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British Cycling is the UK's biggest cycling organisations and aims to encourage more people to become active cyclists. The Manchester-based organisation was formed in 1959 and was behind the success enjoyed by the British cycling teams in recent times. The organisation offers a range of cycling experiences, as well as tickets to upcoming cycling events. Interested people can join British Cycling and enjoy the unique offers using the codes listed at hotukdeals.
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£10 Discount
£10 Discount
£10 off any membership @ British Cycling
Offer available only to new-joining members aged 18+. British Cycling reserves the right to end offers early. Offer not available in conjunction with any other membership offer o… Read more

If you know someone in emergency services blue light card - get them to download you the coupon just keep a print if it at home or copy on ur phone.


What other ways? Before I had 10% of everything and that drove me there. Now being just cycling I tend to shop at Decathalon and other sport shops.


I suppose it depends what you want it for. I got 4 x cyclocross folding tyres rrp 29.99 each for £14 recently (for all 4). To me I save well over the membership a year and make money flipping stuff that's reduced then had discount in top but there are lots of other ways to get 10% off at halfords.


Only valid for cycling... a bit meh to be honest.


Thanks for posting (y)

Free £20 Evans Cycles Voucher when you join British Cycling as a member - ENDS MIDNIGHT TONIGHT
Evans Cycles offer- terms and conditions Offer available only to new adult/senior Ride, Race Silver or Gold members between 25 June and 23:59 on 30 June 2019. British Cycling reser… Read more

Public raise £45,000 for cyclist ordered to pay woman who stepped into road


When I dabbled with commuting in by bike I saw several self righteous cyclists sounding their horns/whistle /yelling and charging into gaps. Whilst they were very much a tiny minority, they do tarnish cyclists with the same brush. They should at least get on the end of a bike bell, for both increased audible effectiveness and irony purposes. Thanks for the article, it's nice to know that the cyclist was one of "them", an important fact that was missing from the media hysteria over this case, and had also changed my POV. However, the recommendation for third party insurance misleads the reader where the upshot is that the upper (unlimited?) claim should actually be addressed. And if someone wants to be the big I am, then get their selves down to a Crit race and don't ride like a Richard on your commute.


...or just don't ride like a d*ck:


As has been in the news recently


The liability insurance is a valuable thing to have. If you are in an accident and someone makes a legal claim against you, under part 45 of the Civil Procedure Rules the legal cost award is capped at £7000. There is no such limit if you are uninsured, as a result you can be hit with an expenses award of many tens of thousands if you lose a case.

£27.75 Discount
£27.75 Discount
British cycling membership 25% off - £27.75
Get 25% off a Ride membership To celebrate Cycle To Work Day, we're offering 25% off any Ride membership (usually £37 a year). Use the code CTWD2017 and become a Ride member for ju… Read more

For bicycle insurance I find Wiggle better value.


Could someone explain the insurance benefits for this deal ie does it cover you from theft accidental damage etc thanks


Good deal but unfortunatley, Doesn't work if you are renewing. :(

£5.77 Discount
£5.77 Discount
£5.77 off the Ride membership using discount code @ British Cycling Membership
INSTRUCTIONS: Apply the code CYCLESCH to your Ride membership to receive a £5.77 discount.

Works fine today. Should be unexpired.


not expired. Works fine today


Thanks for posting. Just started cycling to work and been wanting liability insurance.

Best British Cycling deals from our community

Free See.Sense smart light set when you sign up to British Cycling e.g Commute membership £35.10
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Posted 8th Sep 2020Posted 8th Sep 2020
Free See.Sense smart light set when you sign up to British Cycling e.g Commute membership £35.10£35.10£79.9956% off
Just saw this new member offer on Facebook - See.Sense Ace set worth £79.99 when you sign up and pay by direct debit. The cheapest option for that is £35.10 by the looks of things.… Read more

I sold mine for 70 straight away 👌


Yeah , my back light has failed after 3 weeks. customer support is shocking. Email only. You ask for support, after 48 hours they reply asking what you have already quoted. You reply, then wait and wait. After a few days another stupid question as if you might have forgotten the original problem, you reply and wait and wait and wait, that was 5 days ago and I am still waiting for a reply to the 3rd email and have a useless rear light. I supplied my phone number but that is obviously an outdated way of contacting a customer.


British Cycling is a pointless organisation. Unless you spend a lot of money on bikes/parts ( where you might get a small discount ) save you money.




