This is the second notification of Cycling Ireland Off-road Commission Annual General Meeting (AGM). This meeting will take place on Saturday 21 January 2017 – Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport. Meet at 11:30 with start time at 12:00.
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UPDATED: IMPORTANT NOTICE: Nominations and Motions for this years Offroad AGM
Thank you all very much for your Nominations and Motions for this years AGM of the Offroad Commission. We hope the clearer structure of the Commission going forward will prove useful for developing the sport and supporting riders into the future.
Continue reading UPDATED: IMPORTANT NOTICE: Motions for this Years AGM
IMPORTANT NOTICE: This years Offroad AGM will be held on the 25th of October (venue TBC but close to Dublin)
The deadline for motions is Monday the 20th and Wednesday the 22nd for nominations. We are accepting nominations for the position of the Chairman, Treasurer, CX and DH coordinator and regional development officers for all 4 provinces.
The Offroad Commission
The 2012 Offroad Commission AGM takes place on Saturday October 6th at Taylors Three Rock, Rathfarnham, Dublin. The schedule for the day is as follows:
- Morning – Casual spin around Three Rock
- 2pm – soup and sandwiches for hungry bikers
- 3pm – Offroad Commission AGM
- 4:30pm – 2012 prize-giving ceremony
You’ll find the full agenda here, including Commission nominations and motions.
Motions are now being accepted for the 2011 Offroad AGM, any Cycling Ireland members wishing to submit a motion for the upcoming Offroad AGM must do so by email.
Please submit your motions via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “2011 Offroad AGM motion”
The date of the Offroad AGM is Saturday 8th October, further details & location will be announced in due course.
Motions must be received by the Offroad Commission by Saturday 1st October at 1:00pm, any motions received after this date/time will not be accepted.
Submitting a motion to the AGM is your opportunity to influence how offroad cycling in Ireland is administered.
Any successful motions relating to changes to Technical Regulations or formal Operating Procedures of Cycling Ireland have to be approved by the Board of Cycling Ireland.
You MUST include your Cycling Ireland licence number and your full name.
Here is an example of a motion:
” I <Joe Bloggs> CI Licence number: <11OV123> propose that the XC National points series be the premier XC series each year and that all other proposed series be outside the NPS season”