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Pledge


Take action by committing to our cycling pledge

Pledge


Take action by committing to our cycling pledge

Do you think you are ready for having some serious fun, become fitter and healthier, spare a considerable amount of money, improve societies and, why not, even save the planet? If so, you are in the right place!

Perhaps not all journeys can be done on a bicycle, but with a combination of public transport, cycling and walking, one can get almost anywhere (we are living proof).

Sign our cycling pledge

Help us reach 1000 people (11 people have pledged so far)

I pledge to ditch the car for all distances below:






P.S. As we are not proficient web developers (yet), and this is only a static website, we update the submission count manually and try to do this on a daily basis.

Meet the pledgers

isla

Isla

This reasonably sweet bundle of joy (mother's words) is named Isla. She is a 4 year old girl that lives in the UK and has decided she would cycle all distances below 5 km. Isla has instructed her mother to accompany her on all journeys. Fortunately, Isla's mother supports this decision whole heartedly and even sometimes claims to have thought of the idea herself.


Isla's mother is indeed very happy to be cycling more frequently now. Although she has no intention of giving up her car entirely, she is saving a fair amount of money on travel costs, and is very pleased with the exercise she is able to fit into her hectic day as she studies for a Ph.D. while maintaining a full time job. It is a decision that she feels has nothing but positive consequences, even if they do sometimes get horribly wet under a typical British downpour!

Isla

isla

This reasonably sweet bundle of joy (mother's words) is named Isla. She is a 4 year old girl that lives in the UK and has decided she would cycle all distances below 5 km. Isla has instructed her mother to accompany her on all journeys. Fortunately, Isla's mother supports this decision whole heartedly and even sometimes claims to have thought of the idea herself.


Isla's mother is indeed very happy to be cycling more frequently now. Although she has no intention of giving up her car entirely, she is saving a fair amount of money on travel costs, and is very pleased with the exercise she is able to fit into her hectic day as she studies for a Ph.D. while maintaining a full time job. It is a decision that she feels has nothing but positive consequences, even if they do sometimes get horribly wet under a typical British downpour!