Thank you for considering to join Royal Leamington Spa Cycling Club, by doing so you not only join a huge cycling community but you help to support our activities. We are commited to reinvesting memberships not only into the club but putting back into our local community from our social events, regular club rides through to coaching and organised events and races.
Unlike most clubs we have 2 'levels' membership of RLS CC. Becoming a Full Member is voluntary as we want people to join because they believe in what we do and support our goals, not because they have to. We also believe this helps us to stay sharp, to keep in touch with the members making sure we're going down the right path. This runs for a whole 12 months from the date you sign up - so you don't miss out at all if you sign up in the summer for example.
The other option if you would like to ride with us is to become an Associate Member. This is an extremely cost effective option (less than a coffee or beer!), and runs for the calendar year - i.e. to 31st Dec 2017. The cost is minimal and ensures that the club itself is protected by third party liability insurance from British Cycling.
Still not sure? - we welcome guest riders to come and meet us and go for a ride - and if you like it and fancy more bike-based action (we can't think of a reson why you wouldn't!) then all we ask is that you choose one of the memberhip levels. And of course you can buy a full member status at any time.
We would be honoured to have you on board and as such we've got an amazing host of benefits in our membership that you will get access to when joining up as a full member - you can have a look at these below.
The membership system is managed by British Cycling however everything RLS CC is managedby our Secretaries. You won't need to buy a British Cycling membership to sign up with us.
To view the benefits of being a members as well as prices, details and how to sign up see below:
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