If you can’t ride your bike, we’ll help you clean it

bike cleaning kit

You’ll be riding your bike less than usual during these uncertain times, so why not give it the clean of its life?

We’re giving away a top notch bike cleaning kit from Green Oil, a British company that claims to make the world’s greenest bicycle maintenance products.

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Green Oil has been fighting the use of carcinogenic PTFE and petrochemical pollution. The harm they do in a workshop environment, in your garage, and to the rivers and seas can last for years. As a result, the company uses recycled (not just recyclable) plastic in its bottles and plant-based fully biodegradable formulas.

The bumper cleaning kit we’re giving away includes two bottles of  Green Oil Wet Chain Lube, two bike armour anti-rub plates, eco bike cleaner, degreaser jelly, an EcoRag cleaning cloth, Ecogrease and an FSC certified bicycle brush. And when you’re finished with it, the packaging tub includes a seed pack so you can use it to grow your own vegetables.

Win a bike cleaning kit

To enter the draw to win the £85 cleaning kit, simply leave a comment at the bottom of the page and we’ll pick a name at random next week.

green oil bicycle cleaning kit

Protect your bicycle

One cycle insurance policy appears much like another, but the devil is the detail. How much excess you will be charged is just one of the things that varies wildly between providers. Another is so called ‘new-for-old’ replacement – many insurers use this term, but if your bicycle is more than a few years old, devalue it severely. This means you are left out of pocket when you come to replace it.

ETA cycle insurance has a low excess and offers new-for-old for life – however old the bike, if it’s stolen you get enough to buy a new model. Furthermore, every cycle insurance policy you buy from us helps support the work of the ETA Trust, our charity campaigning for a cleaner, safer transport future.

Cheaper bike cleaning solution

If you’re not lucky enough to win the bike cleaning kit, we think we’ve stumbled upon a cheap, quick, efficient and non-toxic alternative that costs £3 per bottle.

Method multi—purpose cleaner is aimed at kitchen use but it does a marvellous job of blasting through road grime after a mucky ride. We like it because the ingredients are biodegradable. And some are derived from corn and coconut so as an added benefit, your bike will never have smelled better.

New bicycle cleaning method

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Comments

  1. Jo Rigby

    Reply

    Thanks for everything you do to promote safer roads and cycling.

  2. Richard Gore

    Reply

    Yes please! Sound great!

  3. Wolf Simpson

    Reply

    What? You want us to clean our cycles as well as ride them? 😜😜😜🤣🤣🤣

    Not heard of this brand, so will have to look into them as I do clean my cycles. 😁😁😁

  4. Neil Emson

    Reply

    Thankfully I’m still able to ride my bicycle, consequently it need a really good clean and service! 😊

  5. Karl Mullen

    Reply

    Clean products, clean bike, clean environment.

    Will look out for Green Oil when this is all over.

  6. Tom Unwin

    Reply

    My bikes need a clean. Be good to have some motivation.

  7. Stephen

    Reply

    I love the environmentally friendly aspect of these products to compliment the ultimate environmentally friendly form of transport.

    🚲🌍

  8. Gillian

    Reply

    Let’s all hope the whole world cleans up its act.

    I’d like to start with these wonderful green cleaning products on my bikes.

  9. Craig

    Reply

    I don’t know if this current global crisis is Mother Nature’s way of telling us to change, but these products, the decreased use of cars and increase use of bicycles are all small steps in the right direction…..

    Thanks for bringing them to our attention ETA, keep up the good work.

  10. Elspeth

    Reply

    Cool products!

    My trusty steed would much appreciate a green clean please.

  11. Darren C

    Reply

    I assume I’m far too late to add my name into the hat?
    (I usually wait for the newsletter via email, but guess that has been on hold hence I missed this fine give-away).

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