Yea, it looks like I'll see sense and sell them on ebay

50% off Commute memberships at British Cycling
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Posted 5th Aug 2020Posted 5th Aug 2020
50% off Commute memberships at British Cycling£19.50£3950% off
A pretty good deal with it usually £39 - 50% off makes it £19.50. T&Cs: Offer valid for new members only Offer ends at 23:59 Friday 7 August 2020 Upgraded memberships will… Read more

Nice find and first deal @golfgolfgolf - cheers for sharing :)


The Commute membership only covers your for commuting/utility - if you ride for exercise of leisure, have a look at the Ride membership (discount still works on that, just capped)


yep, same here


Even tried a different email address, and it still picked me up as a past member.


Ride membership worked for me - £21.15 after the DD discount. Thanks

British Cycling Commuter eBook - free
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Posted 28th May 2020Posted 28th May 2020
British Cycling Commuter eBook - freeFREE£0.01
Lots of new people are cycle commuting, and I'm sure many could do with some advice. I'm a cycling instructor, and this eBook touches on everything I would consider important (choo… Read more

Chose your weapon a 2tonne car capable of travelling 100+ mph or a 10kg bike which can travel about 30mph and more typically 10-15mph. Deaths caused by cycling are rare ie single digit figures over multiple years, when they do happen the world explodes ( as you mention Allison ), but deaths by car are common and frequently and thrown under the rug and ignored by the media. We have become almost complacent to the fact cars ( people ) take so many lives its all basically now normal. Nothing I stated is inaccurate, feel free to state any point I made and I will happily pass a tonne of evidence to back up my point. The consequences of breaking the law in a car are an order of magnitude worse than someone on a bike, in terms of damage to property and other human life.


I don’t normally dive with my bike. I tend to just ride it! I already hold proficiency in the way of a driving license. Just because I’m on two wheels why should this be any different than four? We need to move away from cars! ycles and hopefully soon e-scooters will revolutionise transport.


This is full of inaccuracies - there are good drivers and poor drivers, great cyclists and awful worst a cyclist kills someone through their actions, as has been seen with high profile incidents including Allison or whatever the idiot with no brakes was called in London. "Cars" don't kill anyone either, only the people who drive them do. The reason some car drivers get angry at cyclists is law of the jungle - the expectation is that a car is more powerful than a bike, and annoyance that cars (both fuel and the vehicle itself) are taxed heavily and are therefore more "deserving" than bikes. The obverse is also true, some cyclists get angry at pretty much everything... pedestrians, other cyclists, buses etc. Some drivers break the law and some don't, some cyclists break the law and some don't, I'd say the most obvious one being red light jumping. This is all true because cyclists and drivers are all members of the human race, no one has a monopoly on virtue (y)


Personally I think cyclists should be limited to cycling in no more than groups of 4, most problems solved involving inconsiderate idiots cycling as if no one else exists and stopping everyone from overtaking. I'm a cyclist myself before anyone accuses me of bias (y)


Thanks, very useful!

Rejoin British Cycling (you need your membership no from £39) includeS SIS bundle (worth £50). Also 3 months free for NHS workers
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Posted 8th May 2020Posted 8th May 2020LocalLocal
Rejoin applies to all categories from Commute £39 Includes Sis bundle Unfortunately, I can't find a direct link to the deal. You need an email from them. Unfortunately my link i… Read more

What do you get from being a member?


Promo Code: SISMAY20


They have a chat line ask them, even then it seems to be variable at branches what they do. They dont generally let you stck offers, so I got a discounted bike that they were also offering tradin on so they wouldnt give me Brit Cycling as well but you get 5% from quidco.


Does anybody know whether 10% Halfords discount can be used for buying a bike through Cycle 2 Work scheme?


It doesn't apply anyway to fan membership

British Cycling : 3 Month Commute Membership Free For All NHS Workers
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Posted 17th Apr 2020Posted 17th Apr 2020
British Cycling : 3 Month Commute Membership Free For All NHS WorkersFREE£0.01
To recognise the fantastic work of the NHS during these times and say thank you, British Cycling with our principal partner HSBC UK are pleased to offer a three-month British Cycli… Read more

"Cycling UK 3 months' free membership for health and social care workers; We're here to support your cycle to work with free third-party liability insurance, legal assistance through our Cycling UK Incident Line, retail discounts and Cycle magazine." (y)


Yet again only for Nhs staff, the rest of us dont matter.




Thank you OP


today was a good day!

