Find answers to your questions.

Need too have

  1. Hose (even if you ride tubeless)
    1. Alternative plug kit if you ride tubeless
  2. Chain link (Obs. here you have to make sure you get a link that fits, Speed link is preferable, you can't count on some always having a chain separator)
  3. 2-3 iron tires (2 is fine, 3 is fatter) "buy them in plastic" so you don't damage your rims.


Nice to have

  1. Pumpe (Du vil ikke blive kendt som ham der aldrig har pumpe med 😊) ”Den reder dig i øvrigt også hvis du er selv afsted”
    1. Alternative to pump is CO2 gas cartridges and a "head" (e.g. best for tubeless)
  2. Mini tool


Now you're just a showoff (for the times when EVERYTHING goes wrong)

  1. A small bit of gaffer tape (Around the seatpost, or folded into a square)
  2. 2-3 strips
  3. Plaster, cleaning alcohol
  4. Tang/Leather man
  5. Extra valve cone and outlet


If you need ideas for a birthday, Christmas present or Father's Day tannery, some of the "nerds" are always happy to help either on face book or on team sports with experiences for which thing is most "lirens" to have

·         The captain ALWAYS drives in front, unless otherwise agreed.

·         For team 1, ask about the day's format and whether there may be is something that must be taken into account.

·         The captain chooses someone who can drive the rearguard (team 1 with radio).

·         Important to notify about any challenges/course of the trip.

·         Everyone in the group forwards messages in front/behind. The rear squad announces and keeps an eye out for those coming from behind.

·         The captain has the right and duty to divide the group if there is too great a difference in level in the group.

·         We must wait for each other according to our motto: Out together and home together.

·         The tour guide reports ready for departure after pick-up/breaks, NO ONE else.

·         The tour guide may provide advance notice of how many are coming. The rearguard announces the last man and wishes you a good trip.

·         In case of accident and damage, the tour guide becomes plus, if necessary. one. The rest continue with a new tour guide.

·         Help in the event of a puncture or defective bike, as far as possible. We leave no one behind.

·         We are united in setting the mood and helping the tour guide to focus on the new MTB and help them.

·         Important to point out that it is for fun and for the social!

·         We follow the traffic law, we are advertising for (club jerseys)

·         We ALWAYS drive in one lane when we drive in city traffic.

·         Lights on helmets are switched off and lights on the handlebars are dimmed and/or point down approx. 3m forward.

·         Left turn at intersection. You drive straight over on the right-hand side, stop and wait for the green to go ahead. If there is a right-hand turning lane for cars, as a cyclist, you must lie on the left side of right-hand turning cars.

·         Possibly. we cross the road on foot, e.g. Låsbygade, in groups of max 5 at a time.

§ 1 Name and place of residence

PCS. 1: The name of the association is MTB 6000 and it was founded on 20-11-2019

PCS. 2: The association's registered office is Kolding Municipality.

§ 2 Purpose

The purpose of the association is to promote the members' interest in practicing sports in the form of mountain biking. The association also aims to strengthen the community and social life in the association and promote the members' desire to get involved and take a share of responsibility in the association through public information activities. The association takes care of these interests on a non-profit basis.

§ 3 Affiliation with other organisations

PCS. 1: The association is connected to DGI & DCU under the Danish Sports Confederation and is subject to the rules and regulations of these organisations.

PCS. 2: Registration and de-registration of organizations is a general meeting matter.

§ 4 Membership

PCS. 1: Anyone who agrees with the association's purpose and pays a membership fee can be admitted as a member

PCS. 2: The board can appoint honorary members with the right to speak at the general meeting.

PCS. 3: Every member has the right to use the association's facilities and participate in the association's activities and offers, as well as to democratically influence the association's affairs in accordance with these articles of association. For exercising the right to vote at the general meeting, the provision in section 7, subsection 4.

PCS. 4: The members are obliged to comply with the association's articles of association and other provisions. The members are also obliged to comply with the rules and regulations laid down by an organization to which the association is affiliated.

PCS. 5: Requests for membership are processed by a board member, and the membership applies from the board having created it. The board can only refuse membership if there is a special reason for this. Refusal of membership, however not as a result of a waiting list, can be brought before the general meeting by the person who has been refused. A request for this must be made within four weeks of the refusal being notified. The request will be processed at the next general meeting.

PCS. 6: Termination can be done orally or in writing by contacting the board

Quota for the current year is not refunded.

§ 5 Quota

PCS. 1: The quota is determined by the general meeting.

PCS. 2: The board collects the dues and determines the payment terms and method of collection.

PCS. 3: If a member does not pay the dues on time, and has not paid after being moved, the person in question will be deleted as a member. Such termination of membership cannot be claimed before the general meeting.

