Women's e-bike
Women's e-bike

Cycling made e-asy

You’ll be unstoppable once you’ve discovered an e-cycle. That’s why we’ve made it easy and free for you to access an electric cycle. Short journeys will never be the same again
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What is Cycling made e-asy?

Cycling made e-asy is an exciting new scheme funded by the Department for Transport and run by Cycling UK and partners.

This fantastic scheme gives you free access to try-and-ride sessions or long-term e-cycles loans. You can choose from a wide range of electric cycles to meet your needs, including adapted e-cycles and cargo bikes. Enjoy loans from top brands, as well as expert support and training, so you can make e-cycling a regular part of your daily life. 

They’re available to book online or face-to-face in five pilot locations: Greater Manchester, Leicester, Luton & Dunstable, Hull and Sheffield.

Get started today and enjoy the ride of your life.

I use it for everything, there’s not a day I’m not using it
Peter McCuaig went from never riding a bike to cycling 12 miles a day
Woman on adapted electric cycle
Support and training to help you ride e-asy

If you haven’t been cycling for a while, or this is the first time you’ve used an e-cycle, you can book training and support at the e-cycle collection points. Experts will be on hand through our partner stores or via our community hubs.

They’ll discuss your skills and requirements when you come to collect your loan, or you can try out an e-cycle first at one of our events and make your loan from there. You can be assured our friendly experts will give you the confidence to get riding quickly and easily. 

Two friends riding an e-bike
Book your loan and training here

Over 2022-23 we are working in five pilot cities. Currently all our bikes in Manchester are booked out. The project will start providing e-cycle loans in our other locations during summer 2022.

To find out more about how bookings work, please see our Frequently Asked Questions which has everything you need to know about the scheme detailed for you.

To register your interest in the project and join our mailing list, please use our expression of interest form. For any other queries, please contact us.