NHS staff in London are offered free e-bikes to avoid travelling on public transport
During the covid-19 outbreak, TFL provided key NHS staff in London with free e-bikes for three months to help them commute to work at a social distance.
Key NHS staff in London are to use electric bikes free of charge for three months to help them commute to work at a social distance.There are currently 20 Gocycle GS Loaner e-bikes, and more brands like Raleigh will be joining soon.The e-bikes, Abus locks and helmets are being distributed as part of the London-based e-bike retailer's comprehensive charging plan.Interested NHS staff can register on the relevant page.
Free e-bikes can not only reduce users' commuting costs, but also help them avoid having to get close to others in public transportation.TFL is currently offering a basic service that is only available to key workers such as NHS staff, but the reduction in trains means that other users are becoming more crowded, which poses a challenge to the practice of safe social guidance.Electric bikes are a good choice.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, bike shops across the UK were allowed to remain open and business flourished.As well as Gocycle, Last week Brompton offered health care workers 200 bikes for 30 days for a £1 fee, while a charity is offering NHS workers Sue e-bikes for free.Uber is also offering NHS staff up to 50 free rides by electric Jump, capped at £10 per trip.