Removing barriers to planet-friendly travel
We appreciate that moving by scooter or bike is about more than just a lovely set of wheels. Which is why we partner with organisations across the country to make sustainable travel an easier, safer option for as many of us as we can.
Scooters for Schools
We support schools and councils with discounted rates on scooters, bikes and accessories, as well as donating scooters to enable whole families to scoot to school together.



ScootSafe
We support schools and councils with discounted rates on scooters, bikes and accessories, as well as donating scooters to enable whole families to scoot to school together.



TFL Stars
We are proud to partner with Transport for London on theirs STARS initiative (Sustainable Travel, Active, Responsible, Safe) – designed to encourage families to get to school in a way that is healthier and greener.

Our partnership includes activity cards, travel art competitions and a range of Micro prizes – from scooters to accessories and special Micro Scoot Safe sessions. Each years STARS schools replace 13 million miles of car journeys with walking, cycling or scooting.



Big Pedal
We have sponsored Sustrans’ Big Pedal competition for the past three years – a ten-day challenge designed to encourage children to swap the car for scooting, cycling or walking to school.

Seeking to improve children’s health and improve air quality around schools, 2019’s event saw more than 1600 schools take part with children travelling the equivalent of 11.9 million miles by bike or scooter – or 50 trips to the moon and back.



Scooters for workplaces
We think scooting the commute – and during the working day – has massive benefits for our health as well as the environment.

Our ‘Scooters for Workplaces’ scheme enables businesses to trial sustainable transport with two adult Micro Scooters. 

We also work with selected business parks across the UK who have a focus on sustainability – providing electric and push scooters to help workers get to the park from public transport and get around the campus during the day.