On this page you can find a full list of the British Cycling policies and guidelines that The Cycle Coach adheres to.

Please click on any of the titles below to access a document.
If you have any questions about any of the policies or guidelines

Equality Policy

The Cycle Coach is committed to providing the opportunity for everyone who wants to ride their bike and be involved in sport to be able to do so in a safe, accessible and supportive environment.

We want to ensure that everyone feels free to participate regardless of their age, ability, gender, disability, race, parental or marital status, religion or belief or sexual orientation.

British Cycling Guidelines for Coaching Cycling

The British Cycling Guidelines for Coaching Cycling have been developed to promote good practice and ensure all riders receive coaching that is safe, effective, enjoyable and challenging.

The Guidelines aim to:

  • Provide guidance to cycle coaches regarding remit and health and safety issues that should be considered when conducting meaningful coaching sessions, or prescribing training for individual riders.
  • assist venues and organisations in formulating their own relevant health and safety policies for conducting cycle coaching sessions.

Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy

The welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone involved with The Cycle Coach from coaches, employees, volunteers, parents/carers and the children themselves can help. All these people have a duty of care to safeguard the welfare of children and prevent abuse.

We will actively encourage and promote the British Cycling Safeguarding Policy and good practice guidance to all involved with The Cycle Coach activities.

British Cycling Code of Conduct

This document offers guidance on good practice, values and behaviours for everyone involved in the sport of cycling, whether they be staff, members, coaches, race officials, member club officials or volunteers

British Cycling Code of Practice for Coaches

This code of practice identifies the standards that cycling coaches are required to meet. It reflects best practice in coaching and is relevant to all coaching roles and responsibilities.

All coaches who work with The Cycle Coach who hold recognised British Cycling coaching qualifications are required to sign up and abide by this code of practice.