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E-cycle extension fund: successful bids

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Local Authority Department for Transport funding Pilot description
Birmingham City Council £199,000 Increasing the availability of e-cycles and adapted e-cycles through a range of providers including the West Midlands Cycle Hire scheme; Active Wellbeing Society; Bike Brum and Midland Mencap.
Devon County Council £124,617 Expansion of the existing on street electric cycle hire network.
Isle of Wight Council £132,920 Provision of e-cycle loans and subsidised e-cycle hire across the Isle of Wight.
Kent County Council £87,800 Expansion of existing e-cycle training and establishment of additional training hubs.
Leicester City Council £250,000 E-cycle outreach programme in market towns and extension of Leicester City Council Wheels to Work scheme and Leicester Bike Share Social Inclusion programme.
Norfolk County Council £250,000 E-cycle loans focussed on key target areas building on existing Cycle Loan Scheme and making adapted e-cycles and standard e-cycles available through ‘Fun and Fit for All’ disability cycle trial sessions.
Plymouth City Council £59,835 Introduction of a number of small scale, innovative, trials to tackle the barriers to preventing greater uptake of e-cycles by giving people first-hand experience of using an e-cycle, the skills to maintain an e-cycle and the confidence that they can be safely stored.
West of England CA £247,877 Expansion of existing e-cycle fleet, e-cycle security promotion and community engagement.
York £133,040 Enabling people in York to trial and potentially purchase e-cycles through publicity, try-outs, cycle training and discounts.