Join Push Bikes

Membership Types

The first year of membership for new members is free (sorry, but this does not apply to lapsed members or renewing members).

We are also offering free membership for volunteers who give up their time to help Push Bikes, for example through writing for our newsletter and website, staffing stalls and doing street campaigning and leading rides (We have not decided on a set level of volunteering needed - the committee are currently deciding this on a case-by-case basis, and will develop wider guidelines over time). If you are interested, please contact us and say what you are interested in doing.

Membership type

Joint membership

Waged membership

Unwaged membership

First year






Membership Benefits

Join and Pay

To join Push Bikes:

  1. Send us your details (link transfers you to our MailChimp page).

  2. Pay the appropriate membership fee using one of the following methods (NB - first year of membership is free):

    • Preferably by bank transfer (Push Bikes, Co-operative Bank, Birmingham Branch, 08-90-01, 50011748 - please give your name and membership number in the reference details, eg PB123SMITH).

    • By credit/debit card through Localgiving. There is a small fee that makes the cost similar to posting a cheque, but you don't have to sign up with Localgiving. Please either use the same email address you use for MailChimp, or contact us so we know how to link the two.

    • By cheque or postal order payable to Push Bikes (post to Push Bikes, 54-57 Allison Street, Birmingham, B5 5TH). Please write your membership number on the back of your cheque. Note that cheques and postal orders require a lot of manual handling and are very slow, so we recommend you contact us so we know to expect your payment ... eventually.

    • Cash, directly to the Membership Secretary, the Treasurer, or the Chair.

  3. If you haven't done so already, please update your MailChimp profile to indicate how you paid.

Electronic payment is preferred; it saves a lot of faffing about collecting the cheque from town, paying it into the bank, and waiting for it to clear. The time required for all this will significantly delay your getting your membership card.