cyclotaur wrote:From https://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/general/great-rides/92853/ ...
Jersey policy and teams
Corporate teams with over 20 riders have the option to wear their own Company jersey (the jersey design must be approved by Bicycle Network Victoria prior to the ride)
Corporate teams may elect to have their team name printed (at their own cost) on the back of the event jersey.
All other teams are required to wear either the event jersey/shirt on the day.
Teams, whether they be a large corporate team or just you and a couple of friends are an integral part of Bupa Around the Bay.
Atom Ant wrote:[*]Community teams from sporting clubs, service clubs, online forums
[*]School teams entered in the School Challenge (Good luck keeping track of students in anonymous jerseys)[/list]
biftek wrote:paying to ride on public roads is bad enough , but paying to become a mobile billboard well they can jam that , i get paid for advertising space on my back
roshea wrote:biftek wrote:paying to ride on public roads is bad enough , but paying to become a mobile billboard well they can jam that , i get paid for advertising space on my back
How much are you making from that?
PiledHigher wrote:roshea wrote:biftek wrote:paying to ride on public roads is bad enough , but paying to become a mobile billboard well they can jam that , i get paid for advertising space on my back
How much are you making from that?
I get paid entry and kit for ATBIAD, what's that 'worth' $300+?
Road Safety Act 1986 No. 127
99B. Non-road activities on highways
(1) Subject to this Act and the regulations, a road authority within the meaning of the Road Management Act 2004 may issue a permit to a person to conduct a non-road activity on a highway.
(2) For the purpose of conducting the non-road activity authorised by a permit, the road authority may authorise the closure of the highway to all traffic or to particular types of traffic for the period specified in the permit.
(3) A permit may be issued subject to —
(a) any terms, conditions or limitations which the road authority considers appropriate; and
(b) the payment of a fee fixed in accordance with this Act.
(4) The Minister may, on the application of a person proposing to conduct a non-road activity on a highway, by notice published in the Government Gazette declare that specified provisions of the Act and of the regulations do not apply with respect to the non-road activity specified in the notice to be conducted on a highway or part of a highway specified in the notice during the period specified.
(5) A notice under sub-section (4) may declare that the highway or part of the highway specified in the notice is not a highway under this Act for all purposes or specified purposes during the specified period.
(6) A person to whom a permit is issued is responsible for the use of the highway for the non-road activity.
(7) The Minister may by instrument of delegation delegate to any person any of the powers of
the Minister under this section.
(8) In this section, “non-road activity” means an activity to be conducted on a road which will significantly interfere with the normal use of a road by road users in accordance with this Act and the regulations but does not include any activity to be conducted on a road by a member of the police force or of any emergency services agency arising out of the performance of a function or exercise of a power of that member.
Example. A non-road activity would include the use of a road for the shooting of a film, a bicycle event, a street festival or a street market.
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