Frequently asked questions
The Cycle to Work Scheme is a salary sacrifice. This means the cost of a new bike and equipment is deducted from your salary as a non-cash benefit, so you save on tax and national insurance. In short, this means you'll pay less for your bike and will be able to pay in instalments. Find out more about cycle to work
Cycle to work covers the following bikes and safety equipment:
- Bikes (including tricycles and E-bikes)
- Cycle helmets
- Bells & bulb horns
- Lights, including dynamo packs
- Mirrors & mudguards
- Cycle clips & dress guards
- Panniers, luggage carriers and straps
- Child safety seats
- Locks & chains
- Pumps, puncture repair kits, cycle tool kits & tyre sealant
- Reflective clothing
- White front reflectors & spoke reflectors
We've made Cycle to Work easy with our handy online quote form. It only takes a few moments to complete.
Your LOC number can be found at the bottom of your Letter of Collection.
Your certificate number and redemption code can be found on your Cyclescheme certificate, which will be given to you by your HR department.
You can top up your own funds with some Cycle to Work providers if your employer's Cycle to Work policy allows this. Your top up value is the difference between your basket total and the amount on your voucher. There is no limit to the amount you can top up your voucher.
Please email Cycle to Work certificates from other providers to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your contact details, product names, sizes and colours and we will process your order.