Booking Sessions

CSP uses the SPOND booking system for access to sessions. This is a result of Covid restrictions, it works well, and we will be using this process going forward. This process ensures we are not in excess of numbers for each session, and allows us to allocate riders to appropriate groups.

New riders will be invited to join the CSP SPOND system. Invites will be sent out for each session using SPOND. Riders will then book and pay for the session using the SPOND app.

Riders should ONLY turn up for a session they are booked onto.

Get Involved

Enter your details and the cyclist’s details in the form below, we will get back to you with information for attending sessions. Please tell us about your interest: Road or BMX/MTB.

No membership payment is needed at this stage. If you want a CSP official to call you, please tell us in the form comments.

New Riders

New riders must be able to ride unaided.

If you have your own bike it must be in good mechanical condition and must have gears and two brakes for road based cycling. Mountain bikes, Cyclocross Bikes and Road Bikes are all acceptable.

For the BMX sessions, BMX, Dirt Jumpers or Mountain Bikes can all be used on the pump track.

We will ask you to provide parental consent during the booking process, and a parent or guardian is expected to stay during the session.

CSP has a limited number of bikes and helmets for hire if you need these for each session. (£1 per session).

Come to a trial session with us, then decide if you want to join and come to regular sessions. If you would like to talk to a CSP official, please tell us in the form below and we will call you back. This may take a while, as we are all volunteers.

Annual Membership Fees

Child / Youth / Junior Membership Fee:
£5 per year

Adult Membership:
£10 per year

Family Membership Fee:
£20 per year

Fee per session: 

Rookies / Skillz / BMX – £3 per session (Saturday)
Skillz 2/3 – £3 per session (Wednesday early and late)
Skillz 2/3 – £5 for both Wednesday sessions

New Rider Enquiry Form