women riding Beryl e-scooters in Norwich

Go Electric in Norwich!

Small changes collectively can make big differences. Ahead of COP26 we want to help you take climate action into your own hands. To celebrate the expansion of our electric fleet on the streets of Norwich, we are running a series of offers and events to allow you to try our electric vehicles. There will be a chance to win goodies including free minutes and merchandise across the weekend.

eScooter Try-Outs

On Friday 12th November, our team are kicking off the weekend early with a Scooter Tryout session for students at University of East Anglia. If you aren't the most confident user, or want the skills to feel road-safe - then this is the workshop for you.The one-hour session will equip you with road safety tips and the practical skills for the road. All participants will receive complimentary use of our e-Scooters for the session, plus receive 100 free minutes upon completion.

Places are limited so be quick and sign up here.

Important information: Please note that this session is only available for UEA staff or students, who must register using their @uea.ac.uk email address. Any booking submitted without this will have their place automatically cancelled. 


For those who aren't lucky enough to still be a student - we are running a public tryout session on Saturday 13th at The Forum

Places are also limited so be quick and sign up here.

e-Bike Tour of Norwich

Fancy a free ride on an eBike?Join the team for two guided rides from the city centre to Whitlingham Country Park and back at 10 am and 1pm. Norwich has a wealth of beautiful, safe cycle routes, so why not try one in the safe hands of the Beryl team. The rides are free to join simply visit www.letsride.co.uk and search Norwich. 


So be sure to get your helmets at the ready and remember that all users must be aged 16+, and e-Scooter users must have a provisional or full driving license validated on their Beryl account.

We love to see your photos! Be sure to tag @berylbikes in your Instagram stories.