Cycle to Work Scheme

Commuter

The Edge Sports Shop participates in the Government Cycle To Work Scheme.

Using the Bike to Work scheme, your employer can help you obtain a brand new bike and safety equipment worth up to 1,000 euro. You can use a salary sacrifice arrangement to pay for the bike monthly and that means you can save up to 51% of the retail price of bike and equipment. Your employer also makes savings on Employer PRSI.

What are the benefits to the employee

There are a host of benefits available to employees should their workplace choose to launch a cycle to work scheme, these include:

Huge savings on bikes and accessories

 

  • Employees will qualify for a saving of up to 51% off the retail cost of bikes and accessories. Monthly payments with no finance charges.
  • Make your salary go further each month.
  • Save on monthly fuel, parking, car and/or train fare bills.

 

Huge Selection of Brands

Bike to Work are able to offer employees a huge choice of different brands, these include mountain bikes, hybrids and road bikes to name a few. We can also supply all the necessary accessories and cycling equipment through our network of dealers, to ensure employees are safe when riding to work.

Get Fit

Enjoy the health benefits of commuting to work.

Expert Staff - here to help

Expert staff are available each day to inform employees of the latest cycle equipment and advise them on the perfect bike for them.

Delivery to your door

Bikes and accessories can be delivered directly to the door of the employee.

 

Payment

It is easiest if we are paid directly by companies for their employees bike to work purchase. This means that we are able to offer a discount on purchases direct to you the customer. Please contact us on info@theedge-sports.com for details on the best way to pay.  Bank Direct Payment is the easiest method, followed by cheque and credit card payment.  Payment must come directly through the Employer's bank account.

We are members of all 3rd party voucher based schemes but the commission charged by these schemes means that we are unable to offer discounts on purchases. These companies are essentially a middle man between your company and us, and charge a hefty commission to us on the transaction.

The schemes that we accept vouchers from are:

  • Raleigh to Work
  • Bike to Work Ltd
  • Cyclescheme
  • Bikes4All (One4All Bike to work voucher)
  • Tax Free Bikes Ltd

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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