Louth Cycle Club have announced their official partnership with Magna Vitae Trust for Leisure and Culture. Magna Vitae operate leisure venues Horncastle Pool & Fitness Suite, Meridian Leisure Centre in Louth, Skegness Pool & Fitness Suite and Station Sports Centre in Mablethorpe.
Within their partnership, Louth Cycle Clubs premier members are offered additional benefits including discounts on their membership with Magna Vitae and additional workshops and classes, as well as fitness plans and courses offered for cyclists at all four leisure venues. Recently having undergone a revamp in 2018, Meridian Leisure Centre in Louth now have a dedicated Cycle Studio, where cyclists can take advantage of instructor led and virtual Les Mills classes.
Gavin Borthwick, Founder of Louth Cycle Club had this to say: “It’s an exciting partnership and I’m really looking forward to helping more of our members and the local community reach and maintain their goals, be it social or fitness based. Magna Vitae offer cyclists (and non-cyclists) some fantastic facilities and in announcing this partnership we hope that we can continue our impact on the local regions overall health and fitness.”
Naomi Wilkinson-Baker, Area General Manager of the venues said: “We as a charitable trust like to see our partnerships grow with local businesses and clubs. We are here to help everyone be more active more often, and in the process help them live a great life. Cycling is a fantastic form of fitness and we hope our partnership will continue to grow with Louth Cycle Club, not just in Louth but at our other venues within the East Lindsey area.”
Louth is already starting to see the positive impact that Louth Cycle Club is having on the local community, enabling over 380 of its residents the perfect opportunity to either get back into cycling or start cycling for the first time and doing so in a safe and fun way. “It’s been many years since I’d gotten on a bike and lockdown felt like the perfect opportunity” said Chris Clark, a premier member of Louth Cycle Club. “Not only have I made new friends in the process, but the social aspect of club riding has really helped me keep focus on improving my fitness and losing weight”
Louth Cycle Club is a free club to join. If you would like to take advantage of their benefits you will need to sign up for an annual membership of £25.00 to become a premier member. More information on this can be found by going to their website louthcycleclub.org.