Cycling BC is proposing some changes to our bylaws in response to membership feedback and to align with organizational best practices. The proposed changes also reflect the modernization of non-profit organizations to meet anticipated changes to BC’s Society Act, the legislation under which Cycling BC is formed.
The proposed changes involve a move to a policy board with traditional board roles and the establishment of board-led standing committees to represent the various disciplines. Additionally, we are also proposing a club-membership model where clubs will become the primary voting members.
These changes will not change our core services, our values, or our commitment to our stakeholders, but they will better support operations and oversight for Cycling BC, further our mission to promote racing through our clubs, and allow us to be more provincially focused.
These changes will allow us to operate more efficiently and more effectively as an organization and allow us to better engage with the entire provincial cycling community.
We invite current Cycling BC members to learn more about the proposed bylaw changes by clicking here, and to attend our 2014 AGM on Oct 5th, where you will have a chance to vote for the proposed bylaw changes.
PROPOSED BYLAW UPDATES