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

Covid-19 has changed the way we live, work and travel. As we adapt to the new normal, we all have a responsibility to consider the steps we can take to stay safe.

Now is the time for your workforce to cycle.

Cycling is an alternative to public transport which supports social distancing. It won’t gridlock our cities and streets. And it reduces the impact of pollution on your local community.

Cyclescheme enables employees to take advantage of the benefits cycling can offer. We have created a one page guide to help you support employees making the decision to travel by bike.

Lockdown has forced massive and rapid change on us all.

We are experiencing longterm shifts in the way businesses operate, how workers travel and what people do to exercise. As we look to the future, we know we cannot simply revert to our old ways and, in some cases, this may not be a bad thing.

  • People may not want to travel in close proximity to others

  • Increased car use would cause congestion and environmental damage

For many, the bicycle offers a straightforward solution to these new and unique problems. 

  • Easy to maintain social distancing

  • Strengthens the immune system

  • Keeps communities pollution free

Cyclescheme enables your business and workforce to take advantage of the benefits cycling can offer as we come out of lockdown.

  • Save 23-39% on the cost of new bike and e-bikes

  • Save 23-39% on components to fix existing bikes

  • Save 23-39% on safety clothing and security equipment

To utilise your Cyclescheme benefit during this time, we recommend doing the following: 

  1. Ongoing scheme - Ensure your scheme is open and on-going – this allows employees to join your benefit at the time that suits them.

  2. Quick payment - Pay invoices quickly. This means employees will get their eCertificates swiftly and can secure their new bike.

  3. Promotion - Actively promote your scheme using your new resources. You will also find a range of ‘evergreen’ resources on MySchemes.

  4. Scheme limit >£1k - Many employees will opt for e-bikes that cost more than £1,000. There is also low stock in the market of

Download employer one page guide

We also have new Cyclescheme toolkit resources available:



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