Cyclescheme is the UK's most popular cycle to work benefit, creating more cyclists than any other provider.

Rider-first bike insurance for the Cyclescheme community

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Cyclescheme, part of market-leading rewards and incentives provider Blackhawk Network today announces its exclusive bike insurance brand partner, Bikmo 

To mark the start of the partnership, Bikmo is offering Cyclescheme riders 14 days free insurance, to cover new bikes and kit against theft, accidental damage and more. New and old customers will also receive exclusive pricing on full policies.  

Adding value for members of the scheme is an integral part of what Cyclescheme provide. The addition of Bikmo to the benefits package offers peace of mind for participants when investing in a new bike, with exclusive savings on award-winning insurance. 

“With the average Cyclescheme bike now worth £750 to £1000, it’s more important than ever that we are supporting members of the scheme with bike insurance. Bikmo is an ideal insurance partner for us as they share the goal of getting more people out riding.” says Laurence Boon, Product Manager at Cyclescheme. 

Adding to the growing library of high street and independent bike brands on offer, to cover everything from bicycles, accessories, and community memberships means Cyclescheme users can benefit from even more riding support.  

Cyclescheme’s cycling extras already include discounts and deals on Bike Register to prevent bike theft, British Cycling membership, and enrolment into the Love to Ride community which provides access to information, rewards and prizes.   

Dave George, CEO at Bikmo, commented “We know first-hand the huge positive impact the Government Cycle to Work scheme has had in getting more people riding and experiencing all the benefits that brings. We’re delighted to partner with the most active and progressive partner in this space.” 

He continued “The whole team at Bikmo is excited to be extending our rider-centric cycle insurance to Cyclescheme customers. With the £1,000 value cap removed, the timing could not be better as we know cyclists are more concerned about theft and damage of higher value bikes.”