Countdo to your first
commute A little preparation will save you money, time and stress when it comes to cycling to work
ycle commuting isn't complicated. If you own any bike, you could jump on it tomorrow and cycle to work. By planning ahead, though, you could get a brand new bike and accessories for less money, find a route that suits you, and enjoy the whole experience much more. The first thing to do is to find out if you can get a new bike and equipment through Cyclescheme. You're going to save a lot of money on petrol or public transport fares by cycling to work, so indulge yourself and get a bike that's comfortable, practical and reliable. With Cyclescheme you save at least 25 per cent on the price of a bike and equipment, and you pay in instalments via salary sacrifice. If your employer isn't yet signed up to Cyclescheme, take a couple of minutes to invite them: visit http://cycsch.me/invite-emp. They'll save money too on National Insurance contributions, as well as getting healthier, more punctual employees, so it's worth their while. If they're already signed up, you're all set.