In September, the month of sustainable mobility and care for air quality, Heineken is encouraging us to do more #urbancycling. Not just for a cleaner environment and more active lifestyle, but because it is cool to live in your city and codesign its story. To this end, from 9 to 30 September there is to be a campaign to encourage cycling under which a bike will be available in the Point.For you info centre each day for ‘recording kilometres and gathering energy for cycling improvements in Ljubljana. You can record your cycling kilometres via the Urban cycling app and win a unique Heineken prize. Every kilometre cycled (including the hire bike in the Point.For you info centre) contributes to the renovation and construction of new cycle routes in Ljubljana, the European Green Capital 2016. Follow #urbancycling on Facebook and Instagram, visit Heineken promotional points and look out for limited edition Heineken bottles with the ‘Ljubljana’ inscription. And don’t forget: enjoy responsibly. Keep a cool head – a bike is also a means of transport. You can find out more about the project here.
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