The Cycle To Work Scheme is to encourage more employees to cycle to and from work, or between workplaces.

Tax-free bikes and e-bikes now up to €1,500 with salary sacrifice


Step 1 - Choose your goods and get a quote from us. Steps to generate a quote has been mentioned at the bottom .
Step 2 - Apply for your certificate on
Step 3 -  Redeem your Cyclescheme certificate with us by emailing your certificate and quote number.
Step 4 - Receive your bike!

Instructions on how to generate a quote from the website

Step 1 : Add products to your cart

Step 2 : Click on checkout button

Step 3 : Fill your email, name, company name, delivery address and phone number

Step 4 : Once you fill all the details, click on “Continue Payment” button. You dont have to make any payment

Step 5: Select free shipping and select "Cycle to Work Invoice" option from the payment section, Click on "Complete Order" Button( No payment would be taken). * Do remember to change the billing address to your company address. Please note this will not finalize the order but just create an invoice to submit to your employer

Step 6 : Open your email to view the quote from Lets Cycle. Please do check your spam or promotion tab if you haven't received it.

Submit to your HR for payment process. Once we received the money, we will automatically send the bike to your shipping address within 7 to 10 working days. 


What is the purpose of the scheme?

The purpose of the scheme is to encourage more employees to cycle to and from work, or between work places, thereby contributing to lowering carbon emissions, reducing traffic congestion and improving health and fitness levels.


How do I pay for the bicycle?

You visit the shop, select the equipment you wish to buy and have the shop invoice your employer directly for the cost. Your employer will issue you a certificate for the bicycle and accessories and sets up a ‘salary sacrifice’ arrangement from your salary over an agreed time frame (which cannot be more than 12 months). This generally means that your employer will have to pay for the bike. The tax exemption does not apply if you pay for the bicycle and are reimbursed by your employer – they must pay for the bicycle via a certificate

The repayment for the bicycle and equipment is then deducted from your gross salary (this means before income tax, PRSI, pension levies or Universal Social Charge are deducted). These deductions can be made weekly, fortnightly or monthly depending on your salary payment arrangement. Your employer can also buy the bicycle on your behalf and not require you to pay for it.


How much can I save? 

Total Savings estimate

Bike Cost (1600)(1500 max and 3000 for cargo bikes) Bike Cost (1200) Bike Cost (800)
Tax rate 20% Tax rate 40% Tax rate 20% Tax rate 40% Tax rate 20% Tax rate 40%








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