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New listing for Cyclescheme IBDs on thecyclepeople.com

Tax-free Tie Up for Cycle Commuters

TheCyclePeople.com and tax-free bike scheme operator, Cyclescheme.co.uk, have teamed up to provide a new service for UK cycle commuters.

Cyclescheme customers will now be able to use TheCyclePeople.com to compare and review over 3,000 mountain bikes, road bikes and commuter cycles, and identify Cyclescheme dealers on the site from which to buy.

TheCyclePeople.com will also provide access to hundreds of cycling holidays, bike clubs and cycle routes, allowing the cyclist to get the most out of their tax-free equipment.

Cyclescheme.co.uk IBDs are now eligible for free upgraded listings for life on TheCyclePeople.com. Upgraded listings work like mini websites, linking a shop to the brands that it stocks, as well as promoting workshop facilities, demo days and customer offers. Cyclescheme members will also be able to display the tax-free bike logo on their shop listing, attracting customers to use the scheme.

Manufacturers that have submitted their latest product range to TheCyclePeople.com will also benefit thanks to the increased reach of the comparison site into UK businesses.

Owner of TheCyclePeople.com, Chris Hill, said: "This is a great opportunity for Cyclescheme members. The upgraded shop listings on the site generate considerably more interest, and perform much better in search engine results. What we are offering Cyclescheme members for free, would normally cost over £100 per year, so I would encourage all members to get their listings upgraded and start reaping the benefits immediately."

To upgrade their listings for free, Cyclescheme members should contact Accounts@TheCyclePeople.com stating their shop’s name and location. Manufacturers that have yet to submit their latest product range to TheCyclePeople.com should also contact the company at the same address.

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