Unique discount codes for membership benefits are included within your welcome email which is sent upon sign up.
Personal Accident Cover
This cover applies to when you are training, competing or officiating in an activity sanctioned by Cycling Ireland. Medical expenses are covered to a maximum of €2,500 each claim which includes dental expenses up to €2,000. Excess of €250 applies to medical and dental claims. There is also an inner limit of €250 for physiotherapy expenses. Loss of earnings is covered for a maximum of €150 per week for a maximum of 13 weeks with the first week not being covered.
Public Liability Insurance
Covers you for any third-party liability or property damage for which you are held legally liable. (a third party is a person not accredited with membership of Cycling Ireland) when you are training, competing or officiating in an approved Cycling Ireland activity. (a €500 excess applies to each claim, to be paid by claimant.
Bikmo Bike Insurance
Cycling Ireland's official cycle insurance partner, Bikmo, offers members an exclusive 7.5% discount on their bike insurance. A policy covers your bike(s), clothing and accessories from theft and accidental damage, plus 14 days free insurance on new bikes and much more....
BikeRegister is the National Cycle Marking and Registration scheme. It aims to reduce cycle theft and enable owners to be reunited with their bikes if they are stolen and recovered and is free to use for both the public and police.
15% Member Discount
Discount codes are included within your member welcome email.
The Training Hub contains cycling-specific, live and expert training sessions in yoga, pilates, strength and conditioning and more. Log in to your membership area and activate your Training Hub account today.
Spoked is built for everyday riders, but is shaped by world-class knowledge. Spoked adapts based on five main variables; time in zones, the perceived difficulty, sleep, physical and mental freshness. It is this unique blend of hard cycling data and the ‘human touch’ of personal feedback that creates a holistic training experience for your riding.
Two-months free access when you purchase your first month.
Achieve your goals with training plans, coaches, and a powerful fitness app for cycling. Cycling Ireland members receive a discount code for 20% off in their welcome email.
20% Member Discount
InfoCrank Power Meter
Used by Team Ireland athletes, the InfoCrank is the world’s most accurate power meter. It measures both right and left leg independently, directly from within the crank arm 256 times per second. Calibrated for life, the InfoCrank requires no regular re-zeroing and is simple to use. Cycling Ireland members receive a discount code for 15% off in their welcome email.
15% Member Discount
Discount codes are included within your member welcome email.
Awesome things to do, an amazing community to do things with, quality gear to do things in. Charge, Chill and commute with Ireland's leading athleisurewear brand and community.
25% Member Discount
Cycle SuperStore is Ireland's biggest bike shop, with the widest range and biggest selection, the most dedicated and knowledgeable staff who love sharing their passion for cycling .
See.Sense creates award-winning cycling tech products that improve cycling, and generate data insights that help transform our cities for more cycling.
30% Member Discount
World innovators in sports nutrition for all athletes. Kinetica Sports want to nourish your self-belief with products that never compromise on quality.
15% Member Discount
Bike Fit Studio
Bike Fit Studio provides you with highly accurate and comprehensive bike fit data, the most advanced fitters in Ireland, and a technology that has helped thousands of cyclists.
€50 Member Discount
Discount codes are included within your member welcome email.
Access to Events
Cycling Ireland members can enter events without the need to purchase an event licence (one day licence). The type of membership you purchase will determine if you can enter all events, certain competitive events or leisure events.
Join a Club
Cycling Ireland members can choose from hundreds of clubs located nationwide. Joining a cycling club with other like-minded cyclists helps you mix up your training regimen and have more fun on your daily training rides.
Stay up to date with the latest cycling news, training tips, rider interviews and special member only offers.
Your membership fee supports the development of Irish Cycling including programmes such as Bike Like Me Women's Cycling, Sprocket Rocket, Balance Bikes and more. Thank you for helping Cycling Ireland develop an island enriched by cycling.
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How do I renew my membership
Click here for a step-by-step guide on how to renew your membership
Membership Terms & Conditions
CYCLING IRELAND MEMBERSHIP TERMS & CONDITIONS
I hereby apply to be admitted as a member of Cycling Ireland, and agree that, if accepted, I will be bound by the Rules of the Federation.
I understand, and agree, that I participate in events, whether on the public highway or otherwise, at my own risk, and that no liability whatever will attach to the promoter, promoting club, or any officials of any cycling event nor to Cycling Ireland, Provincial Board affiliated thereto, for any injury, loss or damage suffered by me in or by reason of any event however such may be caused.
