The second wave of Bike Vouchers will be released this afternoon. There have been some small changes made so please look at the website. More about the schemeThe scheme was first announced back in June with the aim of encouraging thousands of people get back into cycling. The Government initially pledged to spend £25 million, releasing 500,000 vouchers as part of the '£2bn cycling and walking revolution' which involves thousands of miles of new protected bike lanes, cycle training for everyone and bikes available on prescription. The vouchers are being released in batches in order to help manage capacity across participating bike shops and repair centres. EligibilityThe scheme is open to anyone in England who has an unused cycle in need of a repair.Customers are advised to consider the needs of others before applying for a voucher and to not delay making planned repairs outside of the scheme should circumstances allow it.Vouchers can only be used with bike repairers or mechanics that are registered for the scheme in England. Register now It's not too late to register.As the sector is still reportedly facing a shortage of stock and as the darker weather draws upon us, repairing old bikes is a great way to maintain revenue and encourage cycling. https://www.gov.uk/…/fix-your-bike-voucher-scheme-apply-for… Based in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, Just One More Bike are registered as a cycle repair centre as part of this Government scheme.