Membership

CycleCharge has two types of members: e-bike owners and business Charge Points.

e-bike owner members If you own an electric bicycle (e-bike), you can become a member free of charge and use Charge Points. There are no fees or costs, the only condition is that you own an e-bike and agree to follow some simple rules when using Charge Points.

Membership Cards

As a registered e-bike owner you will need a membership card to use Charge Points. These are free but we ask for 60p to cover postage. Order your membership card by PayPal. Allow 3-4 days for delivery. Please remember to include your name and address.

Business charging point members If you run a business and would like to become a Charge Point for e-bike owners, you can register your business online and we will send you charge point pack which includes a window sticker to display on your premises. There is no fee to businesses, but there is of course the small cost of electricity for recharging batteries which you will be responsible for. As a registered business, we will include details of your business on our website and you will have the opportunity to advertise your business free of charge.

Charge Point Pack

Once registered as a Charge Point, you can request a Charge Point Pack. This is free of charge but we ask for 60p to cover postage. Order your Charge Point Pack by PayPal. Allow 3-4 days for delivery.

Latest News

8th December 2014: After a long hatius with the Cyclecharge project, there have been some significant developments in the last quarter of 2014. CycleCharge is now CycleCharge Limited, a non-profit company limited by guarantee. Paul Rogers (Project Manager) and Lynda Graves (Regional Organiser) are now joint Trustee Directors. We hope to invite others onto the board in due course. What started as an informal project with volunteers, is now a recognised legal company . The reasons for this move are three fold; to facilitate easier fund-raising and the application of government subsidy and grants. To faciliate application for partial charity/tax-exemption status. To enable CycleCharge to begin offering cheap affordable e-bike batteries. The last objective is a significant change from CycleCharge's original purpose, providing public charge points. The timing of this has a lot to do with EU and government policy changes concerning moving towards a low carbon economy. This provides significant opportunities for CycleCharge to contribute towards helping lower CO2 by promoting the use of e-bikes and making them more affordable. We are currently in the process of moving to a new host and establishing a new more modern website which will be completed over the coming weeks.