Club resources

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British Cycling has many resources to help you run your club. With useful guides and documents including setting up a new club, sponsorship and kit guidelines, risk assessing your club activities and more.

Setting up a new club

Do you have a group of like minded cyclists who wish to form a club? Our handy guide lets you know what you need to do.

Club affiliation

2019 affiliations will open in October 2018.

Existing clubs will be able to renew their affiliation for 2019 through their Club Manager dashboard from October.

New clubs in England, Scotland or Wales can affiliate online to British Cycling, Scottish Cycling or Welsh Cycling from October for 2019. New clubs which need to affiliate before October for the remainder of 2018 please contact clubs@britishcycling.org.uk

Useful documents

Template documents and guides to help you run your club.

Incident reporting

Where an incident has occurred during a club activity which involves injury, illness or property damage sustained by any party, or where there was potential for injury, illness or damage, an Incident Report Form should be completed and returned to British Cycling

Incident Report Form

Kit and sponsorship guidelines

A guide to designing your club kit and sponsorship, including use of British Cycling logos.

Go-Ride Clubs

Go-Ride is British Cycling's youth development programme - find out how your club can get involvedIf you are already a Go-Ride Club the club toolkit pulls together helpful guides and resources, from poster templates and bursary applications through to Clubmark accreditation and guidance on holding your first HSBC UK Go-Ride Race.

Safeguarding

Ensure your club is set up to protect children and vulnerable adults with our guide to safeguarding.

Promote and run an event

Raise the profile of club - run an event.

Funding

Many funding streams are open to clubs, find out how to apply.

Resources for club members

Data protection

For the latest advice on Data Protection please visit the Information Commissioners Office.

Find out if your club need to register with the ICO on their registration self-assessment.