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14 Nov 2023

The ACT is urging any cycling retailers affected by technical issues being reported with the 'buy now, pay later' app Klarna to consider whether they may be better served by switching to an...

9 Nov 2023

Cytech has been named as the provider of Best Retailer Services in the 2023 BikeBiz Awards, recognising the positive impact of its service to the cycling industry. More than 25,000 Cytech...

2 Nov 2023

The Association of Cycle Traders (ACT) and the Bicycle Association (BA), the two cycle industry trade bodies in the UK, have issued a joint response to the initiative of the Electrical Safety...

2 Nov 2023

Cytech, the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians, has relaunched its Cytech theory one online learning course delivering an introduction to...

30 Oct 2023

Colchester has introduced an electric bicycle scheme in a bid to encourage short journeys without relying on cars with pay-as-you-go electric cargo bikes now available to hire.

30 Oct 2023

A new academic study has concluded that riding a bike, rather than driving a car, is positively associated with “orientation towards the common good”.

30 Oct 2023

The government has confirmed it has no plans for cyclists to be subject to compulsory registration.

30 Oct 2023

A few years ago Charlotte Florence’s dream trip to Costa Rica quickly turned into a nightmare after a quad bike crash, leaving her paralysed face down in the jungle.

18 Oct 2023

Hubtiger, a leading cloud-based repair and rental management software, announces an expansion of its services with the release of a new feature: Long-Term Rentals.

17 Oct 2023

A survey of 1,038 work commuters (363 urban bike commuters and 675 non-biking commuters) in the US conducted by  has explored if there’s a difference in the mindsets and...

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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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