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Cycling BC is hiring a new Executive Director

Cycling BC is hiring a new Executive Director, to continue to build on the successes of the organization under the leadership of Richard Wooles, the current Executive Director.

Richard Wooles, a former Olympic coach, has elected to refocus his energies on sport body relations, athlete, youth, and coach development.

The Board is pleased with the progress Cycling BC has made under Wooles’ leadership in the past few years. During his tenure, Richard has restored the financial stability of the organization, built a funding base through donors & sponsors, launched the youth iRide program and increased membership numbers, among other accomplishments.

The Board is now in the process of implementing a leadership succession plan to further enhance services to its members and develop new initiatives. The Executive Director will be required to provide strategic direction and be responsible for the general oversight of the day to day business operation of Cycling BC by growing the resource base, expanding member services, guiding the team in delivering high caliber events and developing Cycling BC’s business, communications and marketing plans. It is expected that the new Executive Director will be a proven team leader, consensus builder and will bring a history of leading successful projects to completion.

Details for the position of Executive Director are available here.

For more information please contact

Brett Boniface, or Richard Wooles,

Please submit your application to:

Diana Hardie – Director of Finance, Cycling BC

201-210 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, V5Y 3W2



About Cycling BC

Cycling BC is the provincial governing body for the sport of cycling in British Columbia and represent the full range of disciplines including Road, Track, Cyclo-cross, Mountain Biking, BMX and Para-cycling. Cycling BC is a not-for-profit association registered under the BC Societies Act and affiliated with the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) through our membership in Cycling Canada. For more information about Cycling BC, visit