Cycle to Work for a free breakfast on Weds 3 October
27 Sep 2012
Plus FREE pre-winter bike checks and security marking
The Corridor monthly cycle rides continue on Wednesday 3rd October at University Place, with additional incentives:
Pre-Winter Bike Health Checks 8.20am – 9.30am
As an additional incentive this month Revolve MCR, a mobile cycle mechanic, will be positioned outside University Place giving your bike a well needed pre-winter health check.
University Security Marking 8.20am – 9am
Ian Halliwell, Crime Reduction Advisor, will be on hand to security mark bikes so they are registered on a University database. If you are not one of the 1000+ who have had their bike marked come along between 8.20am and 9am.
For more details about the scheme and regular bike marking dates go to:
£10 d-locks (£15 after 1st October)
The vast majority of bikes that are stolen at the University have poor quality cable locks. The University is helping you increase your security by subsidising quality d-locks to only £10 (rrp £35). Purchase yours from the online shop.
Please note: All staff and students are eligible but must have their bike marked. It is possible to purchase in advance and collect at a bike marking event but prior arrangement with Ian Halliwell is required. Contact Ian Halliwell at:
Usual Guided Routes
Join a guided route, specifically set up for new riders, or come along under your own steam for a free breakfast, raffle and chance to feel part of Oxford Road’s great cycling community.
Breakfast will be from 820am until 9am and we hope to see you there.
For all the details, including a map to the new location and guided route information go to:
Promotional posters and bike strips are downloadable from the website.
For information on University cycling facilities and schemes go to: