2006 elections to get underway

2006 USA Cycling Election Information

The 2006 election process is about to get underway. Information concerning elections can be found here on the USA Cycling website. Nomination notices are posted and must be returned to USA Cycling by June 1st. The following positions are up for re-election:

USCF – 1 Eastern Trustee, 1 Central Trustee, 1 Western Trustee
NORBA – 1 Organizer Trustee, 1 Industry Trustee
NCCA – 2 At-Large Trustees and 1 Athlete Trustee
USPRO -- 1 Organizer Trustee, 1 Trade Team Trustee, and 1 At-Large Trustee

The elections will take place online this year through your USAC account. Be sure to vote online, starting August 15th. If you want to use a paper ballot instead, you may request one by writing or calling USA Cycling.

Shawn Farrell
Technical Director, USA Cycling
1 Olympic Plaza
Colorado Springs, CO
80909
sfarrell@usacycling.org
719-866-3364
NOMINATION FORMS must arrive by 4:30 PM MDT, June 1st, 2006

Qualifications for Trustees are governed by the Associations. For the open positions, the following qualifications apply. Click on you organization's name below (NORBA, NCCA, USPRO, USCF) for the nomination form:

NORBA
The Organizer Trustee shall have organized at least one Category A or B NORBA-sanctioned race in the current or preceding 5 years.
The Industry Trustee shall be registered with NORBA as an Industry Associate.
One Trustee shall be elected from each Section.

NCCA
No specific qualifications for non-athlete trustees. The Athlete Trustee must have finished in the top 50% of the National Championship Omnium in the last two years.

USPRO
The Organizer Trustee must have organized a UCI calendar road event in the preceding 12 months. The Trade Team Trustee must be a current manager of a UCI team. There are no specific qualifications for the At-Large Trustee.


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