• Con­sider the well-being and safety of par­tic­i­pants before the devel­op­ment of performance.
  • Develop an appro­pri­ate work­ing rela­tion­ship with par­tic­i­pants, based on mutual trust and respect.
  • Make sure all activ­i­ties are appro­pri­ate to the age, abil­ity and expe­ri­ence of those tak­ing part.
  • Pro­mote the pos­i­tive aspects of the sport (e.g. fair play).
  • Dis­play con­sis­tently high stan­dards of behav­iour and appearance.
  • Fol­low all guide­lines laid down by the national gov­ern­ing body (British Cycling) and the club.
  • Hold appro­pri­ate valid qual­i­fi­ca­tions and insur­ance cover.
  • Never exert undue influ­ence over per­form­ers to obtain per­sonal ben­e­fit or reward.
  • Never con­done rule vio­la­tions, rough play or the use of pro­hib­ited substances.
  • Encour­age par­tic­i­pants to value their per­for­mances and not just results.
  • Encour­age and guide par­tic­i­pants to accept respon­si­bil­ity for their own per­for­mance and behaviour.