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Cycling Ireland Commissions AGM

06/10/2014
Cycling Ireland Commissions AGM
The Cycling Ireland AGM just around the corner, taking place in the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone, on Saturday 1st November.  

It is important to note that the final date for motions to be brought up this year is 5pm on Wednesday 24th September. 

If there is something in the rules that you believe should be changed, this is your opportunity to submit your motion through your cycling club. Each club is given votes at the AGM based on the size of the club, and the commissions are given two votes each.

FULL DETAILS ON CYCLING IRELAND AGM HERE

Around the country there will also be the AGMs of the various commissions. Cycling is a great and diverse sport, and there are commissions representing many of the disciplines and groups. These are volunteers who are the experts in the various fields, and the AGM is an opportunity to hear what has happened this year, and be part of guiding where you would like to see your sport going next year. Any Cycling Ireland member can turn up at these meetings, and once you are a current member you can vote on matters. 

Not all the dates for the AGMs have been confirmed yet, below are the details of the ones that are set, and this will be completely populated as information comes in: 

WOMEN'S COMMISSION

The Women's Commission are primarily involved with developing and promoting a road racing scene for women in Ireland. They also are involved with recruitment of riders, and the 

Where: Maldron Hotel, Tallaght, Dublin

When: Saturday 27th September, 11am - 1pm.

TRACK COMMISSION

The Track Commission is responsible for the development and running of the sport of track racing in Ireland. They are also the event organisers for the prestigious UCI accredited International GP in Sundrive Velodrome. 

Where: Sundrive Pavillion, Eamonn Ceannt Park, Sundrive, Dublin
When: Tuesday 14th October, 7pm.

PARACYCLING COMMISSION

The Paracycling Commission is responsible for the promotion and development of Paracycling in Ireland, from Grassroots to International. 

Where: Harry's of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath
When: Wednesday 1st October, 8.30pm.


CYCLING LEINSTER
Cycling Leinster is the provincial body looking after cycling in Leinster. 

Where: West County Hotel, Dublin 20
When: Wednesday 1st October, 8pm

CYCLING MUNSTER
Cycling Munster is the provincial body looking after cycling in Munster.

Where: Charleville Park Hotel, Co. Cork
When: Tuesday 7th October, 7.30pm

CYCLING ULSTER
Cycling Ulster is the provincial body looking after cycling in Ulster. 

Where: Quinn's Corner, Ballygawley
When: Saturday 22nd November, 12 noon.


CYCLING CONNACHT
Cycling Connacht is the provincial body looking after cycling in Connacht. 

Where: Dalton Inn Hotel, Claremorris
When: Monday 3rd November, 8pm

OFFROAD COMMISSION

The Offroad Commission is responsible for the very healthy and growing mountain scene in Ireland, working with riders across all MTB disciplines like cyclocross, cross country, and downhill mountain biking.

Where: TBC
When: TBC

BMX COMMISSION

The BMX Commission is Cycling Ireland's newest commission, responsible for the development and running of the discipline of BMX racing in Ireland. Note all proposed motions must be emailed to the CI BMX Commission Secretary, Alison Murphy, at alison@bmxireland.ie by October 14th


Where: Red Cow Hotel, Dublin
When: Tuesday 28th October, 7.30pm

ROAD COMMISSION

The Road Commission is responsible for the men's road racing scene in Ireland.

Where: TBC
When: TBC

YOUTH COMMISSION

The Youth Commission is responsible for the youth racing scene in Ireland

Where: TBC
When: TBC


LEISURE COMMISSION

The Leisure Commission is currently disbanded, but if anyone is interested in driving this Commission please register your interest in the contact us section. 




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