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USA Cycling board resolution in support of Proposition A

"In light of the overwhelming vote of the membership for Proposition A at the 2001 annual meeting, the Board of Directors believes it is necessary and appropriate to take steps to support that vote and the mandate of the members given the pending Wade litigation that seeks to invalidate the vote. Therefore, be it moved that the Board amend and restate the bylaws of USA Cycling in the form dated October 23, 2001, to become effective on January 1, 2002, should the Wade action result in the membership vote for Proposition A at the 2001 annual meeting being declared invalid or void, or an

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“In light of the overwhelming vote of the membership for Proposition A at the 2001 annual meeting, the Board of Directors believes it is necessary and appropriate to take steps to support that vote and the mandate of the members given the pending Wade litigation that seeks to invalidate the vote.

Therefore, be it moved that the Board amend and restate the bylaws of USA Cycling in the form dated October 23, 2001, to become effective on January 1, 2002, should the Wade action result in the membership vote for Proposition A at the 2001 annual meeting being declared invalid or void, or an injunction is entered delaying the effective date of Proposition A beyond Jan 1, 2002. If these bylaws become effective they shall remain effective only if the board shall at its first meeting thereafter, amend and restate the bylaws and articles of incorporation of USA Cycling to be identical to Proposition A. If the October 23, 2001, bylaws become effective, the CEO is directed to adopt appropriate rules governing procedures that will have been removed from the bylaws.”