who are not signed up are also welcome to join in and enter the weekly Creative Competitions. Every participant, cyclist or competition entrant plays their part in helping their organisation to win the overall prize.

So, whether we get out on our bikes to explore our neighbourhoods, enter competitions or we take to the stationary bike when the children have gone to sleep; we can stay active, enjoy the activity of cycling and remain connected to our colleagues.

How do I participate?

First, check whether your workplace or campus is registered to participate at the bottom of this webpage.

Once an organisation has registered to participate in CycleLocal, members of staff can visit the Active Travel Logger website to register their team and to invite their colleagues.

During the three weeks of CycleLocal, each cyclist will log the number of trips they complete each week.

Once a participant has been cycling for at least 10 minutes that qualifies as a trip. If you do a few loops of your estate over 30 minutes, that still counts as one trip.

Trips made should adhere to the government guidelines i.e. all trips should be within the government’s distance guidelines and at least 2 metres should be kept between cyclists and other road users at all times.

CycleLocal Prizes

Teams will be eligible to win prizes each week once the team trip average meets or exceeds the modest trip targets (3 trips in week one, 4 trips in week two and 5 trips in week three). All trips count, once they take place between the morning of July 20th and midnight on August 9th.

Individuals who reach the target contribute to the organisations tally, as do all staff and their households who enter into the CycleLocal Creative Competitions. Ranking on the leaderboard is based on the number from your organisation who –

  1. Take part in the weekly creative competitions
  2. Cycle and achieve the weekly team targets

By ranking at the top of the leaderboard your organisation can win a memento for participants, a Best Organisation trophy and a €400 donation to the charity of your choice.




Is my organisation registered?

Check the below to see whether your workplace or campus is registered.





Children’s Health Ireland


Cork County Council

DBFL Consulting


Dublin City Council

Dublin City University


Henry J Lyons

Johnson and Johnson Visioncare

Limerick Institute of Technology

Maynooth Green Campus

Mayo University Hospital

Meath County Council

National Maternity Hospital

National Transport Authority

Northern Trust

NUIG Galway


Roughan & O’Donovan


Sigmar Recruitment

St. Vincent’s University Hospital

Trinity College Dublin

TU Blanchardstown

Tallaght University Hospital

Transport Infrastructure Ireland

University College Dublin