It is already incredibly popular in Germany and Austria and activates itself when a payment is made for £7.50 via credit card or through Paypal.
The three minute bike-wash are also set to deliver machines in both Poland and Holland and can be located using the company's website.
A spokesperson for Cycle Wash said: "Next year we are planning to place self-use stations and we will love to install one or more in Cambridge with a suitable partner."
Whilst a spokeswoman for the Cambridge Cycling Campaign added: "I think products like this show that cycling is becoming a more main-stream option for people. Whether you think it's a good idea or a bad idea, the fact people are seeing an economic opportunity in this shows it is growing and becoming a more normal activity that people are getting involved with on a daily basis. I know a lot of people would be very interested in this."
The cycle wash uses 60 litres of water a minute and puts it out at around 40°C and has guards to protect the user from getting wet.