What do you do if new riders turn up? How do you record a risk assessment? What is the situation if a young person turns up to do a ride? All these questions can be answered by consulting Cycling UK's resources for ride and event organisers.
If you are involved in the running of a cycling club, workplace or community cycling group you can affiliate to Cycling UK to access support for your group's activities and events and for individual members.
Cycling UK provides a range of insurance policies to cover both you, your bike and your activities. But what do they cover you for? Consult our fact sheets for the details of each policy but also take a look at the list of FAQs below if you need a bit more help.
Do you ride with friends, colleagues or family in a group? Do you organise charity rides and events and want insurance? Becoming affiliated to Cycling UK will give you peace of mind, as well as other benefits for your organisation or club.
What do you get when you cross some (slightly crazy) trials riders and one (very brave) downhill expert with lots of large boxes, ramps and beams in an arena?
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