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2016 Club Kit Design Requirements

20/01/2016
2016 Club Kit Design Requirements
Dear Club Officials,

To make sure that all clubs are adhering to the rules regarding official jerseys and club gear we are looking to update our club jersey records in time for the start of the new racing season.

Can you please submit a graphic or a jpeg of your current team kit that our commissaires and officials can then use as a reference guide.

Club members taking part in any competitive event shall only be allowed compete if wearing the clubs registered jersey. Any requests for alternative kits to be worn in Cycling Ireland affiliated events must be submitted to the Board of Cycling Ireland for prior approval, this applies to all clubs whether Road or Off-Road.

Any club member taking part in a competitive event is required to adhere to the following as part of Cycling Ireland's technical rules.

CHAPTER T5 - ARTICLE 2 - COSTUMES AND IDENTIFICATION
3. Riders belonging to a Cycling Ireland affiliated club must when competing in an open race, authorised by Cycling Ireland and organised under Cycling Ireland rules, wear the registered clothing of their affiliated club. In races where a one piece suit is normally worn and a club one piece suit is not available then the rider, with the commissaires agreement, may wear a plain one piece suit.


As regards a plain one piece suit, the only form of advertising permitted thereon is the manufacturers logo which must be contained within an area of 25 square cms.

All jerseys should be submitted through contactus@cyclingireland.ie

Regards,

The Cycling Ireland Team
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