so the ride membership would give me cover too?
That ^ looks like insurance as a cyclists not a trainer
From the previous link you posted "Professional Indemnity insurance (to an indemnity limit of £5m) and Public Liability insurance (to an indemnity limit of £10m) is provided to qualifying members (i.e. Race Silver/Gold and Ride) who hold either a valid British Cycling Coaching qualification and/or a British Cycling approved leadership or instruction qualification together with a valid First Aid certificate."
So it appears the ride membership automatically gives coaching insurance, though I was surprised at this.
Yes and cheaper than CTCs
Bump on this, is it still either BC or CUK?
Big price difference, £44 vs £127.
BC are compulsory helmets during training no?
Any others that allow optional helmet use?
^ tagging @skydancer & @dancing james any thoughts on the above be a great help.
I also found insure4sport £86 quoted.
Anyone use them?
I wasn’t aware of the BC helmet requirement. Sorry can’t really help with this as my provider give me insurance.
Ok, thanks. I'll check again with BC.
Agree with DJ. Not aware of helmet compulsion for cycle training, perhaps for other disciplines.
I'm insured through butterworth spengler cycle activity insurance
Thanks helmet defo compulsory for some bc activities but their helmet policy suggests optional in non-sporty stuff.
Appears on CUK insurance certs, but offers separate cover too then? Is that cheaper? A bit like branded beans vs supermarket own brand?
Which companies are people using for insuring themselves when delivering freelance or private cycle training?
I am aware of the CTC insurance, are there any others?