bizbike bike share service

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Project by Sean Moroney

Total raised £170

raised so far



Expand our bike share service to encourage cycling as we emerge from lockdown and continue to provide free e-bike use for NHS workers.

We're still collecting donations

On the 9th July 2020 we'd raised £170 with 3 supporters in 56 days. But as every pound matters, we're continuing to collect donations from supporters.

We have operated our bike share service in Cambridge since July 2018, with pick-up hubs around the city to encourage commuters to switch from car use to cycling. We provide e-bikes for long-range routes and pedal bikes for shorter routes. We work closely with local authorities and employers to meet community needs, promote cycling and reduce traffic congestion and pollution. We want to expand the service to cover the Greater Cambridge area and surrounding villages, achieve critical mass to make a major impact and spread the cycling culture to non-cyclists by providing a high-quality service with first-class support. Local authorities have provided support for our service in the past and are keen to facilitate its expansion by, for example, providing pick-up hubs at all Park & Rides around the city. Funding would be used to purchase additional e-bikes for the service. In addition we will continue and expand our free e-bike service for NHS workers at Addenbrooke's Hospital during the Covid-19 crisis period. We plan to expand to other towns and cities from 2021 onwards once we have developed Cambridge as a showcase bike share community.

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