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Launch of the new Beryl Dorset scheme.(Left to Right) - 1-3: Beryl Bikes staff. 4-7: Chris Whitehouse, Cllr Mike Parkes, Cllr Simon Gibson, Cllr Cathy Lugg, Dorset Council.

Beryl bikeshare boost for Dorset, just in time for Cycle to Work Day

The UK’s leading micromobility provider, Beryl, and Dorset Council are offering thousands more people the chance to take up two wheeled travel from today (1 August), a few days ahead of the UK’s biggest cycling commuting event.

Two young ladies using the Beryl app to unlock their bike (left of the picture) and e-scooter (right of the picture). Behind them is  beryl bay with other bikes and e-scooters parked up.

Summer scooter safety scheme extended

A scheme designed to make Beryl’s e-scooters even safer has been reintroduced this summer.

Councillor Robert Savage, County Councillor for Wymondham, sat on a Beryl bike at the launch of the Norwich scheme extension.

Norwich scheme wheels into Wymondham

The UK’s leading micromobility provider, Beryl, and Norfolk County Council have expanded the bike, e-bike and e-scooter share scheme.

Beryl and BCP Council teams at the launch of the new e-bikes outside Bournemouth Station on Friday 22 July.

E-bikes added to Beryl scheme

The UK’s leading micromobility provider, Beryl, is now offering users in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) even more forms of sustainable travel.

From left to right - Beryl BCP scheme Leader, Martin Jolly, BCP Council Accessibility Team Leader, Nick Philip and BCP Council Portfolio Holder for Transport and Sustainability, Councillor Mike Greene celebrate the landmark of one million journeys achieved in the Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole bike and e-scooter share scheme.

One million not out for Beryl and BCP

The UK’s leading micromobility provider Beryl, and BCP Council are celebrating a significant milestone for the region’s bike and e-scooter share scheme.

A large wall in front of a Beryl bay containing parked bikes and e-scooters.

Solent bike share scheme to start this summer

Today (5th July 2022) Portsmouth City Council accepted a proposal from Solent Transport to introduce a Department for Transport-funded bicycle and e-bike rental scheme this summer. Southampton City Council and Isle of Wight Council will also join the scheme, with Beryl as the approved supplier for the Solent region.

New Beryl bike share scheme at Wool railway station.

Bikeshare boost for Dorset

A new bikeshare scheme, delivered by Beryl in partnership with Dorset Council and South Western Railway, is set to boost access to employment and visitor attractions while further encouraging sustainable commuting.

Three riders pushing their Beryl vehicles up a grass verge. The rider on the right is a young male pushing an e-scooter and the other two are young females pushing bikes.

Summer scooter safety scheme back for 2022

A scheme designed to make Beryl’s e-scooter scheme even safer around Bournemouth and Poole seafront promenades is set to return from 1 July.

New Hope Outreach Plus workers David Abrahams and Joe Hodgins using Beryl services.

Beryl support vital outreach charity

The UK’s leading micromobility company, Beryl, has teamed up with a Watford homeless outreach charity to help them access and help more people in less time.

A cyclist commuting in Norwich

More time to Love Your Commute

The UK’s leading micromobility provider, Beryl, and Norfolk County Council are extending their ‘Love Your Commute’ campaign for another week, following its initial popularity.

A group of riders taking part in e-scooter training with a licensed instructor in Bournemouth.

Beryl welcomes new e-scooter announcement

The UK’s leading micromobility provider, Beryl, has welcomed the latest announcement on the future of e-scooter legislation.

A lady and a man resting by a bridge overlooking a river in Hereford. The lady on the left of the picture is stood on a Beryl bike and the man on the right of the picture is stood on a Beryl e-bike.

Beryl celebrate Hereford contract by extending bike share scheme

The UK’s leading micromobility provider, Beryl, will provide the city’s bike share scheme for another five years, after it was successful in a competitive tendering process.