Risk Management Plan
Cycling can be a dangerous activity. The Full Throttle Cycling Club has developed this Risk Management Plan to document how Full Throttle Cycling Club rides are to be managed to reduce risks associated with cycling activities. You can read the Risk Management Plan by clicking on the link below
The best rides are the ones where people have fun and where riders feel safe. It’s even more imperative that safe riding habits are adhered to when you ride in a group. To view the Club’s Ride Guidelines click on the link below.
Full Throttle Cycling Club is a volunteer based, unincorporated not for profit cycling club. The Club operates with a set of by-laws that explain how the club is run. You can read the club’s by-laws by clicking on the link below.
When you register with Full Throttle Cycling Club, you accept and agree to our Policies and Procedures. You can read the Club’s Membership policy by clicking on the link below.
Full Throttle Cycling Club understands that a wide range of positions in many Sports Organizations are staffed by volunteers from the communities in which they live, work and play. In order to provide a safe sporting environment, screening has become a common practice among many sports organizations. You can read the Clubs Screening policy by clicking on the link below.
Concussion Guidelines & Return to Compete Policy
Full Throttle Cycling Club takes head injuries seriously and will implement reasonable practices to ensure head traumas are addressed properly. You can read the Club’s policy by clicking on the link below.
Code of Conduct and Ethics
Full Throttle Cycling Club expects all it’s members to practice good sportsmanship and conduct themselves in a respectable manner at all cycling and non-cycling events where they are representing the Club. You can read the Club’s policy by clicking on the link below.
Discipline and Complaint Policy
Full Throttle Cycling Club expects all it’s members to comply with the Club’s policies and guidelines. You can read the Club policy by clicking on the link below.