Government ‘temporarily pauses’ £50 bike vouchers after website crashes due to high demand

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As written in the page by News updated: The Independent employs reporters around the world to bring you truly independent journalism. To support us, please consider a contribution.  Boris Johnson’s ambitious plan to get Britons cycling has got off to a rocky start, with the website offering bicycle repair vouchers crashing at launch.  As part of the prime minister’s £2bn scheme to boost active travel, the government has made some 50,000 Fix Your Bike vouchers worth up to £50 available to be used for standard servicing and replacing components.  The website was due to go live at 11.45pm on Tuesday night. Download the new Independent Premium app  Sharing the full story, not just the headlines  However, initial efforts to access the site returned only an “Error 404” message.  Then those wanting a voucher were told: “Due to extreme volumes of traffic this resource has been temporarily paused whilst we take action to improve performance for users. Please try again later today.”  Cyclists took to social media to expre …

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