Builders partnered with the cycle to work scheme

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  • Hi all,

    I was looking and participating in this conversation and I was wondering, especially now that most policies don't have upper limit, are there builders out there who works with the cycle to work scheme? Shall we maybe start a list? Happy to be in charge of keeping it update based on individual contributions. Let me know, thanks.

    ctw = Cycle To Work
    rf = Retail Finance

    Cloud 9 Cycles: ctw
    Isen Workshop: ctw
    Meteor Works: ctw + rf
    Ryan Builds Wheels (wheels builder): ctw
    Shand Cycles: ctw
    Spoon Customs: ctw
    Sturdy Cycles: ctw
    Wyndy Milla: ctw

  • I'm sure sturdy do if titanium is your thing

  • Hey @wildwest thanks a lot for the info, I'd love for other people to chip in maybe so I can start building a useful list for everyone. I found that Meteor does too, so I guess I'll start with those two.

  • Saw that Isen are doing cycle to work recently

  • Yes I saw that too and so does Shand, however, I have to write an email to them to ask whether it applies only to OTP or also customs, which, in case of Isen it means Hartley I guess, now that the Talbot brand is no more, officially at least.

  • @LukeG I added them in the meantime. If anyone else comes across builder who are part of the cycle to work scheme please let me know and I'll update the list.

  • Not a frame builder but Ryan Builds Wheels in bristol do Wheels on the Cycle scheme

  • I guess it still counts, I'll add a note. Now that the most cycle to work schemes have no more upper limits I think it's important we start tracking those professionals who are offering them, it's going to be good for the customer, for the builders, for everyone really.

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Builders partnered with the cycle to work scheme

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