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Frame Cycling to work

The # EnBiciAlTrabajo movement emerges with the goal of now more than ever claiming the rightto infrastructures that allow us to move around cycling every day, especially to work.

A small gesture that helps with social change!

A small gesture, such as using this framework in our social media profiles (Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, …), will allow us to spread our social behavior and increase the number of urban bicycle users to promote the social awareness of the need for a change in our way of daily transport.

Movement framework #EnBiciAlTrabajo

More cyclists mean more cars parked in garages, enjoying more sustainable and greener cities.

Sharing with your friends and followers that you cycle #EnBiciAlTrabajo!

Do your friends, clients, colleagues, managers, etc. know that you are cycling against climate change and that you want them to join? #EnBiciAlTrabajo

A great way to increase the public and private infrastructure in your area, on the metro, in the offices at work or if you want to claim the lack of bike lanes in your area, now is the time!

How do you get the # EnBiciAlTrabajo movement frame?

In the following link you can download the framework to use on social networks and promote the # EnBiciAlTrabajo movement. Download frame here

Use the hashtag #EnBiciAlTrabajo and tag us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with your photos cycling to work.

It is time for cycling enthusiasts, but also for those who are aware of parking polluting vehicles and committing on more sustainable modes of transport, to raise our voices and be heard.

So, share with us what you would like us to improve in your area, in your offices, in your building block, … to achieve more cycling-friendly cities. Tag us in your posts! Because we listen to you!

Together we must promote the use of the bicycle as a means of transport to work.

Many people from all over the planet have adapted their social media profiles to claim a more “Cycling Friendly” world. And you? Are you still wondering?

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