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£50 SIS bundle free with British Cycling Membership (£24) @ British Cycling
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£50 SIS bundle free with British Cycling Membership (£24) @ British Cycling

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Posted 9th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

The lowest membership fee is £37 introduce a friend and you both get £50 of SIS gear

If member referral use code SISJ20RF and you both get £50 bundle

If your happy to pay by DD you can get 10% with discount so that gets it down to 33.30
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As always, nothing for existing members?
The lowest membership fee for this to be eligible is £37:

*Your friend must become a senior (over 18s) Commute, Ride, Race Silver or Race Gold member to receive the bundle.
LordLardy09/01/2020 21:54

As always, nothing for existing members?


Use code SISJ20RF and new and existing member get the bundle
QSECOFR09/01/2020 21:55

The lowest membership fee for this to be eligible is £37: *Your friend …The lowest membership fee for this to be eligible is £37: *Your friend must become a senior (over 18s) Commute, Ride, Race Silver or Race Gold member to receive the bundle.


Just noticed that stipulation, changed
Tempting. Was hit by a car for first time this month and although it was nothing major it was a bit of a wake up call.
john_adamson99909/01/2020 21:58

Use code SISJ20RF and new and existing member get the bundle


Thanks, I missed that on the page.
also you can get 10% with DD so that gets it down to 33.30
1982john09/01/2020 22:08

also you can get 10% with DD so that gets it down to 33.30


I’ll put that in the deal
1982john09/01/2020 22:02

Tempting. Was hit by a car for first time this month and although it was …Tempting. Was hit by a car for first time this month and although it was nothing major it was a bit of a wake up call.


I found the legal protection great when I was knocked off, wouldn’t go without it now
Title needs better explanation. It's only a deal for both the new joining member and existing one when referred. If you don't have a referral I cant see the deal.
1982john09/01/2020 22:02

Tempting. Was hit by a car for first time this month and although it was …Tempting. Was hit by a car for first time this month and although it was nothing major it was a bit of a wake up call.


Having used the bc legal support for this very reason I'd say join British Triathlon. Plus you get personal accident cover. They currently have a 20% off offer too making it cheaper.
£50! They are having a laugh. Barely worth £20 for the bundle
Cycling_chum10/01/2020 08:19

Having used the bc legal support for this very reason I'd say join British …Having used the bc legal support for this very reason I'd say join British Triathlon. Plus you get personal accident cover. They currently have a 20% off offer too making it cheaper.


Just to clarify, the personal accident cover with British Triathlon is....

....only when training in Britain towards a triathlon goal, racing in Britain at a British Triathlon Permitted Event, and racing abroad** only at ETU or ITU Championships*

i.e not useful for the vast majority of us!!
wilf123410/01/2020 13:35

Just to clarify, the personal accident cover with British Triathlon …Just to clarify, the personal accident cover with British Triathlon is........only when training in Britain towards a triathlon goal, racing in Britain at a British Triathlon Permitted Event, and racing abroad** only at ETU or ITU Championships*i.e not useful for the vast majority of us!!


Errr just riding your bike to work qualifies as long as you might have been thinking about one day doing an event. So it covers pretty much most eventualities.

It's still cheaper than BC with better cover. Plus the solicitors with bc I've used have been shocking. A collision in early 2018 with fault admitted immediately- still waiting for a resolution.

Not actually used BTF cover but to be fair it can't be worse. It just can't.
knocked off my bike in late 2018, a tad over 6 months later i had the cheque in the bank via BC legal assist, most of that time was spent by the other parties insurance company trying to get intouch with their insured as he ignored all attempts to contact him & requests by post for him to contact his insurers ( think it took threats of policy cancellation & removal of his mobility vehicle entitlement because of this before he finally contacted them - still denied he was at fault but insurers believed the police report more than him so paid up )

but main reason i got the BC card was the 10% Halfords discount ( it used to be 10% off ANY purchase in a halfords store, now been tightened down to any BIKE related purchase which is fair enough really ) had around £700 discount in the 1st year with the membership as i let any family or friends who were purchasing anything from halfords use the discount ( tool kits, sat navs, bikes etc so soon totted up ) but only about £550 in discount in the years since they began tightening up the discount to bike related only purchases ( still managed a few non bike related discounts in the early months of the revised discount as not all stores had told the staff not to apply the discount on other purchases ) just renewed this week too & this years membership for £41 spent will most likely see over £260 discount on my next purchase alone ( more if i make other purchases too ) if all goes to plan as i feel the need for another leccy bike so erm, pays for itself in notime with the discount for me, the legal assist & at fault accident cover for my work commute is an added bonus for me
I don't see a £37 membership on the site? Am I missing something?

britishcycling.org.uk/mem…hip

The DD offer on the 'Ride' membership is £38.70
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