The Cycle to Work Scheme has been updated for 2019, and the great news is that the scheme no longer has a £1000 upper limit!
New guidance from the DfT means that employers are now free to offer the Cycle to Work scheme to their employees with no upper limit.
WE HAVE LONG BEEN ENTHUSIASTIC SUPPORTERS OF THE CYCLE TO WORK SCHEME, WHICH GIVES SAVINGS OF AROUND 40-50% ON NEW BIKES AND ACCESSORIES (DEPENDENT ON TAX RATE).
The scheme also includes the purchase of accessories, so you can fully equip yourself and your bike and benefit from the same great savings.
This is fantastic news - if you're a serious cyclist riding to work, particularly over longer distances, you won't want to compromise on your commuter bike. After all, it may well be the bike you spend the most time on over the course of the week.
And of course the scheme isn't limited to purely commuter bikes. Any bike is eligible, from true race performance machines to the latest e-bikes, together with performance cycle clothing and accessories, and there are no limitations on their usage.
Plus these changes open up the world of full custom builds, allowing you to really tailor the bike to your individual needs.
We can provide bikes to suit all budgets, but whatever you're spending you'll benefit from our exceptional levels of service and attention. Why go to a high-street 'big box' retailer when you can have truly Bespoke service and support, before and after purchase? Even if you already own a bike, this is a great cost-effective way to add another to the stable.
Anyone who fulfils these 3 criteria:
Your employer may already offer a scheme. If not we are happy to talk them through the process and benefits of offering one.
Whilst the Cycle to Work scheme does not cost you any extra, we the retailer are charged a significant fee by the scheme providers. This means that we are unable to credit back the cost of an initial bike fit against a bike purchased using the Cycle to Work scheme, and will also be unable to waive the labour charges for building the bike as we would usually do on a cash purchase.