"Who cycles the most?" - in August and September
2020-07-17 | In August and September, employees of 20 Berlin companies will compete with and against each other when it's time again to ask: Who cycles the most?. Anyone can take part because participation is really the most important thing and every kilometer counts. Everyone who participated before will discover some small new features!
Extratour from Campus Berlin-Buch for the competition "Who cycles the most? 2019 (Photo: Felix Petermann, MDC)
The principle is very simple. Anyone can join in when he or she rides a few kilometers on a bike or a home trainer in August and September 2020. After a short registration you can enter them very easily. In the registration tool the kilometers are also calculated automatically if you know the beginning and end of the route, but not the number of kilometers.
This allows you to compete against other participants from your own or other companies; you can also ride in a team of three.
Even a few kilometers count - it is the participation that counts!
You think your few kilometers don't count and you don't like competition at all? Just then you are in the right place for this action! Because the participation rate is included in the companies' points scoring: the more people take part, the better the company's points - regardless of the number of kilometers you run.
Last year 13 companies participated. Almost 2,000 participants cycled more than 1.1 million kilometers! The employees of the campus facilities won with over 192,000 cycled kilometers and a participation rate of 12.6%. On the page of "Who cycles the most?" you will find the data 2019 until the end of July, with the scores of the companies and the teams.
Simply register with the company code
Starting now, you can register on the site https://www.wer-radelt-am-meisten.de/ and from 1 August, you can enter your kilometers, form teams and be surprised what else happens at "Who cycles the most?". All employees of institutions and companies of the Campus Berlin-Buch (Campus Buch & MDC/Mitte) can participate.