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Some of them race, some of them don't, they all give their time and effort for free and are constantly striving to provide a better experience for everyone. Please support your league in any way you can, without it's volunteers it wouldn't happen. Please feel free to get involved and add your support. All meetings are open and we welcome new input and participation.

Current league organisation positions are listed below, please use the contact form to get in touch and your query will be directed to the relevant person.

Chairman: Chris Mabey

Vice-Chairman: Chris Mabey

Treasurer: Roy Wyle-Smith

Secretary: Mark Deakin

Commissaire Coordinator: Gary Andrews 

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Commissaire is the generic term for an official in competitive cycling, approximately equivalent to umpires or referees in other sports.  The vast majority of cycling events require two or more commissaires to fulfil a variety of roles, including supervising pre-and post-race formalities, briefing riders and race officials, checking the compliance of equipment, monitoring compliance with the rules and maintaining safety during racing, resolving disputes and judging results.  Sitting as a panel they serve as a "race jury" chaired by the Chief Commissaire to resolve contentious decisions, although this term is now deprecated.  The Chief Commissaire or President of the Commissaires' Panel is the holder of ultimate authority over the event. 

Commissaires' administrative duties include checking riders' eligibility to compete and filing results and reports on race organisation, incidents and penalties.