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Beeston Road Club AGM

Thursday 5th March 2024 – Metro Café, Beeston. Minutes

Apologies were received from Mick Hart and Shereen Khan.

Chairman’s Introduction

Mick Hart was unable to attend as he was in hospital so Gary Clegg chaired the meeting.

Mick had previously stated that he is willing to continue in the role of club Chairman, a position he has held for 28 years.

Secretary’s Report

Gary thanked Sue Kudryk for the use of the Metro Café for the AGM.

Gary presented the secretary’s report outlining club activities and events, details of which are as follows:

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Sunday Run Meeting Point

From now on Sunday Runs will start at Beeston Square 9:00am unless otherwise stated.

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Club AGM

The club AGM will be held at The Metro Cafe Beeston at 7:30 on Tuesday the 5th March.


  1. Chairman's Introduction and Review minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting                       Mick Hart
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Josh Kite wins second place in Mallory League

Chapeau to Joshua Kite who picked up the award for second place in the U12s Mallory League 2023 after a fantastic summer of racing. 

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Club Activity

Welcome to Beeston Road Club

Beeston Road Club is a cycling club that caters for all riders. Formed on VE day at Wollaton Park in 1945, we’ve helped hundreds of local cyclists enjoy cycling at all levels, including Olympic and Commonwealth success.

The club has since enjoyed a rich history, both developing as a social club and producing racing champions and in 2020, the club celebrated its 75th year.

Our members today enjoy road riding, the velodrome, cyclo cross, time-trialling, circuit racing and off-road rides. There’s something for everyone.

We have riders aged 7 to 75+ and have fully qualified coaches and ride leaders. Our British Cycling accredited Go Ride Club has young riders from 7-17 and offers coaching and regular weekly sessions.

Our ride leaders offer regular rides for beginners and we also run rides as part of the British Cycling Breeze programme which is aimed at getting more women into riding.

At the other end of the spectrum, our adult riders take part in a full programme of rides and events throughout the year, from the sociable Wednesday evening pootle to the regular Sunday café ride.

If you want to find out more, drop us an email, take a look at our club Facebook page or just come to one of our rides!