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Our three main Memberships are:

Individual Membership: for the sole rider in a household. 

Concession Membership: for the sole rider who is over 65, or under 25 and living away from home.

Household Membership: includes 2 adults of any age and up to 6 dependents. 

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We also offer Corporate Memberships and Memberships for registered riders in a charity ride. For more information please contact our office.

Our comprehensive insurance covers our members any time they ride, anywhere in the world. We welcome all recreational bike riders. 

Our insurance does not cover timed and/or racing event. 

Yes! But they must comply with the NSW law.

Yes! Our members are covered by our insurance when riding to work, between workplaces or work sites or to work meetings.

Yes! Our members can ride anywhere in the world knowing they are fully covered by our personal, accident and third party insurance. The only type of riding not covered by our insurance is timed/racing events.

Bikes are not covered under our insurance. 

As Bicycle NSW Member you do receive 10% off with Oz Bike Insurance. Log in here to find out more benefits about being a Bicycle NSW Member.

Take a photo/s and note the location of the issue (cross streets or the longitude and latitude coordinates). We recommend contacting your local council through the contact details on their website or for main roads contact the Transport Management Centre on 131700 or fill out their online form.

If you are having difficulty, please contact Bicycle NSW on info@bicyclensw.org.au and we can help you.

Yes! No matter where our members live within Australia, they enjoy the same insurance cover and other membership benefits. 

If you are living overseas, you must spend at least 6 months living in Australia within the Membership year (1 July - 30 June) for our insurance to cover you.

Our memberships run from 1 July until 30 June (the following year).

Our memberships are valid up until 30 June.

All memberships purchased across the financial year will be charged a pro rata fee. This means that you only pay for the days of membership from the time of joining through until the end of the membership period on June 30.

Yes, you will receive communication from Bicycle NSW prior to your membership renewal. 

For peace of mind, we recommend setting up your membership on an auto renewal basis so you will always be covered by our insurance.

We start renewing Memberships in June to ensure our Members are not unintentionally left without insurance cover when the (old) Membership expires on June 30.

When you join Bicycle NSW, you will receive a link to your Digital Membership Pass through your emails. If you are having issues with your card, please see this page.

You can easily update any of your personal details ( phone number, email or postal address) online by logging in to your Membership Account

You can also send us an email with your new details.

Once you are logged in, please visit the “My Account” page. Please click on the “Payment Methods” tab on the left hand side. From here click “Add payment methods” in order to enter your new credit card details.

Yes you can. Please email us with your request or contact us on (02) 9704 0800.

Yes! In fact, we recommend automatic renewal as it gives peace of mind knowing that you Membership will be rolled over into the new Membership year and your insurance will remain valid.

If you have forgotten your password please click the “Forgotten Password” button on the My Account page. 

If you do not remember your log in details, please send us an email or call us on (02) 9704 0800.

If you have forgotten your password please click the “Forgotten Password” button on the My Account page.  

If you do not remember your log in details, please send us an email or call us on (02) 9704 0800.

First of all, we hope that you are ok. 

Here are the instructions on how to make a claim through our insurer, V-Insurance.

You can visit our page here for rides in your area.

Please go to our NSW Riding Map or contact your local Bicycle User Group (BUGs).

We recommend reaching out to your local Bicycle User Group.