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A New Bike this Christmas?

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A new bike for Christmas...

Get fit & save money in 2019 with the Gemelli Cycle to Work Scheme

Bikes and Christmas were made for each other – few other things manage to combine excitement and practicality in equal measures. Using a bike to commute makes a lot of sense – it’s fun, relatively inexpensive and a great way to stay healthy. If it’s something you’ve been thinking about but not got around to yet, our Cycle to Work scheme is just the incentive you need to get in the saddle. 

Cycle to Work is a Government initiative to encourage more people to use bikes as a greener way to travel to and from work. The scheme operates on a salary exchange basis, which means an employee can select to exchange part of their salary to cover the cost of a bike and safety accessories up to a value of £1,000 – without having to pay Tax or National Insurance on the value. It means you can save up to 42% on the cost of a brand new bike and/or accessories. What’s more, you can spread the payments over 12 or 18 months.

Get a new bike from wherever you like...

Getting your bike couldn’t be easier. You simply select the model you want – from the cycle retailer of your choice, and Gemelli will take care of everything else – from completing the paperwork, liaising with your supplier and organising delivery!

Benefits to Employees

  • Save up to 42% on a bike and accessories
  • Spread cost over 12 or 18 months
  • Use bike supplier of your choice
  • Improve health and fitness levels

Benefits to Employers

  • Save on Employer’s NI contributions
  • Improves environmental credentials
  • Supports the Green Travel Plan
  • Contributes to reducing absenteeism and increasing productivity
  • Scheme is self-financing

Get your bike in time for Christmas

To find out more about the Gemelli Cycle to Work scheme – and to make sure there’s a new bike under your Christmas tree this year, call us now on 01280 851113, or email us.

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