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Did you know that between 2006 and 2016, there has been an increase in the number of killed or seriously injured (KSI) cyclists in Great Britain?

Wearing a comprehensive cycling ID bracelet while out on the road or mountain bike tracks makes a lot of sense these days. The roads in the UK are not the safest place for a cyclist to be. Competing for space on the roads and making sure you’re visible to large motor vehicles like lorries and buses is a constant factor of cycling in public. No matter if you’re using a bike to get to work or if you’re a sporting cyclist, there’s an ever-present danger of being involved in an accident while you’re out and about

Why wear a Cycling ID?

If you, your child or your loved one is diabetic, or suffers from peanut allergy, autism or epilepsy, then wearing some form of medical alert ID is vitally important. Imagine you collapse due to any medical issues and in turn suffer a serious injury while out cycling. Attending paramedics or doctors will need to prescribe the right medication or treatment ASAP.

Even if you don't have any medical issues or allergies, if you're involved in an accident, wouldn't it be comforting to know that your loved ones could be contacted immediately? You would want them to be at your side as quickly as possible and they would want to ensure that you receive proper medical treatment. Simply by wearing our handy cycling wristband and accessories, you can ensure that you get the help you need as quickly as possible.

The Cycling ID range from ICE ID contains critical information that attending medical professionals need to know if they are to attend to you effectively during an accident. It could be something as simple as a nut allergy or more serious, such as diabetes or a major allergy to an antibiotic. This information, and more, is conveniently accessible to the doctor on your ICE ID wristband.

What does the Cycling ID do?

Our range of ID tags for cyclists speak for you when you’re unable to, giving medical staff the vital information they need to give you the best possible care in the fastest possible time. Each Cycling ID tag can include up to six lines of information, including:

You wouldn’t risk cycling without a helmet, so why risk cycling without an ICE Cycling ID bracelet?

  • Full name
  • Town/ Postcode
  • NHS Number
  • 2 emergency numbers
  • Medical insurance number
  • Blood type
  • Any known allergies or conditions (e.g. having diabetes or an allergy to certain antibiotics)

When you’re unable to communicate to an attending paramedic or doctor, wearing a Cycling ID bracelet really could mean the difference between life and death, especially if you have any serious medical conditions or could be adversely affected by certain medicines due to a critical allergy.

You wouldn’t risk cycling without a helmet, so why risk cycling without an ICE Cycling ID bracelet?

Cycle smart, cycle with ICE ID.

You can see our full range of SPORTS ID bracelets here.

For further information on bicycle traffic safety, check out:

You wouldn’t risk cycling without a helmet, so why risk cycling without an ICE Cycling ID bracelet?

  • Bicycle Traffic Safety - How to ride in traffic, avoid accidents, cope with fear, use assertiveness, interpret the traffic code

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