Velocity attracts new sponsors

Four more prestigious firms join the Friends of V

Velocity attracts new sponsors

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Velocity is delighted to announce four new sponsors as issue two approaches the presses. Wembley Park (Quintain), Bell Hammer, PFL Spaces, and Child Graddon Lewis (CGL) have all commited to supporting us as we grow the exciting market for "people, property and bikes". And launch sponsors Symmetrys, the structureal engineer, and PR and communications specialists ING have extended their support into a second year, while we continue our partnership with Club Peloton.

"Our connection was initially formed from the simple sheer pleasure and enthusiasm for riding a bike," said CGL director James Felstead. "Out of that initial connection evolved inspiring conversations, ideas and connections with those interested in exploring how cycling may bring improvements to our lives and the cities we inhabit. With such a broad spread across the property industry, Velocity feels perfectly timed to help shape and nurture that burgeoning dialogue. A platform for insight and dialogue but produced with the passion and joy of a fanzine. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?"

"It's a niche, but it's growing so quickly," said Velocity publisher Toby Fox. "It seems that every time I'm at a property event it's only a matter of minutes before I'm with a fellow cycling enthusiast trying to persuade them to ride down to MIPIM - or sharing our pain about training rides. We're brought together by cycling and by our work, so it makes perfect sense for there to be a magazine bringing our personal and professional interests together."

"We're really pleased that it seems we're pushing at something of an open door when it comes to marrying cycling with people and property," said Velocity editor David Taylor. "And we’re really grateful – 'V V grateful' in fact – that our ace sponsors share our vision. Chapeaux all round!"

Issue two of Velocity is out shortly - order your copy here.