2018 Graham Seers appointed as CEO of Cycling NSW

Graham Seers appointed as CEO of Cycling NSW

The interviews are over and the shortlist whittled down to one man. Graham Seers, a long time ambassador for cycling from Australia, has been appointed as CEO of Cycling NSW. The news has just been confirmed in a statement from chairman, Peter Beaumont.

According to Beaumont, “Graham needs no introduction to many Cycling NSW members, having been heavily involved with cycling at all levels in NSW and Australia over the past 40+ years.  Graham’s experience, cycling network and deep passion for the sport will be fundamental to Graham’s leadership of Cycling NSW over the coming years.”

The 59-year-old represented Australia in the road race at the 1980 Olympic Games. He owns a bike shop in Port Macquarie, where he has lived for a considerable portion of his life. It is also in the town on the NSW mid-north coast that Seers helped convince the local council that a velodrome would be an asset to the community.


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