Cambridge is well-known for its number of cyclists. The city and University have a number of support measures in place to make it an accessible travel option.
The University's Travel to Work loan scheme could help you buy a bicycle and associated safety equipment with an interest-free loan of up to £2,500.
The national Cycle to Work scheme allows staff to purchase bicycles and associated safety equipment on a tax-free basis through a salary sacrifice scheme.
Explore the benefits of the University being a full member of Travel for Cambridgeshire, our transport partners:
- Full TfC benefits list (includes a list of participating bike shops and what they offer)
Tax relief on business journeys
Employers can pay their employees up to 20p per mile tax free for business journeys made by bicycle. The University does not currently pay any cycle mileage allowance. However, employees can claim tax relief on 20p per mile for all business journeys made using their own bicycle, through their tax return.
Have a look at the fantastic online interactive map from the Cambridge Cycle Campaign and Cyclestreets
Order and view a printed map from Cambridgeshire City Council