If you are looking to own a brand new bike and accessories at an affordable price, then tax free savings through a cycle to work scheme could be the way to pay for you. As well as our Ride2Work scheme we will now be accepting Cyclescheme certificates to bring you even more choice and access to cycling’s biggest brands at Evans Cycles.
Come and get your Cycle to Work quote from Evans Cycles and enjoy…
- Access to all sale items for even bigger savings and if you find it cheaper elsewhere, we’ll match it!*
- Great customer service from staff who are passionate and knowledgeable about cycling.
- Over 44 stores across the UK offering a huge choice of product from cycling’s biggest brands plus a comprehensive mail-order and online business ensure great national coverage.
- Fully equipped workshops run by Cytech-qualified mechanics mean we can help keep your bike running like clockwork.
- Tens-of-thousands of products available at your local store or delivered to your door.
- Free ‘Test Rides’ help guarantee the right bike that you are happy with.
- Hassle free shopping means you can redeem your Cyclescheme certificate to get your bike and accessories from your local store or delivered to you at home.
Cycle to work is great because…
- You could save 30 – 40% off the RRP, or even more if you chose one of our sale items.
- You can get all of the gear you need to ride to work with your voucher – bike, helmet, clothing, lights, lock etc. up to value the of £1000.
- Interest free repayments over 12 months helps balance the cost.
- Cycling to work will reduce the cost and stress of your daily commute, and can increase productivity in the workplace.
- Regular exercise will help you lead a healthier lifestyle and improve fitness as part of your daily commute.
- Cycling is clean, green and emission-free, so do your bit for the environment and go by bike.
Simply visit your local Evans Cycles store to get a quote for your bicycle and accessories today, and you could be enjoying all these fantastic benefits!
*View our Price Match Policy here
This story was last updated on 26/03/2014