Transform Your Business With Electric Cargo Bikes
Replace the Van with low cost, low maintenance delivery bikes available with leasing & EST Grant.
Electric cargo bikes provide huge opportunity for businesses to operate local deliveries more efficiently, save money and boost brand image with customers.
Studies have shown that cargo bikes can replace vans in most local delivery situations and are faster and more likely to be on time, improving customer service.
We offer leasing on all of our cargo bike range - helping spread the cost and get you up and riding as quickly as possible.
Leasing available over 2 - 5 years - Servicing can be Included
Save up to £1,000 with Government Grant
Take the road less travelled and make more deliveries, on time. Offer more flexible delivery times for your customers.
No fuel, emissions or congestion charges to pay.
Government Grant Now Available
Avoid Rush Hour
No need to sit in heavy traffic - utilise alternative routes and arrive on time.
The huge visibility of a cargo bike ensures your business is in the mind of passers by as a responsible, ethical company.
With leasing, spread the cost over monthly payments up to 5 years!
Book your demonstration today.
We'll bring the bike to you, and show you just how capable these van-busting bikes are!
With a volume of up to 620 Litres, the Urban Arrow Cargo XL is the most versatile and popular business bike in their range.
Seen all over Amsterdam transporting goods to other businesses and customers alike, they've become a beloved part of the street furniture.
Available in Flatbed, Flightcase, Sliderbox and Cooler models, there's a solution whatever your business.
Local Delivery - Turn Heads
A Butcher in London cut CO2 emissions by 75% using an electric cargo bike. This 6 month trial saw any local delivery under a 3 Miles made using a bike, rather than their van. Over 2 weeks of local deliveries the bike travelled nearly 125 Miles.
When comparing journeys between van and the electric cargo bike over a two week test period, the bike was quicker and over 50% cheaper. In one example, a delivery by bike was 4 minutes quicker than by van to the same location.
Benefits of the trial saw:
- Over £800 a year saved on fuel
- Far more flexible delivery slots as not affected by rush hour traffic (this was also seen in a trial run by Sainsburys
- More deliveries made on time - The bike can go places vans can't like passages blocked to vans, which made the trip quicker
- Anyone could make deliveries - the Bike didn't require the staff to have a driving license
- Cheaper - The bike was cheaper to buy and run than the van, and increased delivery effeciency
With ULEZ coming into effect, there's even more savings to be made of up to £12 a day.
Replace the Van in 96.7% of Drops
Sainsbury's recently trialled 5 electric cargo bikes to delivery up to 100 deliveries a day. 96.7% of deliveries were fulfilled in a single bike run, far exceeding the expected capability of the bikes.
Using these bikes meant no congestion or emissions charges were needed. Even better, the speed and responsiveness allowed 1 hour and same hour delivery slots to be available.
Need to transport goods around on site quickly, quietly and cheaply?
In the 1950s the Raleigh Roundsman cargo bike was used for exactly this, transporting items between Morris and MG parts departments.
Electric Cargo Bikes & Energy Savings Trust Grant
A huge 20% off the cost of the bike (up to £1,000).
Up To £1,000 Discount
Up to £1,000 Per Bike. Max 50 bikes.
Spread the cost over 2 - 5 years
The Department for Transport has made £2 million in funding available for businesses looking to purchase a cargo bike.
The government will offer 20% of the total cost of each bike, up to £1,000. You can purchase multiple bikes, letting you fully switch or diversify your delivery fleet.
Who is eligible?
- Sole Traders
- Limited Companies
- Partnerships, Charities & Not for Profits
What are the bike requirements?
- Minimum 125L Cargo Volume
- Minimum 130kg Weight Capacity
- Maximum £1,000 Discount
- EPAC - Max of 15.5mph
Full information on the grant can be found here, however these are some of the key points to be aware of.
- Grant covers the bike only
- You must await Grant approval before purchasing
- England only
- You should have been operational for 12 months, though new businesses will be considered
- Up to 50 bikes per organisation - so you can purchase several models and bikes
- Bike's costing over £5,000 will receive a maximum of £1,000 grant