The Tricycle Association was formed in 1928; and over the intervening decades it has developed to become a national organisation that caters for most tricyclists. Nationally the Association is organised and run by an Executive Committee. Activities are also organised regionally. There are seven Regions of the Association in the U.K., and members elect to join one of these. Each Region has a small committee that organises a social and racing programme. There are also a growing number of overseas members. Throughout the year social runs are held, often in conjunction with racing events. Throughout the season members can accrue points in the Time Trial League and Criterium League.The Tricycle Association Gazette is published quarterly: free to members, it serves to keep everyone informed of National and Regional activities, besides providing interesting reading on tricycles and tricycling, and an opportunity for members to exchange views. Tricyclists form a unique community within the cycling world – a group of friends with a keen interest in the past, present and future of the tricycle and tricycle riding.
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Tucann shuts down over Christmas, and the copy date should give time for the work to be completed and the Gazettes distributed early in January. Articles and photographs, as well as the usual reports, are[...]
Monthly Mid Week Meetings Meeting time for all venues is 12:30, where necessary tables will be booked in the name of the Tricycle Association Venue: Nov 17th Henley ‘Ice Cream Shop’ P.C B95 5BS Tel:[...]
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