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Regional Development

Their regional priorities will be determined by a development plan which will be guided by Scottish Cycling’s National Strategy which seeks to develop clubs by increasing support to volunteers, including coaches, leaders and officials as well as continuing to engage young talented riders on the athlete pathway.

Development Officers in your Area:

Glasgow City 

Sophie Warburton

Development Manager

Office: 0141 554 6021 | Mobile: 07976 413 412


North of Scotland

James Bracher

Regional Development Officer  

Office: 0141 554 6021 | Mobile: 07908 672 652


North East of Scotland

Martin Harris

Regional Development Officer

Office: 0141 554 6021 | Mobile: 07908 813 518


East & Central Scotland

Paul Zarb

Regional Development Officer  

Office: 0141 554 6021 | Mobile: 07508 040 068


West & South West of Scotland

Fraser Johnston

Regional Development Officer

Office: 0141 554 6021 | Mobile: 07976 431 414


About Clubs

Scottish Cycling provides a range of services and support to affiliated clubs.

If you are interested in setting up a club, you would need to have a club secretary in place, who must hold valid British Cycling membership. In addition, a Club Welfare Officer is strongly recommended, who should attend child protection training. Other key committee positions are Chair, Treasurer, Junior Rep, PR and Coaches. The club would be required to draw up a club constitution.

If you want to set up a club, need more information, or want to discuss affiliating to Scottish Cycling please contact your Regional Development Officer or telephone on 0141 554 6021

Affiliate your Club to Scottish Cycling

Click here for more information about club affiliation and complete our online affiliation.

Paying levies online

Click here for more information about paying your event levies online.

Use of the British Cycling or Scottish Cycling logo on your club jersey

Did you know you can now use the Scottish Cycling and/or British Cycling logo on your club jersey?

Check out our guidelines here

Go-Ride Clubmark Accredited Clubs

Go-Ride is Scottish Cycling's Club Development Programme aimed at improving both young riders and clubs. It focuses on volunteers and young members - improving coaching standards and increasing the number of young riders with access to coaching activities. For more information about Go-Ride, click here.

Club Marketing and Media

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Find a Club

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Club Spotlight features

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About Volunteering

Whether organising races, training as officials or marshals or working coaches or club welfare officers, volunteers make a vital contribution to the sport and to Scottish Cycling.  Click here to find out more about volunteering and the support we offer our volunteers, click here.

Get Involved

We have volunteer roles to suit everyone. To find out what volunteer oppotunities we have for you, please contact the Scottish Cycling office on or telephone 0141 550 6021

Protecting Young Cyclists

All children have the right to be protected from abuse and harm in and through sport.
Scottish Cycling strongly believes that young people involved in cycling should have the best possible experience. For more information about Child Protection, click here.