With the days getting longer and brighter, now is a great time of year to wipe the dust off your bicycle and clean those helmets ready for mood enhancing cycle commutes to work, or leisurely weekend rides.

Before heading out though, make sure your bike is roadworthy by getting a full assessment of your bicycle from Dr Bike, who will be returning to the park on Wednesday 18th April. Occupiers at Winnersh Triangle are invited to book an appointment for the free 20 minute service.

With cycling being better for both the environment and personal health, Winnersh Triangle is delighted to have been working with this small, local company for four years. 

Over the years Dr Bike has gained a loyal returning customer base at the park and his visits are extremely popular with both novice and experienced riders. The service is one of the many initiatives Winnersh Triangle management provide to enhance occupier wellbeing, both inside and outside of the work environment.

Dr Bike will fix punctures, check gears or fit new brake blocks and provide the reassurance that your bike is in tip top condition to ride. Contact; Beverly.harrison@winnershtriangle.co.uk for more information. 


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About Winnersh Triangle

Winnersh Triangle is an office and technology park located close to junction 10 of the M4, near Reading. Owned by Frasers Property UK, the 90-acre business park totals 1.5 million square feet and is occupied by over 60 companies employing more than 5,500 people.  Visit www.winnershtriangle.co.uk for further information.

About Frasers Property UK

Frasers Property UK is a leading developer in London, and also owns and manages business parks in Thames Valley and Glasgow. The company’s development business has delivered more than 700 homes in London to date and is currently developing a 300,000 sq ft office scheme on the site of Central House in Aldgate East on the edge of the City of London. The company’s commercial/business parks business owns four business parks – Winnersh Triangle, Chineham Park, Watchmoor Park and Farnborough Business Park, in Thames Valley west of London – as well as Hillington Park, a business park in Glasgow.

For more information on Frasers Property UK, please visit http://www.fraserspropertydev.com.