Wheels of change

June 24, 2020

Wheels of change

1.3 million Brits bought a bike during lockdown, opting for cost saving, freedom-enabling exercise with green credentials.

#No Excuses - join them!

For short journeys, any working bike will do, but think about having it serviced for longer journeys to check its roadworthy.

// NHS or Care Worker? Check out Cycling UK’s #KeepTheWheelsTurning campaign which can support you getting insurance, pay for your bike to be serviced or provide you with safety equipment.

// If you are looking to purchase a new bike, it’s worth thinking about frame size and the type of cycling you want to do before purchasing.

// Does your workplace operate a cycle to work scheme? An affordable way to purchase or upgrade your bike for your commute and includes access to safety equipment. Find out more here.

// If you are living in the city and space is an issue, pay per ride may be for you. Brompton Bike Hire offers space saving hire cycles which can be folded neatly away when you reach the office.

// Cycling can be an inclusive transport, there are many adapted bikes for people with disabilities, check out Wheels For All who provide specialist bikes and support in getting started.

 

#LetsGoAnywhere





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