The two firms are linking up to encourage people working in the 62-storey skyscraper to move around the city of London in a healthy and sustainable way.
A team from HumanForest has been at the site today showcasing its e-bikes, offering training sessions and helping people download their free 30 minute cycling codes.
The partnership forms part of 22B’s initiatives its running to mark Earth Day on 22 April 2022.
As part of the agreement, HumanForest has created a designated free parking zone for the e-bikes, which will initially remain active for one month.
These so-called ‘Green Bays’ are virtual and can be found within the HumanForest app.
22 Bishopsgate aims to meet the highest ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria and is committed to introducing sustainable practices in all aspects of how the building is run.
“This partnership will help encourage 22 Bishopsgate occupiers to find environmentally friendly ways of moving to and from the building, encouraging more people to move in a sustainable, healthy and fun way,” said Laura Elms, Head of Partnerships at HumanForest.
“The building’s offer of HumanForest codes to its community is a strong signal that 22B is committed to providing the best solutions for its occupiers as well as the planet.”
The announcement follows HumanForest’s launch this month of a fleet of e-bikes in Hammersmith and Fulham.