Cyclescheme now open to staff

Save money on a new bike and accessories and spread the cost…

You may have heard Rob mention in the staff briefings recently we’ve signed up to a cycle to work scheme. But what is it and how does it work?

What is Cyclescheme?

Cyclescheme is the simple way to get a brand new bike, make huge savings and spread the cost.

You choose a bike, hire it for an agreed length of time, then snap it up for a fraction of its original value. It’s like a year-round sale, with interest free credit available in over 2,000 retailers nationwide.

You could save up to 39% on a new bike for work. Pedal power is the way to go!

How does it work?

You’re just three steps away from improving your commute!

  1. Package and savings
    Before you head in-store or online it’s wise to pick a Cyclescheme package that suits your needs and work out a budget
  2. Retailer and kit
    Now it’s time to choose your retailer and decide what you need. Consider your route, the seasons you’re going to ride in, safety and security
  3. Make your request
    You know what you want and where you’re going to get it from, so it’s time to apply for your package. The process takes no more than 5 minutes

Are you ready to apply?

Before you start, there’s a couple of things you will need to complete your application:

  1. Your payroll (employee) number – you can find this on your payslip
  2. An idea of your budget for your bike and/or accessories
  3. Use our employer code: 7b11e54 or employer name: NHS West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group

Start your application.

Need further advice and info?

There’s plenty more advice available to you on the Cyclescheme website. A few of the main topics are:

For more information, contact Dannii Owens or visit the Cyclescheme website.

One response to “Cyclescheme now open to staff”

  1. Hemali Parekh says:

    Can you advise if this still works since the merger and if not what the new employer code is?

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