I hereby declare that I am aware of no reason why I should not be issued with the licence requested. I undertake to spontaneously return my licence in the event of any substantial change to the circumstances existing at the time of the application for a licence. I declare that I have not applied for a licence for the same year to the UCI or to any other national federation. I assume exclusive liability for this application and for the use that I shall make of the licence.
I hereby undertake to respect the constitution and regulations of the International Cycling Union, its continental confederations and its national federations. I declare that I have read or have had the opportunity to become acquainted with the aforesaid constitution and regulations. I shall participate in cycling competitions or events in a fair and sporting manner. I shall submit to disciplinary measures taken against me and shall take any appeals and litigation before the authorities provided for in the regulations. I accept the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) as the sole competent body for appeals in such cases and under the conditions set out in the regulations. I accept that the CAS shall be the court of last instance and that its decisions shall be definitive and without right of appeal. With those reservations, I shall submit any litigation with the UCI solely to the courts within whose jurisdiction the head offices of the UCI lie.
I agree to submit to and be bound by the UCI Antidoping regulations, the clauses of the World Antidoping Code and its International Standards to which the UCI anti-doping regulations refer and to the anti-doping regulations of other competent bodies as per the regulations of the UCI and the World Antidoping Code provided that they comply with that Code. I agree that the results of the analysis may be made public and communicated in detail to my club or team or to my paramedical assistant or doctor. I agree that all urine samples taken shall become the property of the UCI, which may have them analysed, especially for purposes of health protection research and information. I agree that my doctor or the doctor of my club or team may, on a request from the UCI, communicate to it a list of any medicines I took and treatment I underwent before any given competition.
I accept the conditions regarding blood testing and accept to undergo blood tests.
I acknowledge and agree that my personal information provided as part of my application shall be passed and held by the UCI.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Respect the rights, dignity and worth of everyone, regardless of gender, civil status, family status, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, race or membership of the Traveller community and encourage inclusivity within your club. Adopt a zero-tolerance policy regarding bullying within your club. Act quickly and appropriately if any form of bullying is identified whether from riders (youth or adult), leaders, competitors, coaches or parents/guardians. Maintain a positive environment within your club and resolve issues as they arise. Treat concerns and disclosures with confidentiality and report in accordance with Cycling Ireland Code of Practice and Safeguarding Procedures for Young and Vulnerable Cyclists. Respect guidance offered to you by the National Safeguarding Officer or other Cycling Ireland staff members. This may include a request to attend additional training, complete the vetting process, or place certain restrictions on your membership/level of engagement with Cycling Ireland. Treat other officials with respect and accept decisions made by officials in a sporting manner. Encourage young riders to do same. Do not criticize other Coaches or Leaders in public. Act within the rules of the sport and ensure that all participants understand the rules. Avoid foul language and behaviour that could be misinterpreted by others. Never make racist, sexist, sectarian or defamatory remarks or signs. Physical punishment or physical force must never be used. Never punish a mistake - by verbal means, physical means, emotional means or exclusion. Abide by Cycling Ireland’s Anti-Doping policies and regulations at all times. Ensure that you have adequate insurance cover in respect of your activities as a coach/leader. Read and abide by ‘Cycling Ireland Code of Practice and Safeguarding Procedures for Young and Vulnerable Cyclists’. Ensure that any club with youth participation or the participation of vulnerable adults has an appointed and trained Club Safeguarding Officer.
When working with Children:
All members working with children must apply for Garda Vetting/Access NI vetting as appropriate. We must Create a positive environment and have children’s safety and enjoyment as their number one priority at all times. Ensure that positive and healthy experiences are provided. Act as role models; promote the positive aspects of cycling and maintain the highest standards of personal conduct. Understand the developmental needs of young people and make them aware that their participation is valued. Learning appropriate skills is important and should take precedence over too much training and competition. Promote a sense of fair play and appreciation / respect for the skills of other riders. Be generous with praise and never ridicule or shout at young riders for making mistakes or not winning an event. Give equal time and attention to all participants and avoid singling out any one participant for special attention or praise. Be reasonable in your demands of young riders’ time, energy and enthusiasm. Set realistic goals for the riders and do not push young particpants into adult-like competitions. Ensure that their language and gestures are appropriate at all times. Do not allow young cyclists to use inappropriate language unchallenged. All physical contact should be in response to the needs of the child which is in accordance with the child’s age and stage of development. Adults should not do for a child what a child can do for themselves. Contact should be in an open environment and with the permission of the young person. Involve parents/guardians where possible and inform parents where problems arise. Adhere to a ratio of 1 leader to 6 children (always have a minimum of two adults to each group and where there are mixed groups there should be leaders from both genders). Avoid being alone with a child. Avoid individual communication with a child via texting, emailing, social media or other. Avoid transporting young participants. When this is unavoidable ensure that someone else accompanies you and the young person is in the back of the vehicle, securely strapped in. Avoid taking young people to your own home or involving them in your personal life. Avoid smoking when working with young people and do not take alcohol or non-prescribed drugs before or during sessions. Avoid consuming alcohol in view of young people. If you must take prescribed medicine, please take it out of view of young cyclists. Inform Cycling Ireland within 48 hours if you become subject to caution or criminal investigation. Adhere in all instances to ‘Cycling Ireland Code of Practice and Safeguarding Procedures for Young and Vulnerable Cyclists’.
