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Free SiS bundle worth £49 when you become a British Cycling Ride member for £41 (£36.90 if paying by Direct Debit)
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Free SiS bundle worth £49 when you become a British Cycling Ride member for £41 (£36.90 if paying by Direct Debit)

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Posted 22nd Jul

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

By becoming a British Cycling Ride member for £41 a year, you’ll not only get liability insurance, legal support, and exclusive retails discounts, you’ll also get a Science in Sport nutrition bundle that includes:

A British Cycling water bottle
12 GO Isotonic Energy Gels
20 Hydro Tablets
500g REGO Rapid Recovery
A Beta Fuel satchet
2 Protein Bars

Become a Ride member today and use code SiSJUL19. Terms apply* Flavours vary.

*SISJUL19 offer- terms and conditions
Offer available only to new adult/senior Ride, Race Silver or Race Gold members between 22 July and 23:59 on 31 July 2019. British Cycling reserves the right to end offers early. Offer not available in conjunction with any other membership offer or discount. No cash alternative. Offer not available when purchasing gift membership. You’ll be liable for the RRP of the free gift if membership payment is not fully completed.
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HerefordCiderApples22/07/2019 20:01

If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway …If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway code or can you still ignore red lights, ride three abreast and undertake at traffic lights?


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Looks like a great deal for first timers, questionable whether that bundle is really worth £49 but it's surely worth a good £25-30
If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway code or can you still ignore red lights, ride three abreast and undertake at traffic lights?
free when you pay £41 a month
HerefordCiderApples22/07/2019 20:01

If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway …If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway code or can you still ignore red lights, ride three abreast and undertake at traffic lights?


Not at all, you can continue being a poor cyclist regardless if you desire, hope that helps
I just became a member last week :(:(:(
HerefordCiderApples22/07/2019 20:01

If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway …If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway code or can you still ignore red lights, ride three abreast and undertake at traffic lights?


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ncd22/07/2019 20:42

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You need to add undertaking at junctions. If the minority meatheads that stopped being kings of the road. No one would complain and we could all use the roads in harmony.
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 22nd Jul
What’s expire date? End of July?
HerefordCiderApples22/07/2019 21:01

You need to add undertaking at junctions. If the minority meatheads that …You need to add undertaking at junctions. If the minority meatheads that stopped being kings of the road. No one would complain and we could all use the roads in harmony.


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ncd22/07/2019 21:36

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Is that an example of the meathead left handed blinker?
HerefordCiderApples22/07/2019 20:01

If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway …If you become a member, does that mean you have to abide by the highway code or can you still ignore red lights, ride three abreast and undertake at traffic lights?


Some bad cyclists out there but outnumbered by bad drivers, it’s a UK thing
rodman22/07/2019 21:26

What’s expire date? End of July?


23.59 on 31 July - I’ll update now with the expiry date
Alternatively, you can get Ride membership for £17 if you're an HSBC customer... Or not, as shown in the comments Fan membership is free.
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