Becoming a member of a club usually comes with a number of benefits, ranging from freebies and discounts to special access at events: Club Peloton membership is no different. There are three membership options and, as you may well expect, each offers something slightly different.
If you’ve been debating whether to become a member, let us first fill you in on what being a member specifically offers you. As mentioned, there’s not just one membership for all, so it’s worth thinking about which one is right for your needs.
So, what do you have to choose from? The options are: a free membership, a networking membership, or a corporate membership. Each of these are, in their own right, perfect for certain things – you just need to know a little more about them.
The free membership allows you to join our mailing list, giving you a taste of all things Club Peloton. The networking membership however comes with many perks such as priority booking, access to events, and access to other members’ details via a website login.
Networking membership is priced at £100 to those new to Club Peloton and £80 for previous riders of one our core rides, such as Cycle to MIPIM, Cycle to MAPIC, pedElle or ResiVelo. You can also enjoy the first year free! The final offering, a corporate membership, costs £1,000.
A company pays £1,000 + VAT a year to be a corporate member, which gives them free signup for up to 10 new members each year. Each new member gets a Milltag cycling top in their first year and their company logo with a link to their website would be included on the membership page and on emails.
Club Peloton members receive access to our breakfast and evening events, giving them the opportunity to network with and learn from a number of key industry speakers. The April breakfast event, From Carbon Bikes to Buildings, is an example of one of these.
Held at the offices of Argent at King’s Cross – our Cycle to MAPIC headline sponsor – the seminar focused on composite materials and their influence on both the bike and construction industries. Speakers from Eckersley O’Callaghan, Wyndy Milla and PCT presented.
Another recent members event, which took place in May, was the OVO Energy Tour Series at Wembley Park. The ‘Real Estate Relay’ was run on the 1.9km course that the elite riders raced on that day, and teams of five riders were invited to participate alongside pro riders from JLT Condor.
In addition, we now offer matched funding for members of Club Peloton who have ridden one or more of our core rides. The scheme enables members to apply for matched funding of up to £500 for a non-Club Peloton fundraising cycling event.
An exciting upcoming event is the July 1st charity Ironman attempt from Kate Horton, a Knight Frank City Investment Agent, and Sam Logan, an Investment Surveyor at Dorrington, for The Brain Tumour Charity – following Kate’s mum’s diagnosis of Glioblastoma.
So far the pair have raised over £20,000, having smashed through their initial target of £10,000, and they aim to raise even more. The Ironman Haugesund in Norway will see them swim 3.8km in open water and ride 180km by bike, before running a full marathon.
For more on memberships and membership events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.