Race Scene will be moving premises in early January

The new store is situated only 2 miles away in the nearby village of Dodworth. We will be updating progress on our home page and on social media

Open Tuesday—Saturday 9am—5:30pm

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To promote healthier journeys to work and to reduce environmental pollution, the 1999 Finance Act introduced an annual tax exemption, which allows employers to loan cycles and cyclists’ safety equipment to employees as a tax-free benefit. The exemption, known as the Cycle to Work Scheme was one of a series of measures introduced under the Government’s Green Transport Plan.

Administration of this scheme can be carried out by your employer or by one of the many companies that offer to act as administrator, the biggest being Cyclescheme. Race Scene are affiliated to Cyclescheme, the Bike2Work scheme, Halfords Cycle2work, Cycle Plus and Bikes for the NHS. These Cycle to Work scheme administrators issue you with a Certificate, once authorised by your employer, that can be exchanged for a bike and any safety equipment at Race Scene or in our Specialized Concept Store.

Sale bikes are subject to a 10% of voucher total charge. Eg: a sale bike purchased with a £1000 voucher will be subject to a £100 charge. Please note that Halfords Cycle to Work vouchers will attract a 15% charge on sale purchases.

Step One

Your employer needs to be registered with one of the Cycle to Work schemes. They can find out how to do this from information on one of the Cycle to Work Scheme websites.

Step Two

Visit Race Scene, choose the bike and, if required, safety equipment and get a quotation.

Step Three

You apply for a Certificate online using the relevant Cycle to Work Scheme website. Your employee will usually sign an online Hire Agreement at this time.

Step Four

Once approved, a Certificate will be issued to either your employer or directly to you, whichever is requested.

Step Five

The Certificate is then redeemed at Race Scene in exchange for the bike package. Salary sacrifice then commences over the hire period (usually 12 months).

Step Six

At the end of the hire period the owner of the bike may choose to offer the employee ownership of the bike for a full market value.