Event organising

Policies & Procedures

Policies & procedures for cycle event organisers.

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Forms

Forms for cycle event organisers.

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Resources for Cycle Event Organisers, Ride Leaders and Cycling Group Officials

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What do you do if new riders turn up? How do you record a risk assessment? What is the situation if a young person turns up to do a ride? All these questions can be answered by consulting CTC's resources for ride and event organisers.

In this section, you will find documents relating to the guidance CTC issues to ride and event organisers in order to comply with insurance requirements. One section is for forms and the other for policies.

CTC's  White Guide for organisers of rides, rallies and camping trips covers everything you need to know from security to sanitation and more. You will find it under Policies and Procedures.

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How to form a CTC Affiliated Group

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Do you ride with friends, colleagues or family in a group? Do you organise charity rides and events and want insurance? Becoming affiliated to CTC will give you peace of mind, as well as other benefits for your organisation or club.

If you think the paperwork involved in forming a new CTC Member Group would be too much to cope with, but you would still like to be part of the CTC family, another option is to become a CTC Affiliated club.

Club Affiliation to CTC

Your group may want the benefits of CTC’s expertise but not want to become a formal CTC Member Group. In that case, you should think about becoming affiliated to CTC. The benefits of affiliation include:

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