Summit Cycling Club

Membership Application Requirements

If you feel you meet the Common Denominator Requirements and you wish to become a member of Summit Cycling Club, please follow the Application Requirements below. 

1. Please read the Membership Requirements, Summit Ride Requirements and Liability Waiver.  

2.  Participate in a minimum of three of our Saturday club rides for you and us to meet and to determine if you have the necessary fitness and riding experience and if you understand and can abide by the membership guidelines.  This requirement may be waived if the rider is known by the club. 

3.  Complete the Membership Application through the website link or by printing and submitting the form to the club.  Please list the current club member who will act as your sponsor (if one is known.)

4.  Acceptance/denial of membership is determined by a vote of the board members based on the applicant's demonstrated ability and desire to meet the Membership Guidelines, and if the club and applicant have each determined it to be mutually good 'fit'.  We may solicit input and feedback from other riders regarding the applicant's sportsmanship/athleticism when they participate in fast group rides.

5.  You will be informed via email of the decision of the board.

We have the right to decline membership.  One of the club board members may communicate to the applicant the reason for the denial. 

Continued Membership in the Summit Cycling Club requires members to observe and practice the Common Denominators.

Any member who continually violates the Membership Guidelines or is considered to be a danger to others on group rides will not be permitted to renew their membership and can be asked not to ride with the club.  If you endorse a rider it is your responsibility to ensure they practice safe riding and exercise good group etiquette and judgment along with good paceline practices.  Endorsing a rider?  Then you must be an existing club member who has been a member with the club for more than one year.

Guests are expected to follow Summit Club rules as well, those who do not will be asked not to ride with the club, this includes riders who do not exercise good group etiquette, try to break up our ride, or are perceived as dangerous by other club members.



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