£50 SIS bundle free with British Cycling Membership (£24) @ British Cycling
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Posted 9th Jan 2020Posted 9th Jan 2020
£50 SIS bundle free with British Cycling Membership (£24) @ British Cycling£37£8757% off
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 y… Read more

I don't see a £37 membership on the site? Am I missing something? The DD offer on the 'Ride' membership is £38.70


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 :D


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.


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!!


£50! They are having a laugh. Barely worth £20 for the bundle

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British Cycling Black Friday Membership Deal
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Posted 30th Nov 2019Posted 30th Nov 2019
British Cycling Black Friday Membership Deal
Get a free set of tyres (Conti Grand Sport Race) and a free Big Bobble Hat when you join on a gold membership (code BLKGOLD) or become a Race Silver, Ride or Commute member and r… Read more

Frustrating thing is I give up so much time to volunteer you'd think you'd get some sort of discount but I get stuffed for silver and a licence each year to the tune of £100!


Yeah I didn’t consider that as I don’t have any accreditations - they have you over a barrel (fierce)


Trouble is if I start a new account I'll lose my breeze bike leader, assistant comm, welfare officer and velodrome accreditation. Damn you BC!!!!


yeah i've been looking to renew and the promo codes section just doesn't appear if you've been a member before. regardless the codes are showing out of date when added now too. MEMFRND still seems to work on "new" accounts though to take £10 off


Yeah been trying to do it on mine as mine is up for renewal but can't seem to add it. Must only be for new customers

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 2019Posted 22nd Jul 2019
Free SiS bundle worth £49 when you become a British Cycling Ride member for £41 (£36.90 if paying by Direct Debit)£41
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 Spor… Read more

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.


23.59 on 31 July - I’ll update now with the expiry date


Some bad cyclists out there but outnumbered by bad drivers, it’s a UK thing


Is that an example of the meathead left handed blinker?


British Cycling - Fan Membership - £10 off any membership
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Posted 27th Mar 2019Posted 27th Mar 2019
British Cycling - Fan Membership - £10 off any membership£14£2442% off
Just renewed my membership and they sent me the generic voucher for £10 off in your first year. To get £10 off any membership enter the code: MEMFRND offer available only to new-jo… Read more

Used the code, paid, today I get emailed that this is a referral code and in order to be used they ask me for the member's membership ID to confirm the referral.


It's worth knowing that Fan Membership (and Race Bronze) do NOT include liability insurance or legal cover - which is why many of us take out a membership with British Cycling or Cycling UK. That makes Fan Membership a bit pointless to me so I've taken out Commute Membership instead. Paying by direct debit makes it £33 and i'll probably use the free service (worth £30) at Cycle republic (though I'll give them on of my kids bikes, mine goes to a local place that I know n trust!) and I might use the 30% off a See.Sense light - if I use both then the benefits i use are worth more than I paid and I've got liability insurance in case I cause an accident and legal cover in case someone hits me. Now if I only had medical cover - the only cycling accident I've had was when my back wheel went from under me a few weeks ago and I lost three teeth!


Hi, I signed up using this code and whilst it initially worked, they have now emailed asking for the membership ID of the person who referred me. So just a warning to anyone thinking of using it. Does anyone have a membership number they'd be happy to share with me, so that they get the referral? Thanks.


Does bronze membership give u discounts in stores, as it’s free for me as I have never signed up or do I have to pay for a membership to get


If you cycle then yes. Ride membership if you take part in sportives, etc., Commute membership if you don't.

British Cycling membership discount - some free - see post for details
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Posted 25th Jul 2018Posted 25th Jul 2018
British Cycling membership discount - some free - see post for details
I have had a couple of PMs recently following a post I commented on reference member benefits in British Cycling. For those that are not aware by using the code NEWCMRA new member… Read more

getting an error message when setting up the direct debit, anyone else having this issue?


Any, so even Bronze.


Which membership plan will give me Halfords discount? Starting a new job on Monday and first thing i want is get bike to work plan as it will just 4 miles now.


Asks for your credit card details to start a direct debit at the end


You can’t sod the bikes, the money goes to British Cycling :/

Newest British Cycling Discount Codes:

DiscountBritish Cycling Discount DetailsExpires
£10£10 off any membership @ British Cycling8/10/2019
% offFree £20 Evans Cycles Voucher when you join British Cycling as a member - ENDS MIDNIGHT TONIGHT30/06/2019
£27.75British cycling membership 25% off - £27.7513/09/2017
25%25% off British Cycling for new members with code: CTWD201624/04/2017
25%25% off ANY British Cycling membership (e.g. "Ride" membership is £22.28/yr)1/09/2015