Why log in?
To access member-only pages and so when you register for events, your information is filled in. Some registrations are only open to members.
To update your contact information and mail preferences.
To log in
Click Login (silhouette on upper right) and then enter your username (your email address). If you have forgotten your password or never had one, then click "Forgot password" to create a password for your personal account.
When you log in on your own computer, check "Remember me" so you don't have to log in each time.
Every member has a personal account. You can manage and change your personal settings, email address, email preferences, and other personal information.
If your email address or mailing address changes, you can make the change yourself in your profile.
With two people on your membership, you each have your own account. You might find it easier to both use the primary member's account. You will still need to log in as the other member to change their email address or preferences.
The primary member is called the Bundle Administrator and the other one is a Bundle Member.
If your spouse doesn't have a separate email address, then his or her login is your email address with the addition of "+" and their first initial. For example, if your email is email@example.com, and you share it with your wife Jane Doe, then her login is firstname.lastname@example.org. It won't work as an email address; it's just to log in.
Click View profile and then the Email subscriptions link to control what emails you receive.
- Event announcements controls automated reminders when you have registered for an event.
- Manual email blasts puts you on or off the club mailing list. We use this to send announcements and distribute Beelines.
- Forum subscriptions are specialised mailing lists which will email notifications of entries on the buy/sell/swap, faq and mentoring forum pages.
If you are not logged on you will be prompted to
log in. If the email entered is stored in our contact database, you will proceed to log in and register, otherwise the system will assume you are not a member and you will be prompted to apply for membership.