Become a Member of Cycle Queensbury

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Become a member of Cycle Queensbury for £5 a year

Join now and get free membership for 2016!

Why become a member?

  1. It helps with our campaigning. The more members we have, the more ‘clout’ we have in getting cycling facilities for the local area.
  2. Your membership subscriptions help to fund our activities.
  3. You will get a 10% discount (parts and labour) from Firth Cycles, our local friendly bike shop.
  4. You can join the CTC (Cyclists Touring Club – now called Cycling UK) at Reduced Rates. Cycle Queensbury is affiliated to the CTC, and our members can join for just £ 24 pa, instead of the usual adult rate of £43 pa. One of the main benefits is Third Party Insurance.
  5. You can vote at our General Meetings.

How to join

  1. Print off and complete the Membership Form (pdf)
    – or fill in the Membership Form (Microsoft Word) on-screen.
  2. Take/Send it, together with your £5 subscription, to Firth Cycles, West End, Queensbury, BD13 2ER ((Mark your envelope “Cycle Queensbury Membership”.
    (You can also send your subscription by Bank Transfer – see Membership Form.)

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Cycling UK membership benefits include:

  • £10m Third party insurance cover
    – Protects you on and off-road, including Sportives and Time trialling
  • Campaigning for cycling
    – CTC fights for local and national cycling issues
  • Cycling publications
    – Weekly e-newsletter
  • Rides and events
    – A warm welcome at over 300 CTC clubs and 1000s of cycle events
  • Route and technical advice line
    – Jargon free everyday cycling advice
  • Discounts offered by 100s of cycle and outdoor shops across the country
    – Offers include Cotswold Outdoor (15%).
  • Access to CTC Cycling Holidays and Tours
    – UK, Europe and worldwide cycling holidays
  • Access to specially tailored cycle theft, and specific cycling travel insurance

NB: CTC Incident Line and Subscription to ‘Cycle’ magazine is not covered by this deal.

For more details of CTC (now Cycling UK) membership, visit

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