Guernsey's electric bike subsidy scheme has proved "very successful" according to the States.
A survey conducted one month after the scheme has shown that average mileage of each new e-bike owner was 127 miles.
Of the 387 people who bought e-bikes through the scheme, 62.5% responded to the survey.
A 3-month and 12-month survey will also be conducted to monitor the impact of the initiative.
The scheme was introduced in April to give islanders 25% off electric bike prices up to the value of £1,500.
The scheme only ran for a month due to the popularity of the campaign.
The funding set aside for the electric cycle subsidy was exhausted in less than a month.
The Environment & Infrastructure committee say they are delighted with the results of the first survey:
Today (Saturday 22nd September), the committee is offering free bus travel for all islanders, in an added attempt to reduce the number of vehicles on the road.
The free bus journeys coincide with World Car Free Day.