We believe in the next generation of cyclists, and we want to help them reach their true potential.
Claydon Cycling Club CIC will take reasonable steps to minimise risks during club activities, however, cycling does have its risks and even the best riders still fall off occasionally.
These events are specially designed for juniors and include our Youth Coaching course. Adults leading the sessions will be DBS checked and will be familiar with club safeguarding policies. The duty of care provided will be at a level appropriate for children. Full details are provided in advance. Any concerns should be raised with our welfare officer who is on site at events or available on our youth email address listed above. These events are open to all, they are friendly supportive events, but the duty of care offered can only reasonably be expect to be at a level appropriate to adults. Youth members should only attend general club activities if accompanied by a parent, guardian, carer or person acting in loco parentis, or with a signed consent form for the activity. Some cycling experience is required for all of our events. For the youth coaching it is expected that all riders have the ability to cycle without assistance, without stabilisers, and be able to start and stop their cycle without assistance.
As a member of Claydon Cycling Club CIC you should:
As a youth member you understand that you should follow this code of conduct. You may be asked to explain yourself to a club official and you could be suspended or asked to leave the club if the issue is persistent or a serious one.
Claydon Cycling Club CIC reserves the right to update their terms and conditions and code of conduct at any time. Notification of any updates will be communicated to all members in advance of them being brought in to use. Please make sure you keep us update with any change in contact details so you don't miss out on these changes.