Leigh Day announce partnership with LGBTQ+ cycling club LDN RIDERS
The cycling team at Leigh Day are delighted to announce its partnership with LGBTQ+ road cycling club, LDN RIDERS
Posted on 08 December 2022
Leigh Day will sponsor the club’s ride captains to undergo British Cycling Level 1 and 2 Ride Leadership training and support further diversification of club membership. They will also sponsor the team’s cycling jerseys.
LDN RIDERS is an inclusive club which promotes cycling at all levels. The club holds weekly training rides, charity rides, social events, sportives and tours across the UK and internationally.
Philip Lee, solicitor in the cycling team at Leigh Day, said:
“Leigh Day is proud to be involved with an inclusive club which promotes cycling at all levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to support and help grow a club from a grassroots level which has a real focus on making cycling more accessible and diverse.
"LDN RIDERS has demonstrated an extraordinary ability to cater to an increasing membership base with regular cycle rides in and around London as well as overseas. The club’s focus on exciting, social and rewarding cycling experiences is so important to the cycling and LGBTQ+ communities.”
Julian Gregory, Founder, LDN RIDERS, added:
“We’re thrilled to have Leigh Day on board as a partner so early on in the club’s development. We look forward to working with a team that’s so passionate about cycling and grassroots sports to grow our community and ensure it’s a safe, welcome space for all.”
Leigh Day’s personal injury department specialise in cycling injury claims and are the exclusive providers of legal services to members of British Cycling and the British Triathlon Federation. Many of those working on the cycling claims are very keen cyclists themselves and work with a number of charities and NGOs to campaign for safer conditions for cycling, including the More Than a Cyclist campaign. Leigh Day is also a member of the All Partly Parliamentary Cycling Group.