NOMINATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: The deadline for entries to the club of the year award has been extended to September 24
Once again we're looking for the best cycling club in Britain. If you think your club has what it takes to win the 2021 award now is your chance to tell us why.
To earn the crown of Cycling Weekly's club of the year at this year's CW Awards, you’ll need to demonstrate how your club goes the extra mile. Not just for the members, but in attracting new members and for the local community.
This award won’t go to the most successful club in terms of churning out winners, but to the club that runs events for their members and the wider cycling community with open events that support cycling scene (both racing and riding) in their area.
We’ll be looking for examples of how a club has connected its members, been a part of their community and improved the cycling scene in their area.
Although big, thriving clubs are undoubtedly doing something right, it’s not just about having lots of members, but having a diverse membership and providing support and opportunities for everyone.
Our Club of the Year Sponsor – Santini Custom – has put together the following prize package for the winner:
Pro Tour Team experience for 15 team riders including:
- Eco Sleek Race jersey and Chrome endurance Bib shorts as worn by Santini’s World Tour Teams for 15 members
- Unique FOC Design with Santini head designer
- Team Featured in Santini social media
- 10% discount on all future club kit orders for 6months
You have until September 24 to nominate your club. Winners will be announced at the end of the year.
NB: We’re looking for one entry per club. If you want to nominate your club please get together with your clubmates and discuss the entry. We’ll put forward a club on the strength of just one nomination, rather than the number of nominations they receive.
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