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  • 17 May 2011 9:47 PM | Anonymous
    Follow the attached link to the opening statement that I presented at the meeting this weekend.  It outlines our various action plans, and also covers the items we need if you choose to submit your application for any one of the available roles with the LBC.

    They include:
    VP of Touring
    OKHT Director
    Nine additional members of the formalized Touring Committee

    You have until the end of May to send us your information as described, which should include your vision for the role and what you bring to the role itself.  The ExCom will review these in early June, and will announce our decisions at that time.

    Opening Statement copy.pdf
  • 14 May 2011 9:49 AM | David 'PaCkMaN' Ryan (Administrator)

    The Treasurer's annual report for 2010 may be accessed from the member's forum.

    Note: The report was received for the May/June newsletter but inadvertently omitted.  I apologize for the oversight.

  • 12 May 2011 9:26 AM | Anonymous
    The general membership meeting scheduled for Sunday, May 15th, has been moved.  The meeting will now be held at the Clifton Center, 2117 Payne St.  The time of the meeting has been changed to 5 PM.

    In the absence of a club president, Mark Luking will chair the meeting.

    Additionally, the executive committee passed the following motion
    concerning the meeting:

    Resolved that, the general membership meeting on May 15th will be held
    pursuant to Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised 10th edition in all
    cases where it does not conflict with the club by-laws.  In addition,
    the following special rules of order will be observed.

    1.  In the event motions are offered, memberships shall be checked
    against the current club roster.  The meeting will be closed to
    non-members.  Photo identification will be required from anyone not
    personally known to the Secretary.
    2.  Members shall have two minutes per speech in debate.
    3.  The chair will require all main motions to be presented in
    writing, per his authority in Robert's.
    4.  In the event of a motion to remove a club officer, the officer
    will have the right to speak last for ten minutes.
    5.  Individual members will have one vote.  Family members will have
    one vote per adult member of the household.  Members must be present
    to vote, except David Ryan who may vote by phone.
    6.  If order and decorum can not be maintained, the chairman will ask
    offending members to leave the meeting.  If the behavior continues, 
    the chairman may, at his discretion, adjourn the meeting.
  • 29 Apr 2011 2:05 PM | Anonymous
    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Please contact Tom Armstrong at the address within if you can be available at the listed dates and times.

    Click here for more information.
  • 28 Jan 2011 1:53 PM | Anonymous

    As announced at the Louisville Bicycle Club Banquet Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011, the club has begun tracking commuter activity of our members. As a club, we probably do more commuting by bicycle than you think. Any time you use your bicycle for a trip that you would otherwise use an automobile, you are a bicycle commuter. If you ride your bicycle to the bike shop for supplies, that's a commute. Ride to the grocery for a couple of boxes of Teddy GrahamsTM and a box of Cocoa PuffsTM? That's a commute. If you ride your bicycle to and from a club ride, that is a commute. One thing to keep in mind -


    The webpage we're using for this activity is My Cycling Log:

    The name of our group is Louisville Bicycle Club. To join, you have to register and click the join button. There is no charge to use My Cycling Log and there will be no club awards for this program. All commuting activity will be reported by the riders themselves. When you enter a ride, click the Tags "commute" and "CO2". By clicking on these tags, your ride will be added to the LBC total. The website calculates how much money has been saved in gasoline by commuting by bicycle and how much C02 we haven't put into the atmosphere. There is a box to the right side of the page that you can use to personalize each entry, where you went, what you did etc.

    Every commuting mile counts. The 2 mile round trip to the store is just as important as the 20 mile daily trip to and from work. We hope you consider logging your bicycle commuting activity with our group. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to drop me a note at

    Life is good

    TM Trademarks property of respective trademark holders and not LBC.

  • 01 Jan 2011 2:12 PM | Anonymous
    Randonneurs Mondiaux Brevet Series
    Local Info & Registration (PDFPDF document format)
    Next LBC Brevets: 200K FEB 19, 300K MAR 5, 400K APR 2,
    600K APR 30 (PBP is in August)
  • 31 Dec 2010 2:12 PM | Anonymous
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