We are currently taking steps to protect the federation, as well as the jobs of our employees, by using some of the measures announced by the Government in recent weeks, including the furloughing of some of our staff through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
This page will be updated once cycling activity has resumed and our teams are back in operation. Throughout this time, we will endeavour to answer all queries as efficiently as possible, and you can view the general British Cycling contacts page here.
What is a motorcycle marshal?
The trained motorbike marshals group, National Escort Group (NEG), was formed to provide an accredited group of motorcyclists trained to assist with the safety of events held on the public highway by providing a safe route for competitors, indicating the direction of the race, and complementing static marshals.
Overview of responsibilities
- NEG members may be requested to assist with a cycling road race, either working with police motorcyclists in providing a safe route for competitors, or operating where there is no police cover by assisting with the direction of the race, and complementing static marshals.
- In addition to providing a safe route for competitors, some NEG members may be engaged by the organiser to carry pillion passengers, such as other officials, medics, media or race service.
Benefits of being a motorcycle marshal
Free British Cycling Bronze membership (upon enrolment).
How to get involved?
In the first instance please contact your NEG regional coordinator.
Event organisers wishing to engage the services of NEG members should initially contact the appropriate regional co-ordinator, who will endeavour to put together a group to meet the race requirements. The official rates per NEG rider for road races can be obtained from the regional coordinator.
You can also contact us at:
Officials Support, British Cycling, Stuart Street, Manchester, M11 4DQ
0161 274 2026