May 3, 2017


"The best organised corporate cycling event I've attended"

David Lockett Partner, Price & Myers July 12, 2018

Cycling – The New Golf…


Corporate Cycling Days

Cycling’s the new golf. In fact it’s better than that because it’s good for the team, rather than a good walk ruined! Get together, meet and have breakfast, go for a nice ride, then finish with an afternoon meal and a beer (or something more healthy).

We’ve organised a number of cycling events now, and can tailor a package to your needs. Whether it’s an off-road day on the south downs or a weekend in the Cotswolds, a longer trip, or just a quick ride around the Surrey Hills or Peak District. We can put the route together, organise support, source the riders and generally get everything sorted, so all you have to do is turn up, cycle and meet your clients and colleagues. If Europe is your thing in these Brexit times, then as well as the ride to MIPIM, we’ve also cycled in France and Tenerife, so that’s another option to consider…

Let us look after:

  • Planning
  • Risk Assessment
  • Marketing
  • On the day support and safety
  • Pro-rider / team support – we’ve links to a number of pro teams and riders

Track Days

Ever considered a session on the track? Stuart is working towards my track certification, and again, has organised corporate track days in the past, so can he give you help and advice on the facilities at the Lee Valley Velodrome if you need it.

Ride with us

Come cycle with us! Once a month, a group of us go cycling, usually somewhere in the South East – we try and rotate around North, South, East and West. The group has around 120 members, and in 18 months, we’ve not yet had a ride where there hasn’t been a group of at least 3-4 riders, usually 7 or 8 at least. It’s normally a no-drop (leaving nobody behind) 30 mile ride for around 2-3 hours on a Sunday.

There’s a facebook group –

And a Strava Club –
Get involved – there’s no obligation to turn up and no cost, so why not join us?!

NEXT RIDE:  Keep an eye on the Strava or Facebook pages for our next rides…

And remember: if it’s not on STRAVA, it didn’t happen!