I have read and understand the above and agree to comply with the Cycling Ireland Code of Practice and Safeguarding Procedures for Young and Vulnerable Cyclists, as summarized above and found online here .
UCI TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. I hereby declare that I am aware of no reason why I should not be granted the requested licence.
I take note that it is strongly recommended to enter a contact person who may be contacted in case of an emergency or an incident involving me during my participation in an event. In this regard, I confirm that the contact person indicated on the form has consented to his/her identity and contact details being mentioned on my licence.
I undertake to spontaneously return my licence in the event of any substantial change to the circumstances existing at the time of the application for a licence.
I declare that I have not applied for a licence for the same year to the UCI or to any other national federation.
I assume exclusive liability for this application and for the use that I shall make of the licence.
2. I hereby undertake to respect the constitution and regulations of the UCI, its continental confederations and its national federations.
I declare that I have read or have had the opportunity to become acquainted with the aforesaid constitution and regulations.
I shall participate in cycling competitions or events in a sporting and fair manner.
I shall comply with all decisions rendered by the UCI and shall take any appeals and litigation before the authorities provided for in the regulations.
I accept the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) as the sole competent authority for appeals as provided in the UCI Regulations and under the conditions set out in these regulations, and for the rest, by the CAS Code of Arbitration for Sport.
I agree that any litigation with the UCI shall solely be submitted to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
3. I agree to abide and be bound by the UCI Anti-Doping Rules, as well as all documents adopted by the UCI in connection with its Anti-Doping Rules and in connection with the World Anti-Doping Code.
I agree to submit to in-competition and out-of-competition testing at any time as provided in the UCI Anti-Doping Rules and related documents. I agree that all samples collected from me under the UCI Anti-Doping Rules are owned by the UCI and that such ownership may be transferred by the UCI to another Anti-Doping Organisation, or ownership transferred from another Anti-Doping Organisation to the UCI.
4. I acknowledge and agree that my personal data processed as part of my licence application to my national federation shall be passed to and held by the UCI (Switzerland) and agree to such information being used for administration and governance purposes, including the management of results and rankings, as well as in relation to anti-doping activities and the prevention of the manipulation of competitions. I also agree that my personal information may be used and/or transmitted, when necessary, to other entities such as the World Anti-Doping Agency, the national Anti-Doping organisations, the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the judicial bodies of the UCI, the national and international authorities competent in relation to the following matters:
a. investigations and/or procedures in relation to potential violations of the UCI Regulations; and
b. any other processing operation of personal information that is legitimate and proportionate in the context of the administration and governance of cycling; and I have taken note that I may contact the UCI at the following address in order to exercise my right to request access, rectification or deletion of my personal information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cycling Ireland is committed to the protection and privacy of members’ information. All details requested in this form are used for Cycling Ireland membership service purposes only. If the requested personal information is not provided Cycling Ireland may not be in a position to provide full membership services benefits.
All "In Case of Emergency" information will be treated in the strictest confidence and will only be disclosed to selected third parties/event organisers/clubs as appropriate and will only be used in the case of an accident/emergency.
How do I transfer my club?
You can request a transfer through your Cycling Ireland membership profile. Login using your details, select the club transfer button and submit your transfer request. This will need to be approved by both clubs before updating on your profile. If no action is taken by your club then a transfer will automatically process after 21 days. You can also request a transfer to un-attached via your membership profile.
I have not received a membership card or race numbers yet
Physical membership cards are not sent to Leisure members as you are not required to show them at events.
It takes up to 14 days for numbers to be sent out to Full Competition members.