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Isotrak introduces Bike 2 Work scheme

Isotrak is now offering the Bike 2 Work scheme to its employees as part of the Government’s Green Transport Plan. Isotrak’s employees and the environment are at the heart of the business and they are always looking for new and beneficial ways to look after them. As a leading systems integration and tracking specialist, Isotrak is keen to help its workforce kick start the day with a bike ride to work, which is not only beneficial for them but great for the environment, helping to reduce the company’s CO2 emissions with this simple but efficient scheme.

The scheme encourages workers to opt for a healthier, more carbon friendly way of getting to work by offering up to 50% off the cost of a bike and its equipment, for a value of up to £1000, spread over 12 months interest free through salary sacrifice.

The benefits of this popular scheme aren’t just financial. Cycling has been proved to improve general health, fitness levels, encourage weight loss, reduce stress levels and contribute towards an active lifestyle which results in a better quality of life.

By giving up their vehicles and public transport, employees would save a great deal on their transport costs but also reduce their carbon footprint, help clear the air from pollution and reduce congestion which all helps save our planet and benefit communities.

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