We're proud to announce that Beryl has successfully been re-certified as a B-Corporation company for another three years.
Bike Week 2022 will focus on how cycling can have a positive impact on local communities by improving people’s health and environmental footprint while saving money.
It's time to take to two wheels and make the most of your summer in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
The theme this year for International Women’s Day is Break The Bias and here at Beryl, we believe that representation matters.
Brandon Johnston is a 21-year-old media student at Bournemouth University. A local resident, he has clocked over 250 rides since the launch of the e-scooter trial, using them on an almost daily basis to get to lectures, classes, work or sometimes just for leisure.
Nothing beats a crisp winter’s day, but dark nights and chilly weather don’t always make for fun riding.
Tom Massey runs a Hackney-based carpentry business, specialising in the conservation of historic buildings, particularly timber. It's a business that requires mobility and flexibility as Tom must visit different sites with a variety of tools to carry out his skilled profession.
We’ve asked some of our regular cargo bike users to let us know what they enjoy the most about the new scheme. Chris Fellingham and Michael Davies, were happy to share their recent experiences with the new scheme and how it helps them in their day to day life 👇