Bike to Work and OPPO award the best cycling photos on International Bike to Work Day
Cycling is on the rise, at least 18 percent of all commuting is done on two wheels. On May 21st, International Bike to Work Day, Bike to Work and OPPO spotlighted and rewarded commuting cyclists. From 3 to 18 May, everyone could send in their most beautiful bike photos on the way to work during the Bike to Work OPPO Photo Competition. Despite the rain, a lot of sunny pictures were taken.
Home workers too
As many people still work mainly from home, the competition was open to the wider cycling public. People were encouraged to jump on their bikes before or after their working day and discover the world from the saddle. Participants portrayed the beauty of the landscape or the city, and shared their most beautiful, funniest or craziest bicycle photos. A jury selected the three best pictures from the entries.
"Cycling is movement. That's why we awarded the best photos on which you can feel this experiential aspect of cycling", the jury stated. All three winners receive an OPPO Find X3 Neo smartphone.
Michel De Lamper (Pfizer): "A little holiday on the way to work".
Patrick Samaey (BPost Oostende): "Morning speed."
Katleen Vanderstraeten (VGC): "A stopover in the meadow".
"We immediately saw a good match to set up this photo contest together with Bike to Work and Fietsersbond", says Dirk Pauwels, Country Director OPPO Belgium and Luxembourg AED. "Together, we want to encourage people to jump on their bikes and inspire them to show their most creative side."
About Bike to Work
Bike to Work is the largest cycling motivation programme in Belgium and is run by Fietsersbond. Over 28,000 employees participate in it. Via the website, they can easily register their daily ride to work, take part in fun challenges to win prizes, and find colleagues to cycle with. There is also an app for mapping out cycling routes. Employees and employers can use the tool to easily calculate cycling allowances.
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