Funding set aside for Guernsey's electric cycle subsidy has been exhausted less than a month after the campaign was launched.
The Committee for the Environment and Infrastructure said 366 electric cycles had been bought using the scheme.
Under the system, islanders could claim a 25% discount on the purchase of a bike worth up to £1,500 - with 20% coming from the States and 5% from retailers.
£100,000 was put towards the scheme, which launched on 16 April.
It was part of the new integrated transport strategy, which aims to encourage islanders to make more environmentally-friendly transport choices.