Bikmo partner with Love to Ride to encourage cycling use

Cycling insurer Bikmo and Love to Ride have announced a three year partnership in a bid to get more people riding their bikes, and increase education for riders on how to keep their bikes safe.

Love to Ride is an online platform that runs a year-round programme of campaigns. To date they’ve engaged over 570,000 people worldwide, including 132,000 ‘new riders’.

During Love to Ride campaigns riders accumulate points in order to win prizes. As part of the partnership announced today, Bikmo will be providing prizes for the winners, across a number of campaigns. These will be gold sold secure rated Hiplok bike locks and as a launch prize they are offering a £200 Freewheel voucher to spend in a local bike shop. Members of Love to Ride will also have access to exclusive discount on Bikmo cycle insurance.

David George, CEO of Bikmo said: ‘’We are delighted to announce our partnership with Love to Ride, supporting existing and new riders to enjoy the benefits of cycling.

‘’Our team is made up of enthusiastic riders, from every discipline you can think of. In addition to offering Love to Ride members with prizes for their challenges and exclusive savings on our insurance policies, we’ll be bringing our expertise on key subjects for keeping your bike safe.

‘’The partnership comes at a great time, as Love to Ride will soon kick off their annual Cycle September challenge. We can’t wait to follow the progress of members from around the world, and of course find out who our prizes will be going to.’’

Sam Robinson, Director at Love to Ride said: ‘’We’re looking forward to partnering with Bikmo to get more people enjoying all the benefits of riding a bike. We think our UK riders will greatly benefit from discounted access to their insurance and educational resources to keep their bikes safer.

‘’We’re delighted to hear the Bikmo team will be taking part in Cycle September, for us it’s important to partner with and engage other organisations that are committed to supporting and increasing ridership at all levels.”

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