"Wanted to throw this out there for people, the company has to do an all or nothing. Meaning they need to have deductions for everyone one regardless of their style of commuting, or no one. So no voucher for me since they have no interest…"
"From what I read that is exactly what happens, but the IRS site says something about the employee's purchase of a bicycle, but I don't know if that is outside of the vouchers or what. Either way, $20 is $20 and that would help me…"
"I get three $20 vouchers every three months. Sure, it doesn't accumulate quickly enough to buy an entire bike. I use it buy consumables. Don't know if it's been mentioned already, but the money comes from your employer. I assume they…"
"Wanted to drag this up from the website's depths, anyone have their company do this? I sent an email to HR about this and hoping to see some results. The only think I am confused on is according to the IRS you can write off a…"
I'm a journalism grad student at Northwestern, and I'm writing an article on the Divvy bikes. I noticed you'd commented on one of the Divvy threads. Do you mind if I ask you some questions for my article? I've included a couple Qs below. My deadline is at 4:00, sorry for the late notice! Please let me know if you'd be able to help, I would so appreciate it!
- How much do you use Divvy? How much do you use your other bikes? - What have your Divvy experiences been like? - Do you bike during the winter? Will you Divvy during the winter?
My email is email@example.com. Once again-- thanks so much!
I have one set of Superbe Hubs. They are currently laced into some Mavic GEL280 sew-up wheels. No superbe shifters. I do have one set of Superbe-Pro track pedals NIB (never been on a bike... or even out of the box except to take some photos). I'm the original owner. Now those are definitely a diamond in the rough. $100 if you want 'em.