E-bike brand Mycle launches new tree planting scheme

23 Sep 2022

What’s more green than a zero-emission electric bike? An electric bike that also helps combat climate change through a tree planting scheme, that’s what. 

Electric bike maker Mycle is aiming to offer its bikes with the promise of planting a tree for every order placed after partnering with climate action organisation Ecologi. 

UK-based firm Mycle has a range of electric bikes from foldable machines to off-road biassed electric two-wheelers.     

The collaboration between the Mycle and Ecologi will ensure new trees are planted, with more than 1700 trees having been planted already. 

Mycle says that its new tree planting will not only help combat climate change, but will also employ people around the world who will plant and maintain the new forests created through the scheme. 

The e-bike manufacturer added that the new partnership with Ecologi builds on its sustainability projects, with the firm’s warehouse already supplied by 100% renewable energy. 


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