As an employee of Wellcome Trust, you can become a member of London Cycling Campaign with all of our usual benefits, but for half price - just £19 per year.
Just call our membership team on 020 7234 9310 for further details or to join.
Our next event at Wellcome Trust will be a Cycling Promotion Day on Tuesday 9th June - there will be 2 mechanics with 15 minutes slots available, and an expert on hand with maps, tips and information in the atrium from 10am - 2pm.
Here's a few more tips to get you cycling, and keep you cycling....
Plan a route that will make you feel comfortable
Use a journey planner such as CycleStreets to work out the route suitable for you. It gives three options of quiet, fast and balanced routes.
You can also order free cycle guide maps from TfL so you can plan your route on the move.
Seriously consider some on road training - it's usually free!
Cycle training is available free from most councils and is one of the best things you can do to cycle safely. Whatever your level - you will learn something!
Check out your local borough's website for more information on cycle training or give them a call to see what they can offer.
Once you've started cycling to work
it's really useful to learn some maintenance basics to keep you moving. Madegood.org is an excellent resource for tutorial videos - here's 'How to fix a puncture'.
If you have any more questions or would like more information, contact LCC by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
LCC's corporate memberships allows you as an employee the chance to join LCC at a reduced rate of £19 (half our normal individual LCC membership, £38).
The London Cycling Campaign is the expert on urban cycling in London. We're here to help out all London's cyclists and campaign for a city that has safe space for cycling for everyone. We've recently had success with our Love London, Go Dutch campaign and got 10,000 people out on our Big Ride in April - that's the biggest cycle protest London has ever seen! We've alse been campaigning for Space For Cycling, which saw a further 5,000 riders take to the streets of Westminster whilst MPs inside Parliament debated the Get Britain Cycling report.