Support for cycling groups

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Cycling UK supports hundreds of local cycling groups and clubs across the UK
Cycling UK supports hundreds of cycling groups and clubs. The resources below can help answer questions such as: How do you start a new Cycling UK group? How do you organise a charity ride? What do you do if new riders turn up? How do you carry out a risk assessment? What is the situation if a young person turns up to do a ride? and much more. Contact the team for expert advice and help.
Dorset sportive riders
With our helpful hints, you can make the event successful and enjoyable for all, whilst raising funds for your chosen charity.
a group of mixed riders with leader
Ride leading is a very satisfying way of giving something back to your favourite pastime. Find out all you need to know about leading a cycle ride.
Cycling UK has hundreds of Member Groups across the UK offering thousands of rides and events for all abilities. There are nearly 700 affiliated clubs too.
CTC New Forest Rally 2014
Useful resources for Cycling Clubs, Group Secretaries, Ride Leaders and Event Organisers
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How do you stand as a ride leader or an organiser of cycling events? What do you need to do to protect yourself?
A group of Cycling UK riders
Setting up a new cycling group is easy and means that you'll enjoy the peace of mind that comes from being part of the Cycling UK family.
Where to find Cycling UK logos, order marketing materials, ideas for using social media and much more on how to promote your group through Cycling UK to reach thousands of like-minded people.
CTC Ayrshire
If your group hasn't got its own website, or even if it has, do you know that you can reach the more than 100,000 unique visitors to our site every month by updating your group's very own page on Cycling UK's website?
Julie Rand and Mark Slater
Whether it's assistance with setting up your group's publicity pages, finding out how to run a cycling club, the requirements of a ride leader, insurance or anything else associated with cycling groups, give us a ring or drop us a line.
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