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CYCLE TO WORK SCHEME

WHAT IS THE CYCLE TO WORK SCHEME?

The Cycle to Work Scheme is a revenue scheme which aims to encourage employees to cycle to and from work. Under the scheme, your employer can purchase the bike and safety equipment for you, and is then deducted from your salary before the tax, over an agreed period of up to 12 months. Employees can save up to 52% of the cost of a new bicycle and safety accessories, depending on their tax brackets. It is up to each employer if they would like to take part in the scheme. The maximum amount that is covered by the scheme is €1250 for push bikes, and €1500 for electric bikes. Employees can only purchase 1 bike using the scheme every 4 tax years.

WORK SCHEME Information Q&A

What bikes and accessories are included?

The scheme covers new pedal and electric bikes, as well as the following safety equipment if purchased with the bike;

  • Cycle helmets
  • Bells and bulb horns
  • lights, including dynamo packs
  • Mirrors and mudguards
  • Cycle clips and dress guards
  • Panniers, luggage carriers and straps
  • Locks and chains
  • Pumps, puncture repair kits, cycle tool kits and tyre sealant
  • Reflective clothing, white front reflectors and spoke reflectors
What are the steps?

At Decathlon Ireland, we can offer the Cycle to Work Scheme in 4 different ways.
1) If your company issues payments by a direct bank transfer to Decathlon
2) If your company issues a cheque to Decathlon
3) If payment is made using a company credit card
4) If your company is signed up with TaxFreeBicycles
It is important to check with your employer how they operate the scheme, as Decathlon currently do not work with any third party cycle to work initiatives that are not mentioned above, such as BiketoWork (TravelHub), cyclescheme.ie, and Tax Saver Bicycles.
We can offer this scheme on any bike that we have in stock in store which costs a minimum of €300. Our full selection can be seen on our website www.decathlon.ie. There is a button below each product saying ‘check our stores’. This will show the stock levels in our Ballymun store.
If a certain bike is out of stock in store, please let us know and we can try our best to order it for you.
Once you have selected your new bike and accessories, please email the below information to cycletowork.dublin@decathlon.com:

  • Name:
  • Mobile:
  • Email:
  • Employer Name:
  • Employer Address:
  • Reference codes and sizes of bike and accessories:
  • How your company will process order/pay:

Alternatively, the bike and accessories can be selected in store with our team.
Then, we will send you a pro forma invoice by email.
- If your company is making a direct payment (bank transfer / cheque), please pass the pro forma invoice on to your HR in order for them to make the payment. As soon as we receive the payment, we will contact you and arrange a collection of your new bike as soon as it is fully assembled by our mechanics.
-If your company works with TaxFree Bicycles, please log into their website, where you will be able to upload the pro forma invoice. Then, once it is approved by your HR, you will be issued with a voucher. When you have the voucher, please email us at cycletowork.dublin@decathlon.com, and we will let you know when the bike is ready for a collection. When you visit the store, we will exchange the voucher for your bike and accessories.
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at cycletowork.dublin@decathlon.com.