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11 Dec 2023

Bike Europe has reported that “serious concerns” remain about the enforcement of a ban on the sale of e-bike chargers and conversion kits by one of the largest online sellers,...

11 Dec 2023

It has been reported that The Cycle Show, the major industry event held at London's Alexandra Palace and which this year celebrated its 20th anniversary, has fallen victim to the challenging...

30 Nov 2023

New research from Lime entitled “Tackling the Gender Pedal Gap” has most women facing barriers to cycling, including poorly lit streets and isolated routes. The report claims...

27 Nov 2023

Torq Zone Academy, a leading institution of vocational training in South Africa, has been re-accredited by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO), for another five years, to offer...

27 Nov 2023

Cycling UK has released its annual 100 Women in Cycling list for 2023, the seventh such initiative to celebrate women across the British cycling community and those who inspire others to cycle.

27 Nov 2023

The former commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Lord Hogan-Howe, has said number plates should be introduced on the back of bikes to stop so many cyclists being a danger on...

23 Nov 2023

Retail sector leaders have expressed a range of concerns, from taxation to business rates, following the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement this week.

15 Nov 2023

The British Independent Retailers Association (BIRA), which works with over 6,000 independent businesses of all sizes across the UK, has outlined its expectations from the government...

14 Nov 2023

ACT member and Cytech-accredited Stonehaven shop Bike Remedy has been given permission to expand its offering by building a bike shelter and tool station outside its premises.

14 Nov 2023

As more people turn to cycling, more jobs are being created in the industry, according to an article in The Sun.

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ULEZ London expansion supported by a range of bike offers.

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Offers designed to help Londoners 'make the green transition' following the expansion of the ultra low emission zone (ULEZ) last month include a range of discounts, offers or trials available for the following brands of electric, hire and folding bikes:

  • Dash
  • Velorution
  • Fully Charged
  • Lime
  • Tier
  • Dott
  • Human Forest
  • Santander Cycles
  • Brompton Bike Hire


 For those wishing to purchase instead, offers worth up to £200 are available from the following brands:

  • Brompton
  • Peddle My Wheels
  • Volt Electric Bikes
  • Bikeworks
  • The Electric Bike Shop
  • Velorution

 E-cargo bikes and scooters can also be hired or purchased more cheaply from Micro Scooters, Bullit, Tern Cycles and the Electric Bike Shop.

In addition, Swapfiets – Dutch for swap bikes – has dropped the cost of monthly rental of its high-end ebikes to the same price as the new emissions charge. The ebike comes with a battery that can last for 60 hours as well as a lock, and the firm provides maintenance too should anything go wrong.

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