Have you all seen this?
Not sure what to do about this. If nobody else fancies it, I think I could do the role, or at least most of it, but I think I would appreciate a strong deputy.
Let's look at the minimum activity levels:
Typical minimum activities level required from each AEC and Deputy:
1. Regular local ride organisation and activities - 3 per year initially (can be more of course) - coordinated with/through myself.
2. Active recruiting new riders/forum participants through your area LBSs and other local cycling clubs - there will be a prize for the area that grows the most in 2010... An official RB poster will be made available to AECs.
3. Each Area to ride/support with at least one other official or calendarised Area event during the year.
4. There will be 'National' Retrobike status events in the RB calendar for 2010 ie. MM 10/OWMTBC 2010/Peaks Ride/Turkey Twizzler/2010 Scottish event - these events to take precedence and not clash with other local rides (where possible). Each Area group to try to attend/support one of the 2010 national events.
5. Inter area banter and activity of pretty much any level is to be encouraged eg. Bike Show away days/accommodation/Xmas dinners/Quiz nights etc.
OK - I can do No.1, shouldn't be a problem - we did Chatsworth, numerous Ticknall, Sherwood Pines. Peaks, Long Mynd, Hanforth Woods is an option. Plenty of scope there.
No.2 - I don't go to my LBS and am not in any club (never have been and never will be). This could be tricky as how else will be get more numbers outside of the forum?
No.3 - OK, we went to Dirty Big Weekender and helped out there. Can't see a problem with NE or NW meets.
No. 4 - OK can do one or two of those.
No.5 what's the pub for?!
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