For the benefit of its members, partners and the general public,
Cycling PEI provides education and leadership that contributes to a
vibrant and healthy cycling experience on Prince Edward Island.
Who Are We?
Cycling PEI is a non-profit, volunteer-directed provincial body for
bicycling. We represent a large range of disciplines including road,
mountain bike, BMX and track in areas of recreation, youth and
competition. Cycling PEI is affiliated with the Union Cycliste
Internationale (UCI) through our partnership with the Canadian
Cycling Association (CCA) and is a member of the Atlantic Cycling
Center in Dieppe.
Cycling PEI will be hosting their Awards Banquet Wednesday, November 13th at the Maplewood Room at the Cody Banks arena at 6:30pm. Please nominate a deserving person at http://cpei.ca/awards/. There are a whole series of ADL, CPEI & Rigid Rider specific awards. There is a potluck supper same as past years. If you are interested in bringing food or drink please e-mail me what you intend to bring so I can coordinate the food.
We are also hosting our AGM prior to the awards at 5:30pm in the same location. If anyone in interested in serving on the board please let me know. We have 1 year director positions and 2 year board positions available.
How can you help?
Cycling PEI is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization. Volunteers plan, organize and often participate in sanctioned road races, mountain bike events, recreational adult rides that range from introductory to strenuous, and children’s training programs. We visit schools, hold technical work shops on how to care for your bicycle, and interact with many levels of government to develop safer cycing opportunities on Prince Edward Island. CPEI exists in a context that includes an international sanctioning body (UCI), a national association, the other provincial cycling associations, and a provincially organized Sport PEI. Being effectively represented within each of these groups requires commitment of seasoned volunteers. Even our most enthusiastic volunteers have limited hours to offer; if CPEI is to maintain its effective level of performance and/or grow, we need help. The good news is that we can accept assistance in many forms, ranging from occasionally showing up to help at events, to taking charge of events. If your heart is with us, but personal constraints preclude offering any time, a financial contribution would be highly appreciated. Please contact our executive director, Mike Connolly, for details at email@example.com. We offer tax receipts for all donations through the Amateur Sport Trust Fund.
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