London-based bike subscription startup Buzzbike is giving NHS workers in the city free use of its bikes for two months, to help them get to and from work during the Covid-19 crisis.

The bicycles are being delivered directly to the healthcare workers’ homes or hospitals where they work, with the help of Elizabeth Marsh Floral Design, who is offering its vans to get the bikes to them safely and as soon as possible.

Along with their bike delivery, Elizabeth Marsh will also be giving a posy of flowers to each NHS worker signing up to Buzzbike, to thank them for the incredible job they are doing on the frontline.

Buzzbike CEO and Co-Founder, Tom Hares says, ‘With public transport running restricted services, it’s vital we keep our amazing NHS staff healthy and moving at this critical time.’ Hares, who started the company in 2016 with Andy Nunn states, ‘We will provide the Buzzbike and all the kit they need to ride. We are still a small company but feel compelled to do what we can right now.’

Florist Elizabeth Marsh says, ‘It’s the very least we could do to support our incredible NHS workers, show our gratitude and help them stay positive throughout this crisis.’

NHS workers in London can sign up at using code BUZZNHS to get their free Buzzbike for two months, and will be required to present NHS ID.

Buzzbikes will be delivered while stocks last, and subject to the ability to safely deliver.