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Free £20 Evans Cycles Voucher when you join British Cycling as a member - ENDS MIDNIGHT TONIGHT
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Free £20 Evans Cycles Voucher when you join British Cycling as a member - ENDS MIDNIGHT TONIGHT

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Posted 25th Jun
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 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. £20 voucher will be sent to you by post in August.
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Since some banks give away free membership, you'd probably still get this voucher along with member pack #CodeStack
Thanks OP but I don't understand where to redeem the Evans code to be eligible for the £20 Evans voucher?

Is it entered at the application state on the British cycling website?
How do you apply for this? Or is it included with the member pack? I have free membership via HSBC but it’s only fan level so I’m assuming I don’t qualify.
i tried entering EVANS20 and it did not work
Cool now I can buy that 4000 bike
lumsdot26/06/2019 06:53

i tried entering EVANS20 and it did not work


A lot of people saying on Facebook that it does not work....
villageidiotdan26/06/2019 04:53

Thanks OP but I don't understand where to redeem the Evans code to be …Thanks OP but I don't understand where to redeem the Evans code to be eligible for the £20 Evans voucher?Is it entered at the application state on the British cycling website?


Assume it is - haven’t tried it myself yet, just got the offer through email. I’ll try it later
I gave them a call and they accepted it.
At what step do you redeem the code (online)?
The code works at the sign up stage ... there is a first code option , ignore that box and proceed through sign up , before final confirmation you should see code box ,,
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.
Going_Digital26/06/2019 11:06

The liability insurance is a valuable thing to have. If you are in an …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.


As has been in the news recently google.co.uk/amp…mp/
Zimmy26/06/2019 13:57

...or just don't ride like a …...or just don't ride like a d*ck:https://clinicalnegligencebarrister.wordpress.com/2019/06/24/brushett-v-hazeldean-the-facts/


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.
Edited by: "jazid" 26th Jun
Zimmy26/06/2019 13:57

...or just don't ride like a …...or just don't ride like a d*ck:https://clinicalnegligencebarrister.wordpress.com/2019/06/24/brushett-v-hazeldean-the-facts/

Public raise £45,000 for cyclist ordered to pay woman who stepped into road metro.co.uk/201…app
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