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POLIS cycles to work

last modified Nov 15, 2013 11:02 AM

Last Friday (8th November) colleagues in the Alison Richard Building took part in an awareness raising session to encourage cycling to work.

As a building the team managed to cycle an incredible 218.1km in a working day which (as the crow flies) is equivalent to cycling from the office West Road, Cambridge to Oxford, a few kilometres around that city and then cycling back again. Everyone who took part really earned their cycle seat covers.

POLIS Student, Babatunde Olaiya (MPhil in Public Policy), racked up 14.4km, the longest ride of the day, and won the meal for two, kindly provided by The ARC Café.

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