Hi all you crazy Footbike Fanatics, here is the news from
the Footbike World.
World Championships Estonia 2020
The World Championships
planned for Estonia in July this year, have been postponed till 2021. At this stage the actual dates
have not been confirmed, but it is most likely to be around the same time of the year.
was not unexpected, in view of overseas travel restrictions in place around the Covid-19 virus, so it
now gives those that were unable to attend this year, a further 12 months to save, and train, and race
their way to Estonia.
Footbike Racing update.
We will continue
to review our calendar of events, as each state relaxes their current distancing restrictions. We will
continue to keep everyone up to date.
Australian Footbike Association review.
Last month I positioned that the AFA was reviewing its operation with the view to increasing its membership.
Here is a copy of the questionnaire, and we would like your feedback even if you are not currently a member.
Can you copy the questions, and email them, together with your answers, to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Footbike Association - Membership Questionnaire
Valued AFA Member, We need your help!
Recently the Australian Footbike Association Committee, (AFAC), resolved to make increasing membership
numbers a standing agenda item at AFAC meetings. The AFAC considers the growth of membership and race
participation to be one of the most significant strategic initiatives.
A demographic analysis of
membership data has been undertaken which has informed the committee to a certain extent. To progress
this important objective, we need your help. Would you please take a few minutes to consider the questions
below and provide your response? The data and ideas will be aggregated and analysed by the AFAC to identify
common and useful themes. Individual responses will not be identified without your permission.
Please return your survey via reply to the email address attached to this document by 28/04/2020
John Jardine (President), on behalf of AFAC
Questions (Please keep responses short and to the point)
1) How did you first get exposure
to/find out about Footbiking?
2) Why did you decide to
3) How did you find out about Footbike
4) Why did you decide to join the AFA and race?
5) If you were responsible for increasing membership of the AFA,
given the limited resources of the AFA, what is the one most significant action you would take that you
consider practical and implementable?
Thank you, and your responses will help us immensely. Keep kicking
Australian Footbike Association Inc
ph 0407 699884