The Rotary Fellowship Cycling to Serve is governed by a Board.
The Board appoints the National Representatives, who administer the membership, collect fees and help to organise regional cycling events.


Jean Luc Berger, president

James Morrison, vice-president USA/Canada

Jaap Nagtegaal, treasurer

Wolfgang Schultz, secretary and membership administrator

Meinhard Huber, member

National Representatives

Michael Jobe, Australia

Meinhard Huber, Austria

Danny Hellinckx, Belgium

Jean Luc Berger, France

Uwe Simon, Germany

RG Bhat, India

Franco Piola, Italy

Bart Boerema, The Netherlands

Eugene Biver, Luxembourg

Warren Solomonsz, Sri Lanka

Paul Gubser, Switzerland

Ian Ward, United Kingdom

James Morrison, USA

"The International Fellowship of Rotarians", is a group of Rotarians dedicated to promoting cycling as an opportunity for fellowship. This fellowship operates in accordance with Rotary International policy, but is not an agency of, or controlled by, Rotary International.

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