Fix Your Bike Voucher Scheme Accepted Here!
The Fix Your Bike Voucher Scheme aims to encourage more people in England to embrace cycling as an alternative to private cars and public transport, particularly while social distancing measures are in place. The scheme will be open to anyone who has an unused cycle in need of a repair. It will help them get it back on the road by providing £50 towards the cost of a service and repair for up to two cycles per household.
To apply for a Fix Your Bike voucher click here
1. Get in contact with us to request your bike repair. We will provide you with a quote and timeline for your repair. For full details of our repair options, click here
2. Apply for your Fix Your Bike voucher code online in just a few minutes. You will need to provide a few basic details about yourself and your bike. You can apply via the Energy Saving Trust website.
3. We will collect your bike on the date discussed to get all the work done.
4. Using your Fix Your Bike voucher, save £50 off the cost of your bike repair! If your repair is over £50 you will pay the difference, if it’s under, you won’t pay a thing.
Terms & Conditions:
Bike owner must be 18 or over. Repairs must be necessary to make the bike roadworthy and fit for purpose. We cannot replace or upgrade existing safe or roadworthy components. We also cannot replace or repair removable lighting accessories. If the cost of the repair is greater than £50, the cycle owner will need to pay the remainder of the cost. A maximum of 2 vouchers can be claimed per customer address but only 1 voucher can be used per bike. Vouchers must be valid at the point of redemption.
Social distancing on a busy train or bus can be extremely difficult and at peak times, near on impossible. Many of you may be worried at the thought of getting back to your busy commute so cycling is the perfect option! By swapping the train for your bike, you won’t be confined to small, indoor spaces and can easily keep the recommended distance from others.
At least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity is recommended per week by the NHS. Cycling is a great example of this, meaning you’d need to do around 30 minutes of cycling a day for 5 days! Introducing cycling into your everyday routine, such as cycling to work, means you can easily reach this target and beyond. Regular cycling has also been proven to improve your cardiovascular health and increase lung capacity and efficiency.
By cutting back on the number of times you use your car and public transport, you can reduce your carbon footprint. Looking after our environment has never been more important, so swapping your car for your bike allows you to do your bit to help climate change. Not only this, but it’s much more cost-effective too. Think of all the money you’ll save on parking and fuel!
Unfortunately, UCRs is temporarily closed due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
We hope to be back on our saddle soon.