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Save up to £50 off a workshop repair with the Government Fix Your Bike Scheme

Condor is registered and participating in the Government’s Fix your Bike Voucher Scheme. You can claim up to £50 off the cost of a bike service or repair.

Click here to claim your £50 voucher

Who is eligible and how can I apply?

Everyone in the UK will be able to apply for the scheme, but there are only 500,000 vouchers available. The Government has announced that bike owners can apply for vouchers from Tuesday 28 July at 23.45.

Click here to apply

How do a book at repair at Condor?

We operate a booking system to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the workshop. Please get in touch to book your bike in.

What is the scheme?

The scheme was announced as part of a plan for active travel by transport secretary, Grant Shapps, back in May. Bike shops across the country have been encouraged to take part — you can find the full list of bike repairers across England that are taking part on on the repairer locations page of the Fix Your Bike microsite.

The scheme aims to encourage more people in England to embrace cycling as an alternative to private cars and public transport, particularly while social distancing measures are in place.

Condor is an approved Brompton servicing and repairs provider

What repairs can be made?

You can save up to £50 on any service at Condor or smaller repair work that helps get your bike back on the road safely. It includes any type of bike including a Brompton.

People can use their voucher at any participating repair shop, with the voucher remaining valid for two months following registration. There is a limit of two vouchers per household.

The scheme can be used to pay towards a service and parts that are required to make the bike safe to use on public roads, but will not be allowed to use against the cost of accessories and other equipment.

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