Date: Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Howdy folks,
A reminder that today is the early bird cut off for the King House Removals Race Series entries (this includes payments as well as entries please). From tomorrow entries and payments go from $80 to $100
Register online here now and check out the two race series rounds and the rules. The first race night is this Friday 26 July from 6pm sharp so get there early and make sure you have warmed up.

2019 AGM INFORMATION
The 2019 Cycling Southland Annual General Meeting is to be held on Wednesday 31st July, in the Champions Lounge at the SIT Zero Fees Velodrome at 7pm.
It is important to note that if you intend to hold a proxy vote or vote at the AGM next week that you are a current member of the club/centre. If you are unsure and wish to double-check your membership status to make sure – please contact me at office@cyclingsouth.org.nz as it will be too late to clarify on the night of the AGM.

Please find links to AGM papers below

AGM Papers Downloads

2019 Agenda

2019 Annual Report with financials

2018 AGM Minutes

Proxy Forms
No person can hold more than two proxies at the AGM. Also the person exercising the proxy must also be eligible to vote at the AGM. They must be provided to the General Manager prior to the start of the meeting.
Download the 2019 Proxy Form

Please contact Nicola Wills at Cycling Southland with any queries. nicola.wills@cyclingsouth.org.nz
RSVP to Cycling Southland Office. office@cyclngsouth.org.nz

Track Sessions
A reminder that Under 19/Elite session restarts tonight at 6pm, followed by a two hour endurance squad session from 7-9pm.
All sessions are attendance via concession card or $8 per hour

A reminder also that if you are at the wet weather rec ride on Sundays at the track – 11am-1pm - and are the last to leave and there is cash in the folder – please slide the folder under the office door or leave on the workshop work bench in the lock up or the cash will disappear  – thank you!

Club Meetings
View the club meeting minutes from Wednesday 26 June 2019

Road Racing
Well done to all the hardy souls who braved the road race for the Radcliffe Electrical Thornbury Circuit last Saturday – all the grades finishes are available to view on the Road Racing Facebook page – thank you to our sponsor Radcliffes.
This Saturday is the Quest Apartment Hotel Central Pirates to Winton Handicap. View the updated race calendar

Assembly: Central Pirates Rugby Ground

A, B & C - 1 lap 53km
D & E Grades: 1 Lap - starting at Hedgehope Fire Station

Race Manager: Waine Harding
Marshalls: Keast Family x 2, Sam Miller
Registrationhttps://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=181388

https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/942704797|

Architecture Unlimited Track Challenge Surveys

Below are the links for the Survey Monkey for the Architecture Unlimited Track Challenge. There are two links - one for participants from this year and one for anyone/previous competitor etc.

Both surveys offer the chance to win a double pass to a session of your choice for the Oceania Track Championships, in October.

These surveys will be open until 5pm on Wednesday 7 August, so jump online and submit your feedback and be in with a chance to win!

Participant feedback survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019TrackChallenge_participantfeedback

Former and non-participant feedback surveyhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019TrackChallenge

Track National Series Rider Finalisation
Any riders wishing to attend the final round of the Track National Series, in Cambridge, from 13 to 15 September, needs to contact Sid to confirm their entry before this Friday please. Sid.cumming@cyclingnewzealand.nz  or 027 241 7443

Finally, go hard Tom “Scud” ILT Elite Sportsman of the Year Scully, as he powers through the Tour de France for his second consecutive year with his professional team EF Education First Pro Cycling – he is hugely appreciated by his team and a star in his own right but, more importantly, a fantastic team player who is very highly regarded and respected by all who know him. Check out the latest update – it is inspiring stuff https://www.facebook.com/tom.scully.549

Also big congrats to Hayden Strong for an epic sprint and nice wheelie into the finish line to win in the South Chicago Kermesse pro men’s race in the Intelligentsia Cup at Lake Ellyn on Sunday – Great to see Hamish Beadle coming in fourth as well!

Finally, welcome home Corbin Strong from a massive seven month stint in 11 countries Enjoy the fleeting three week break with family and friends Corbin!

So that’s it from me for another week – take care out there and get those King Race Series entries in pronto!

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