Corporate

Corporate Bike Programs: A Guide To Best Practices

Being bike friendly has moved from a nice idea to an important and valuable sustainable business strategy. Read our best practices and ideas to find out where to get started.

Minimizing Risk And Liability

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How does a company launch a bikeshare program with minimal risk and liability?

Company Bikes as a Healthy Perk

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How does a national health care provider offer company bikeshare when it’s not quite sure how to get rolling?

GPS-Enabled Company Bike Fleet

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How does a company efficiently protect its fleet of bikes from loss and theft?

Lucky Brand’s bikeshare: The road to health never looked this good

I love all my pairs of Lucky Brand jeans. Indigo blue lowrise,…

Healthy Bikeshare at Kaiser Permanente

When it comes to employee health and wellness, it’s nice to…

E-bikes: Changing how we move

How do we know the dawn of e-bikes is upon us? Well there’s…

Bike Share Programs Build Better Business

What does it mean when Facebook and Target both earn recognition as Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Businesses, a designation held by fewer than a dozen companies nationwide?

Company bike programs help recruit talent

Companies need to offer commute alternatives to driving solo if they want to attract and retain top talent. Especially Millennials.

Corporate Bike Fleets: Risky Business?

We often think first of the risks: Bike accidents. Injured employees. Lost, stolen, and vandalized bikes. It’s a wonder that any corporation, government agency or university has implemented a bike fleet. Yet the best and brightest have – and have done so successfully.