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Club Code of Conduct

The purpose of this code is to establish the expectations of the Bicycle Sport Shop Club in terms of the public cycling behavior of its riders. As a member of the club, riders are expected to abide by this Code of Conduct at all times, especially when wearing the club kit.


Riders will:

  • Have a bicycle in good working condition;
  • Wear a helmet;
  • Obey all road laws;
  • Call out road hazards and other dangers to other cyclists in the group;
  • Call out and pass another cyclist on the left side;
  • Not cross or overlap wheels with another cyclist unless passing;
  • Not ride under the influence of any substance that impairs your abilities;
  • No excessive alcohol consumption or drinking and driving while at a Bicycle Sport Shop ride or event; and
  • Heed the ride leader’s and/or captain’s instructions.


  • As a participant in club activities, members represent the Bicycle Sport Shop club to other cyclists, government officials, and the general public;
  • Act in good behavior--respectful and courteous towards others; and
  • Avoid confrontation with motorists, other cyclists or pedestrians.

Good sportsmanship

  • Be respectful to all teammates and opponents. Refrain from the use of foul language, obscene gestures, physical or verbal abuse or malicious actions towards any person, other teams, or the store and/or any lewd behavior;
  • Share the rules of the road (or trail) with all members and riders in an encouraging and helpful way; and encourage all athletes, teammates, and opponents to excel; and
  • Make every effort to make cycling a sport where everyone is treated as an individual, is open and available equally to all, and offers the individual the opportunity to participate without fear or harassment.