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Beryl hire bike outside Cockcroft, Moulsecoomb, Brighton

Beryl offers exclusive 25% student discount for bike share hire

Beryl, the leading bike and scooter sharing scheme operating in towns and cities across the UK, is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with the University of Brighton. Starting today and running until July 2024, Beryl is offering University of Brighton students an exclusive 25% discount on all Minute Bundles and Riding Passes.

Beryl has always been committed to providing convenient and sustainable mobility solutions for students and residents alike. With this new partnership, Beryl aims to make eco-friendly transportation even more accessible and affordable for students attending the University of Brighton.

Key details of the offer

  • Discount Offer: University of Brighton students can enjoy a 25% discount on all Minute Bundles and Riding Passes.
  • Eligibility: This offer is available to University of Brighton students. A valid University of Brighton student ID or email address will be required to redeem the discount.
  • Duration: The offer will be valid from 12 September 2023 to July 2024, providing students ample time to take advantage of this fantastic discount.
  • How to Apply: To access this incredible offer, eligible students should visit the Beryl website and complete Beryl’s Student Discount Webform to apply.

Where to find Beryl bikes on the university campuses?

Find the BTN BikeShare docking stations on our interactive cycle facilities map, in the following locations on or near to our campuses:

Moulsecoomb campus

  • Advanced Engineering Building (AEB) – docks for 18 bikes
  • Cockcroft – docks for 9 bikes

Falmer campus

  • Falmer Sports Centre- docks for 6 bikes
  • Westlain House, Falmer campus – docks for 12 bikes

City campus

  • Grand Parade main building pavement
  • Edward Steet (on pavement outside building)

Why choose Beryl?

Introducing Beryl Bikes, co-founded by our very own University of Brighton alum, Emily Brooke, in 2012. Emily, an avid cyclist and innovative designer, started her business enterprise with the groundbreaking Laserlight—a product that increased cyclist visibility by 32%. This remarkable achievement led to Laserlight’s integration into bike hire fleets in London, New York, and Montreal.

Beryl’s bike and scooter sharing scheme offers an eco-friendly and convenient way for students to get around town. With a fleet of well-maintained bicycles and electric scooters, students can enjoy a smooth and sustainable commute. Beryl’s user-friendly app makes it easy to locate, unlock, and ride these vehicles, providing students with a hassle-free transportation experience.

By partnering with the University of Brighton, Beryl is reinforcing its commitment to promoting sustainable transportation options and helping students save money while reducing their carbon footprint.


Robin Coleman • 12 September 2023

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  1. Robin Stevenson 15 September 2023 - 1.08pm Reply

    link to beryl webpage doesn’t work

  2. AM 22 September 2023 - 7.45pm Reply

    Can we rent these bikes in Eastbourne? If so, can you share the map for the stations please.

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