Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting

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Third Mailing

Agenda | Minutes of 2014 AGM | Announcement of Fees and Contributions | Resolutions relating to Articles and Byelaws | Election of Directors and Nominations | Financial Accounts (to March 31st 2015) | Appointment of Independent Accountants | Club Representative Nomination Form | Voting Strengths | Form of Proxy | 2015 Annual Report: Across the Regions

Scottish Cycling is delighted to invite you to the 2015 Scottish Cyclists’ Union Annual General Meeting on Saturday 28th November.

Due to the Revolution Series taking place at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome on 28th November we, in conjunction with Glasgow Life, have taken the decision to move the Annual General Meeting to Tollcross International Swimming Centre, 350 Wellshot Rd, Glasgow G32 7QP, just 5 minutes’ drive from the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

The programme for the day is as follows:

09:00 – 10:00      Tea and Coffee will be available

10:00 – 12:30      Information Session:  Across the Regions

Following feedback from last year’s delegates we have decided to include an optional information session prior to  the formal AGM meeting to showcase some of the great work that is happening locally across our five new Scottish Cycling Regions. This session will also include an update from Gary Coltman, Head of Performance on Scottish Cycling’s performance pathway.

Speakers from the regions will include Colin Allanach, Ythan CC, talking about facility development at Ellon Academy, Norrie Petrie, Stirling Bike Club on the successful Crit under the Castle Event, Lee Craigie, from Petal Power will talk about developing women's cycling in the North of Scotland. Other speakers from the West and South West regions will also be talking about exciting new developments in their regions.

This information session is an open event and will be facilitated by Vicky Strange, Head of Development. We would encourage clubs to support this opportunity by sending members along to take part, share ideas and contribute to the discussion. Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis and due to the capacity of the venue we would advise you to register using the Eventbrite booking system as soon as possible here.

12:30 – 13:30 Light Lunch (for Information Session and AGM delegates)

13:30 Annual General Meeting

Please download the 2015 Annual Report and the following AGM papers by clicking the links below.

Please note all registered voting delegates will be issued with a hard copy of all AGM papers at the registration desk on arrival. 

If you require a paper copy of any of these documents to be issued by post please contact the Company Secretary, Norman Runciman on 0141 554 6021 or email  

Please find attached confirmation of your clubs voting strength for the 2015 Annual General Meeting based on the number of British Cycling members within your club.

In order to vote at the AGM all clubs must complete the attached Nomination of Representative Form and tell us who from your club is attending and return to Company Secretary Norman Runciman alongside any Forms of Proxy by 20th November 2015.

These can be posted to Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Emirates Arena, 1000 London Road, Glasgow G40 3HY or emailed to

If you have any questions regarding the Annual Report or any of the AGM materials we would encourage members to submit written questions regarding any specific matters you may have. This will allow the Board to consider and provide an informed response in advance of the AGM and allow additional time for open debate and discussion on the day. 

Please submit any written questions by the 20th November 2015 to or in writing to the Company Secretary, Norman Runciman at Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Emirates Arena, 1000 London Road, Glasgow G40 3HY.  We will provide individual written feedback and will publish a list of all Questions & Answers on the website and in the AGM packs.

First and Second Mailing Downloads:

First Mailing| Agenda Proposal Form 2015 

Second Mailing | Preliminary Motions | Amendment to Proposal | Number of Votes | Nomination as a Director | Director Role Description