COVID-19 INITIATIVES 

 

nextbikeUK is proud to announce the following initiatives to support during the COVID-19 crisis. Last updated date: 14/09/2020

Stirling - Unlimited 30 min free rides in Stirling

Glasgow - Unlimited 30 min free rides in Glasgow

Santander Cycles MK - Unlimited 30 min free rides in Milton Keynes

Cardiff: Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board workers: Fill in this Surveymonkey to redeem a free membership.

 

Special thanks to all our partners for making these initiatives possible.

 

Should you need us for your travel, we are here.

 

Current evidence shows that bike share is a low-risk mode of transport. Cycling is the perfect way to make essential trips and exercise while practising social-distancing. Getting out in the fresh air is also vital for mental health during these times. Customers should feel safe cycling as long as they follow current social distancing recommendations and guidelines set out by the government.

 

CUSTOMER ADVICE

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SERVICE TEAM GUIDELINES

In addition to the standard personal hygiene guidelines, our service teams have also implemented the below:

 

  • All service team members in the workshop have been provided with gloves for work.
  • Mechanic stations have been spread out to abide by 2 meter distancing rules. Shifts have been adjusted to reduce the number of team members working  at the same time in the workshop.
  • All drivers work alone and have access to masks and gloves. They leave the van windows and doors open and disinfect the inside of the van between shifts.
  • All vans have sealable bins to dispose of cleaning equipment.
  • All deliveries are disinfected.
  • We are using a general multi-surface cleaner antibacterial cleaner and/or alcohol-based solution to wipe down equipment. Each bike is wiped down with one sheet from a blue roll/kitchen roll.
  • Handlebars, lock whip, bike computers and seats are regularly sanitised when they arrive and leave the workshop and when drivers check them in the field. 
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