AusCycling is pleased to announce the inaugural members of the State Advisory Councils.
The State Advisory Council (SAC) in the next 12 months will support the AusCycling Board and Management in the delivery of AusCycling’s strategic and operational plan in the local community.
The initial term provides an opportunity for Board, Management and State Advisory Council Members to better understand the operations of the Council in practice.
In congratulating and acknowledging the inaugural State Advisory Councils member, AusCycling Chair, Duncan Murray said he was pleased to have the calibre of people put their hand up to support AusCycling.
“We’re working hard to transition 17 entities and three disciplines into one high performing AusCycling team and the Councils will play a critical role in supporting not only the transition, but the future direction of this great sport.”
As well as looking to maintain strong relationships with and represent the views of local stakeholders, the SAC will continue to advocate and promote AusCycling events and programs in their communities.
Council members will attend upcoming information sessions that include a number of key programs such as:
Member and club development;
Ride Nation/participation strategies.
Each State Advisory Council, can have a maximum of nine and a minimum of five members representing the disciplines of BMX, MTB and the Road and Track communities.
State Advisory Council Chairs will be confirmed in the coming weeks, who on appointment, will sit on the National Advisory Council.
NEW SOUTH WALES SAC
Jon M Leighton
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY SAC
SOUTH AUSTRALIA SAC
NORTHERN TERRITORY SAC
WESTERN AUSTRALIA SAC
AusCycling was established in November 2020 after a unification of three disciplines (BMX, MTB, Road & Track) and 17 separate legal entities.