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We accept Bike2Work Vouchers

Bike2Work

Bike2Work Vouchers

Bike2Work cycle to work vouchers can be redeemed with Tredz. This cycle to work scheme is a great way to improve your fitness and save on your transport costs. Tredz bikes are happy to help you redeem your Bike2Work vouchers so you can get a new bike to help you enjoy your journey to work more.

How does the Bike2Work Scheme work?

Get your voucher

  • Start your quote online with Tredz
  • Choose your bike, cycle clothing and accessories or select the value of your Cycle to Work Voucher
  • Check all the details on the quote we provided and ensure everything looks right
  • Take your quote to your HR department and they will issue your Bike2Work voucher

Use your voucher

  • Email us your signed & dated voucher and quote
  • Include your contact details
  • Include sizes and colours of items
  • We will begin processing your order
  • We will keep in touch with updates on your order and delivery timescales


Frequently asked questions

Before you order

What items are eligible with Cycle to Work?

Any bike that you can use for commuting is eligible to buy through Cycle to Work. You can choose a lightweight road bike, sporty hybrid, rugged mountain bike, compact folding bike or even an ebike. Kid’s bikes are not eligible.

You can also use your voucher to get any safety equipment you need for commuting. This might include:

  • Helmets
  • Bells
  • Lights
  • Luggage
  • Locks
  • Child safety seats
  • Pumps and repair kits
  • Reflective clothing
Will the bike be reserved for me straight away?

We are unable to reserve a bike until we have received your certificate. As soon as we have your certificate, we can arrange delivery.

While you order

How much can I spend through the Bike2Work scheme?

With the Bike2Work cycle to work the amount you spend is up to your employer. Bike2Work don’t impose a limit themselves but your employer might have their own limit. This might be £1,000 or a higher figure. Contact your HR department to find out how much you can spend.

Can I buy items that are on sale?

Yes, you can use your Cycle to Work voucher on any discounted or clearance bikes and eligible accessories.

Can I price match items on the Cycle to Work scheme?

Unfortunately, price match is not eligible on Cycle to Work orders.

Can I buy more than one bike?

You can buy multiple bikes as long as they are the same size and the total basket does not exceed the value of your voucher.

How can I redeem my Bike2Work voucher?

Simply email us your signed & dated voucher and quote, including the size and colour of your items. Don’t forget to include your contact details.

After you order

Am I eligible for Cycle to Work?

Everybody who earns their salary via PAYE (Pay As You Earn) can participate in the Cycle to Work scheme.

Please note: You will not be eligible to use the scheme if your salary sacrifice drops your gross pay below that of minimum wage.

Can self-employed people use the Cycle to Work Scheme?

You can sign yourself up to a Cycle to Work scheme as long as you pay your tax through PAYE.

What items are eligible with Cycle to Work?

Any bike that you can use for commuting is eligible to buy through Cycle to Work. You can choose a lightweight road bike, sporty hybrid, rugged mountain bike, compact folding bike or even an ebike. Kid’s bikes are not eligible.

You can also use your voucher to get any safety equipment you need for commuting. This might include:

  • Helmets
  • Bells
  • Lights
  • Luggage
  • Locks
  • Child safety seats
  • Pumps and repair kits
  • Reflective clothing
What Cycle to Work vouchers do you accept?

We accept Cycle to Work vouchers from most national schemes like Cyclescheme and Cycleplus.

We also accept vouchers from in-house schemes run by independent companies, as well as Halfords Cycle2Work vouchers. If your voucher is from any other scheme, please get in touch at info@tredz.co.uk to check if we can accept it.

When will the first Cycle to Work payment be deducted from my salary?

Usually your first payment will be taken from the next salary period after you signed your hire agreement.

Who owns the bike on a Cycle to Work scheme?

For the duration of your hire period it is your employer that owns your bike and equipment. Your employer buys your bike and equipment and the leases it to you through an interest-free salary sacrifice scheme. The cost of your items is deducted from your salary as a non-cash benefit, so you can get savings on tax and national insurance.

Do I need to insure my bike on a Cycle to Work scheme?

It is your responsibility to insure your bike. If your bike is stolen or damaged beyond repair, you’ll continue to make your monthly payments until it has been paid for. We highly recommend you insure your bike.

What happens at the end of the Cycle to Work hire agreement?

To keep the Cycle to Work scheme tax free, there is no guarantee your employer will transfer ownership to you at the end of the hire period. This is usually what happens, but just make sure you check with your scheme provider first.

You have 3 options on how to end your hire agreement.

1. You can choose to return your bike to your Cycle to Work provider

2. You immediately take ownership of your bike and pay up to 25% of the ‘fair market value’

HMRC has set fair market values that employers must pay to keep the bike. So, you may be asked to pay up to 25% of the value of a bike costing more than £500 after 12 months.

Fair Market Value

Age of bike Less than £500 More than £500
1 year 18% 25%
18 months 16% 21%
2 years 13% 17%
3 years 8% 12%
4 years 3% 7%

3. Extend your hire agreement to 36 months for a single small refundable deposit (3% or 7%).

During your extended hire agreement, you will make no further monthly payments. At the end of the 36 months you can either choose to send your bike back to your Cycle to Work provider (and your deposit will be refunded) or you take ownership of the bike. No further payments are needed.

What happens if I leave my employment during my Cycle to Work scheme?

If you leave employment during your hire agreement any balance remaining will be repaid from your final net salary. Unfortunately, you will not benefit from tax and National Insurance savings.