The 2020 Rider Awards are here to showcase the great work that riders across the country do - and we need your help.

We want you to nominate yourself or other riders for the great things you've done. We're happy to hear about anything - but here are some ideas to get you started.

Everyday heroes, who do amazing things each day deserve recognition. In uncertain times, what little things have you seen riders do that make your community a nicer place?

Charity champions, who've done something amazing in the name of a great cause.

Riders who go above and beyond to help out other riders, customers, or restaurants.

Goal getters who are constantly pushing themselves. This could be for achievements in work outside of being a rider, your studies, or personal development.

Sound like you or someone you know?

The winners

Helping other riders by offering knowledge & time to anyone who needs it.

Supporting house bound members of your community by providing a friendly face and a regular chat.

Supporting your local community & customers. Helping customers who are struggling to complete every day tasks



Cycling Route 66 to raise funds for charity.

Raising over £1,000 for the NHS with your football team. Additionally, raising funds & awareness for the Darby Rimmer Foundation by running 100KM in a month.

Cycling 1,000 miles across Europe. Raising nearly £3,000 for Centre Point, a charity that focuses on young homelessness.

Cycling 1,000 miles across Europe. Raising nearly £3,000 for Centre Point, a charity that focuses on young homelessness.

Providing vitally important services during the COVID19 pandemic, working as a doctor, alongside working as a Deliveroo rider. You also cycled 2,500 KM & raised over £2,500 for charity, Versus Arthritis.

Launching a mental health awareness campaign accross the UK, focusing on spreading positive messages & mental health awareness.

Founding a student-led mental health charity, Founding a student-led mental health charity, Conscious Edinburgh. Raising funds for mental health charities & facilitating mental health first aider training.