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Free one-to-one motorcycle training
Do you or your colleagues ride a motorcycle or scooter? Whether it’s to commute to work or purely for pleasure, claim free one-to-one motorcycle training courtesy of TfL and Croydon Council.
You or your colleagues will get a two-hour session with a qualified instructor, who will meet you at your preferred location, assess your riding on a route of your choice and help you to build your confidence and improve your riding skills. All abilities are catered for – attendees will need a scooter or motorcycle and a valid licence or CBT certificate.
CBT Commuter Skills motorcycle training is currently running as a trial and is available free to anyone who lives, works or studies in the London Borough of Croydon.
Consolidating business deliveries
TfL has published an online list of consolidation centres in London. This is to help the construction logistics industry make efficient deliveries, helping to reduce construction costs and improve road congestion and air quality. This is the first directory of construction consolidation centres in London.
Planning your cycling route in London is now even easier thanks to new additions to the TfL Journey Planner.
There are a number of new features which will help people plan a commute along a route they prefer; whether that’s quieter, quicker, or avoiding steep hills.
Try the Journey Planner and find out more about cycling in London.
Prudential Ride London- Surrey 46
Sir Bradley Wiggins has launched the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 – it is the newest addition to Prudential Ride London – the festival of cycling.
Taking place on Sunday 31 July 2016, the day after FreeCycle, this route is open to anyone 16 or over. It has been created specifically for newer and younger cyclists to encourage them to enter their first mass participation cycling event.
The public ballott entry system is now open and closes when either 15,000 riders have registered or on Thursday 28 April, whichever is earlier. The cost of entry is £39. Enter the ballot here.