If you want to make it very slightly formal (ie with a chairman, secretay etc) let me know and I can give you a copy of our old consitution which is very basic but covers everything you need.Iainj837 said:A touring group mainly, nothing to heavy.
G0ing for weekend rides and during the week.
Thanks for the replies
great site, toekneep. I may pillage the highlights mercilessly.toekneep said:
Yes we are aware of that. I really don't understand British Cycling's attitude at all. They let us get within a whisker of getting shirts printed before they mentioned the sponsorship 'tax'.gavintc said:A minor comment, but I was a member of a new club that formed from a group of mates that wanted to ride together. We had shirts printed and succeeded in getting some sponsorship from local shops etc. Jump forward 2 years and a couple of the members wanted to enter a 4th Cat race. We then found that our shirts were not BC compliant. If you have sponsorship on a race shirt, you have to pay a significant cost per year to BC simply to allow the sponsorship to remain on the shirt. The result, we dropped the local sponsorship and had new shirts printed that only displayed the club name. We protested to BC, that this ruling was killing grass roots level development of a new fledgling club. We relied upon the local sponsorship for our funding and it made the local bike shop happy to have his name displayed on our rides.
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