The Cycle to work scheme enables Leeds Met staff to loan a bicycle and safety equipment as a tax-free benefit. Full details can be found here.
Use the Transport Direct cycle journey planner to get step-by-step directions, a map of your route and journey times.
Pick up a copy of the Cycling and Walking Map at the Student Hubs on Headingley campus and at the Rose Bowl, or download a copy.
Leeds City Council produce a Leeds Cycling Map with over 500 miles of recommended cycling routes. A core cycle network is also being implemented with signed routes completed that connect West Park, Headingley Campus and City Campus and Kirktsall Brewery Halls to City Campus.
Copies may also be available in the Student Hubs.
Secure cycle parking is available exclusively to staff at both City Campus and Headingley campus.
Some cycle parking areas are accessed using keys, some by access codes.
To request access to secure cycle parking contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 26019.
Details of staff cycle parking areas are shown on the Walking and Cycling Map.
Secure cycle boxes for day hire are available at Headingley Campus. There is a £20.00 deposit required and keys can be collected from Security Helpdesks.
Leeds Met staff and students can sign up for a cycle training course and learn safe cycling skills from Velocampus Leeds.
Choose from a variety of courses, from beginner to expert. Even experienced cyclists are likely to find a cycle training course useful.
All train companies carry cycles free of charge, though space is limited, particularly at peak times, and you may have to book in advance on some trains. Folding bikes can be carried on all trains.
Find out more at: http://www.wymetro.com/TrainTravel/cycles
Leeds Cycle Point offers short or long term secure cycle storage and short term bike rental. See: http://www.cyclepoint.org/
Bike maintenance equipment and tools are available to all Leeds Met students and staff at the Velocampus bike hub on the University of Leeds campus.
Get maintenance advice from expert bike mechanics and perform routine maintenance on your bike. Bike maintenance training courses are also available.
Full details: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/velocampus/