Super Soco, Britain’s most popular electric motorcycle brand, is helping to keep key workers moving as doctors, nurses and other essential personnel opt for two wheels in a bid to avoid public transport. To help support those working on the front line during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Super Soco has extended its offer of a 10% discount to all key workers on any of its range of electric bikes.
As the UK enters its second national lockdown and people are advised to avoid public transport where possible, a number of key workers are opting to use Super Soco electric motorcycles for their commute. Doctors, nurses, police officers and other essential workers, who keep the country moving, are discovering the green and clean benefits that commuting by electric motorcycle brings, particularly compared to using public transport.
Switching to two wheels for the commute could not be easier. Non-motorcyclists can get riding with a Super Soco very easily as the majority of models can be ridden on a car licence (pre-2001) with no additional training, or with a one-day training course. The less congested streets also mean its never been a better time for new riders to feel confident and make that change to two wheels. Super Soco bikes easily cover the vast majority of commuting distances, making them the perfect option for those wishing to adhere to the new social distancing norms.
The rechargeable batteries in Super Soco bikes are removable with carry handles, making them easy to charge from any 3 pin socket in the home, garage or workplace. This completely eliminates the need to stop and fuel up at petrol stations with no need to touch dirty or contaminated pumping equipment, so ensuring Super Soco riders’ journeys are both self-contained and self-sufficient.
Eager to help out those people working on the frontline during the coronavirus outbreak, Super Soco is giving all key workers a 10% discount on any of its five electric motorcycles. The offer is currently available through participating dealers, including Midland Scooters in Nottingham, Urban Ebikes in London, Whatever Wheels in Blackburn, MotoUK in Staffordshire and Discount Motoring in Glasgow.
For more information visit https://supersoco.co.uk/key-workers/
Aniko Deierl, a Consultant Neonatologist at Imperial College, London explained, “I decided to buy a Super Soco TC Max during the first lockdown because I’ve always wanted something with the look and feel of a big bike, while being light and manageable in traffic. Also, I like to be very environmentally friendly. I live in Harrow and work at St Mary’s Hospital Paddington, in neonatal intensive care. My Super Soco has halved the time of my commute, and the smooth ride gives me 20 minutes to think at the beginning and end of the day. If I wasn’t on the Super Soco I’d likely be on the train or driving, both of which involve significantly greater risks of Coronavirus transmission. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the Super Soco to other key workers.”
Andy Fenwick, Super Soco UK, added “Since the pandemic began, we have been amazed at how many key workers have come forward to say they are using their Super Soco motorcycles for their commute. We’ve made new sales to numerous doctors and other key workers and look forward to helping keep them on the road and working. Our affordable machines are a great way to maintain social distance whilst travelling, and with the roads being quieter than ever it is the perfect time to enjoy all the benefits that riding electric motorcycles brings.”
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