Emma’s role is to bring the Club Peloton brand to life within the different industry sectors in which we work. Together with the rest of the Club Peloton team, industry partners as well as new and existing riders, Emma is always looking for opportunities to add value and increase the reach and influence of the Club Peloton community.
“I’ve had a bike for a few years and enjoyed using it for commuting and cycling along the river in Surrey where I live, but something tells me that I’m going to be using it more as part of this team. I love travelling so I’m looking forward to seeing some new places on the rides and I’m also a photographer, so you may well see me with a camera pointing your way from the side of the road.”
Theresa works closely with the Office team and alongside the Accountant to help keep the financial engine of Club Peloton ticking over smoothly. This ranges from raising invoices or processing expenses to dealing with enquiries from organisations, riders or suppliers. Theresa is also a fantastic crew member supporting riders whenever possible.
“I did the London commute on a bike for years but now I’m lucky enough to live in the Blackdown Hills where cycling for leisure is a must being surrounded by such beautiful scenery. I have picked up a few extra hints and tips while on Club Peloton events and also from having three cycling enthusiasts for brothers. I love a challenge and would love to join a ride at some point in the future!”
Amy works with Club Peloton on behalf of Coram – the main beneficiary charity of Cycle to MIPIM, Cycle to MAPIC and pedElle. The riders’ ‘go-to’ for all things fundraising and Coram related, Amy is there to help riders raise as much as possible. From museum tours and presentations, to quiz nights and collection tins – Amy is there to help in any way she can.
“I joined Coram in November as a complete cycling newbie but soon realised there was no excuse for not getting involved! I (probably foolishly) first started with Sam’s notorious spin classes and have just purchased my first road bike. I’m definitely still taking baby steps but watch this space…”
Working alongside the Events Director, Rhian helps to develop and deliver all Club Peloton events. She is also the first point of contact for all event related enquiries as well as keeping riders consistently updated, involved and engaged with event related information, training, socials and briefings.
“After jumping on a road bike for the first time last June at our pedElle event, I’m now a converted cyclist and enjoy falling off at junctions throughout London! You’ll often find I’ll jump at the chance to join you on the road at an event, as well as on training rides. I look forward to seeing you on one of these soon.”
Chris works with a huge range of people, from across many sectors, to develop and deliver all of the Club Peloton events. This is a role that encompasses a wide variety of work, and takes him to some stunning locations. Chris has the opportunity to work with an incredible group of people who are all motivated to make Club Peloton events memorable for all the right reasons.
“Cycling’s a personal passion, so any opportunity to get out on a bike I’ll take. I hope I bring a rider’s perspective to our events, and try to have at least ‘two hats on while planning and developing a ride. I love the network that Club Peloton has created, with more and more familiar faces being spotted both on and off the road. When not on my bike, you might find me being ‘Dad’s Taxi’!”
Nick spends most of his time meeting and talking to people with a passion for cycling, networking and charitable fundraising from the property, music and motor industries. Together they help shape his vision for Club Peloton. Nick is supported by three great teams – the office who delivers the ever-growing, year-round activity, the industry companies and individuals that engage with Club Peloton, and a committed group of Trustees that inspire and guide Club Peloton’s journey.
“I have loved travelling since I was a child. Now with three kids of my own I’m keen they too see and experience the world. Cycling is one of the best ways to explore a new place so we’ll hire bikes if we don’t have ours with us. I’m always the one towing a trailer full of the family clobber packed around the dog.”