Just a quick update before next week's AGM:
- AGM this Tuesday;
- Bikes for sale;
- Riflebutts Reserve Working Bees postponed;
- Mountain Bike Worlds;
- More on disc-brake road bikes; and
- A new ride from Canberra to Koszi.
AGM this coming Tuesday
Just a reminder that the MMBCC Annual General Meeting is being held at the Delatite Hotel this coming Tuesday at 7pm (dinner and drinks beforehand from 6pm.)
Please come along and have your say. All executive positions are up for grabs and we also needs volunteers for sub-committees for road, mountain biking, BMX and social rides.
Bikes for sale
Riflebutts Working Bees postponed
Last Sunday's working bee had to be postponed due to the dreadful weather and the next scheduled one (we've just found out) is Father's Day. So two new dates will be announced soon.
MTB Worlds next month
One of the great cycling events of the year, the UCI mountain bike World Championships will be held in Cairns next month.
Click here to find out more.
And click here to book tickets if you're heading for FNQ.
And please have a look at Kian's fundraising page to help him get there too!
Confirmation that disc-brake road bikes are now legal
After the press release we quoted last newsletter, here is the link to the Cycling Australia website confirming the new regulations.
A new organisation called as ‘Ride4Rescue’ is running a charity mountain bike event known as ‘Capital2Koszi’.
They raise money for 2 charities; RestoreOne Cambodia and ADRA Blossom Vanuatu - funds raised go to support wages for teachers in rural Cambodia and provide sex education to girls in Vanuatu so they can make better choices.
The first event happened in March this year and was so successful it'll be an annual event. They have spots for only 30 riders with just 11 spots left for next years ride (26th Feb - 4th March 2018)
It begins at the steps of Parliament House in Canberra and rides through the beautiful snowy mountains to finish on the top of Mt Kosziosko five days later.
To find out more about them, their ride and the charities they raise money for go their website.