Support CTC and help everyone experience the joy of cycling.
CTC, the national cycling charity, works for everyone who cycles or wants to cycle - whether that is to school or work, for health, touring, sport or leisure - or just because it's fun.
There are lots of ways to support CTC - and we've highlighted just some of them below.
Supporting CTC can be as simple as enjoying a CTC event, becoming a member, using a CTC product or service, or backing a CTC campaign.
The more people who support CTC, the louder our voice is when campaigning locally and nationally for the issues that are important to you. As a registered charity, we rely upon the support of generous people and organisations to help us fund our vital outreach work to bring cycling, and its benefits, to everyone.
We exist simply to inspire and help people to cycle and keep cycling. If you'd like to a part of that, in whatever way suits you, please have a look below to see how you can help people get on their bikes - and stay there!
CTC, the national cycling charity, has been protecting and promoting the rights of cyclists since 1878 and is funded through its membership fees and donations.
By giving a monthly, or single gift to CTC, you will be helping to change lives through cycling...
We need enthusiastic people to join up with others and use your energy, creativity and passion to make positive changes for cycling. Offer your skills and experience to make our organisation work better and challenge yourself whilst helping create a cleaner, healthier and happier nation of cyclists
As the UK’s national cycling charity, we inspire and help people to cycle and keep cycling. Over 3 million people in the UK regularly get on their bike; whether to get to work, school or the shops; or to enjoy the thrill of off-road tracks, or come together for a leisurely family-bike ride.
If you have, or are trustee of a grant-making trust or foundation, this page outlines how you can help CTC’s work to change lives through cycling. Much of the community outreach and campaigning work we undertake is only possible thanks to the support of great-making trusts and foundations.