Welcome to the home of Cycling Geelong, a recreational cycling club established for cyclists of all abilities from beginners to experienced.
Our mission is for supportive, cooperative companionship and enjoyment of the Geelong region’s great cycling assets.
We welcome new members. Please click the Membership tab to complete a membership form.
Read a message from our President here.
MEMBERS – CYCLING GEELONG ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE NOW DUE
All subscriptions for 2020-21 are fell due on July 1st. A renewal form is available here. Please return the form to Tina (Membership Secretary).
We ask all riding members to provide a default emergency contact name and contact when they renew. (You’ll be able to change this for a particular ride if there is any change on the day.)
COVID-19 UPDATE – We’re riding as a club again.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CYCLING GEELONG RIDES RESUME from Thursday, 17th September.
Covid-19 update 17/09/20 – Group Activities– From midnight 16/09/20, group activities OUTSIDE are permitted, with a limit of 10 in each group. Cycling Geelong rides will resume, starting with usual ride to Drysdale via the Bellarine Rail Trail on 17/09/20.
If there are more than ten people riding, split numbers into two or more groups of 10 or less with a designated leader for each group. .
Cyclists are permitted to ride without a face mask. However, if you are riding, please have a face covering available and use it if you are stopped in public areas.
Club dinners and other inside social gatherings are also suspended till further notice.
Our regular cafes, Barwon Edge and Cafe Zoo are both still open. Please be guided by cafe rules as to seating and group sized.
When riding with others, Cycling Australia recommends that common sense prevails.
- Ride as least 1.5m apart
- When stopped maintain distance from others
- If stopping for refreshments keep equipment etc. off tables etc.
We’ll keep you updated as new information comes to hand.
TRY CYCLING – EVERYONE WELCOME
Happy safe riding – Cycling Geelong
SOCIAL EVENTS AND CLUB MEETINGS
Cycling Geelong holds bi-monthly dinner meetings, and occasional other functions. The Annual General Meeting is held in July each year.
NEXT DINNER MEETING
Due to Covid-19, the AGM of Cycling Geelong has been postponed until gatherings of at least 20 are permitted. You will be informed by both email and this website, when the new date for the Annual General Meeting is scheduled.
Club members please consider becoming a member of your Cycling Geelong Committee. All positions become vacant at the AGM. Nomination forms are available to download here.
The ordinary business of the annual general meeting is as follows—
(a) to confirm the minutes of the previous annual general meeting and of any special general meeting held since then;
(b) to receive and consider—
(i) the annual report of the Committee on the activities of the Association during the preceding financial year; and
(ii) the financial statements of the Association for the preceding financial year submitted by the Committee in accordance with Part 7 of the Act;
(c) to elect the members of the Committee;
(d) to confirm or vary the amounts (if any) of the annual subscription and joining fee.
(5) The annual general meeting may also conduct any other business of which notice has been given in accordance with the Rules. (Items for general business to be submitted to the secretary in writing at least seven days before the meeting.)
There will be a short informal discussion/meeting after the AGM, for anything that isn’t listed in the formal meeting to be discussed. (To date, 16/09/20, there is item listed in ‘Other Business’ for the AGM itself. If you have an item of general business, please send it to our secretary, Dave, ASAP so it can be circulated to all members prior to the meeting.)
Thanks to Stephanie and Geoff who continue to do a sterling job of organising our club social evenings.
CYCLING GEELONG is a proud partner of CYCLING WITHOUT AGE GEELONG
Cycling Without Age is a world-wide organisation bringing the pleasures of cycling to the aged, infirm, and those who, for any reason, cannot enjoy the experience of cycling without support.