Seniors – £19.00
Under 18s – £5.00
Senior Citizens – £11.00
Family – £38.00
(None of the above categories include Third Party Insurance)
Please note –
Senior Citizens are over 65 for both women and men.
New Members will have a renewal date 12 months after the end of the month they joined. Renewing members will retain their original renewal date, irrelevant of the date they renew.
To join online and pay through the British Cycling site please click the link below, but please read the instructions below before doing so.
– If you are a new member joining for the first time, please click on the link and complete the form.
– If you are renewing your membership and are a British Cycling member, please click on the link and complete the form, but note you will need your BC membership number to renew.
– if you are renewing your membership and are NOT a British Cycling member you will need a BC membership number to renew (this is a strange foible of the BC system, and isn’t actually a membership number, rather an ID number for our club membership database). To get this click here and then click “I don’t know my username / password”. Enter your e mail address in the box and click “Get username”, and your username (which is your membership number ) will be e mailed to you. Then click on the link below to renew. If you do not receive an e mail please contact the membership secretary below who will be able to give you your membership number.
Alternatively, please send your subscriptions to the Membership Secretary.
To apply for membership to the club, please fill in the membership form below and return to:-
The Membership Secretary, Otley Cycle Club Ltd, Wellcroft House, Otley, LS21 1JH
For any membership queries contact Ken Hodgson on 01943 463991 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All cheques are to be made payable to Otley Cycle Club Ltd.
All members must take out their own Third Party Insurance, via the CTC or BC, or such similar organisations. Your existing house insurance MAY give you the required cover, but please do read the small print very carefully.