Commuters across Lichfield and Burntwood are being urged to get in the saddle for Cycle to Work Day.
The annual initiative takes place tomorrow (September 14).
The national event aims to promote the benefits of leaving the car at home.
Cllr Mark Deaville, Transport Chief at Staffordshire County Council, said: “There’s huge passion for cycling here in Staffordshire and as a county we are committed to developing our cycling network.
“We have invested around £5million in cycling infrastructure improvements over the last two years, making us a much more connected county than ever before.
“We want to see more people on their bikes, not only for leisure but for getting to and from work and Cycle to Work Day gives us a great opportunity to remind people of the many benefits of cycling. Keeping fit and healthy, getting fresh air and saving money by not using the car are all great reasons to get on your bike.”
Cyclists can plan safe bike routes using an online planner.