§ 6 Exclusion and exclusion

PCS. 1: A member can be temporarily excluded for a period of up to six months or can be excluded if the person in question acts to the detriment of the association or if the person in question does not fulfill his membership obligations. Exclusion implies that membership ceases.

PCS. 2: In cases of temporary exclusion and exclusion, the member has the right to be heard before the board makes its decision. In cases of exclusion, the member is also entitled to have the board's decision reviewed at the next general meeting, and the matter put on the agenda as a special item. If the excluded person wishes to use this option, a request to this effect must be made to the board within four weeks of the exclusion being announced. The board's decision on exclusion applies even if it is required to be brought before the general meeting, unless the board decides otherwise.

PCS. 3: The general meeting can approve the board's decision on exclusion with a simple majority.  

PCS. 4: If an excluded member later requests admission to the association, the board decides the issue.

§ 7 Ordinary general meeting

PCS. 1: The general meeting is the association's highest authority in all matters, unless otherwise stated in these articles of association.

Stk. 2: Ordinær generalforsamling
afholdes en gang årligt i 1. kvartal.

PCS. 3: The board calls for a general meeting with at least two weeks' notice by posting on the association's website or by posting and announcing on Facebook or by notification on the website and e-mail to all members with a known e-mail address. The notice must contain the time and place and provisional agenda, as well as information that proposals from members must be submitted to the board no later than 8 days before the general meeting. The board can make proposals itself. The final agenda is issued no later than one week before the general meeting in the same way as the notice, and the final agenda must contain information about the proposals to be considered, the choices to be made, and accounts and other appendices to the agenda must be included.

PCS. 4: All the association's members, as well as persons invited by the board, have access to the general meeting. All members who have been members of the association for at least two months and are not in dues arrears have the right to vote. Voting can only be done in person. From the age of 18, children and young people can exercise their membership rights themselves, including voting at the general meeting.

PCS. 5: A legally convened general meeting has decision-making capacity regardless of the number of attendees.

PCS. 6: The general meeting is led by a director who is elected by the general meeting and who must not be a member of the board.

PCS. 7: Decisions are made by simple majority. However, a qualified majority is required for changes to the articles of association and a decision on dissolution, cf. §§ 13 and 14. In the case of personal elections, the person who obtains the most votes is elected.

PCS. 8: Any member over the age of 18 is eligible for election to the board.

PCS. 9: The chairman decides questions about votes. The chairman can decide on a written vote.

PCS. 10: The board ensures that minutes are taken of the decisions of the general meeting. The report is approved and signed by the conductor.

§ 8 Agenda for ordinary general meeting

The agenda for the ordinary general meeting must include at least the following items:

  1. Selection of conductor
  2. Choice of 2 vote counters
  3. The board's report
  4. Presentation and approval of the audited annual accounts for the past year
  5. Submitting and approving the board's proposal for quota and budget for the coming year
  6. Processing of received proposals
  7. Election to the board of directors
  8. Election of 3 board members (in even years)
  9. Election of 2 board members (odd years)
  10.   Election of two deputies
  11. Selection of an auditor
  12. Election of a deputy auditor
  13. Optionally

§ 9 Extraordinary general meeting

PCS. 1: An extraordinary general meeting can be called at any time by the board of directors and must be called when at least one-fifth of the association's voting members make a request to the board in writing stating the subject that is required to be dealt with.

PCS. 2: An extraordinary general meeting must be held no later than three weeks after the claim has been received. The notice must be given at least two weeks in advance. The rules on the method of convening and the conduct of the general meeting otherwise apply in the same way as for ordinary general meetings.  

§ 10 The board of directors

PCS. 1: The board is the association's day-to-day management and represents the association in all matters. The board can set up necessary committees and working groups to carry out ongoing or individual tasks.

PCS. 2: The board consists of five members, a chairman and four additional members. The board also constitutes itself with the chairman, deputy chairman, treasurer, secretary and rank-and-file member immediately after the general meeting. The board is constituted so that three are elected in even years and two in odd years.

All elections take place at ordinary general meetings for two years. Two alternates are elected each year for one year. If an alternate joins the board, the board position in question must be filled by election at the next ordinary general meeting.  

PCS. 3: The board of directors can determine its own rules of procedure. The board has decision-making capacity when at least three members are present. Minutes of the board's meetings are prepared. 

§ 11 Accounting and auditing

Stk. 1: Foreningens regnskabsår er 1. januar – 31. december.

PCS. 2: The board prepares annual accounts. The accounts must contain a profit and loss account of operations and status. This account is audited and must be approved by the general meeting.

PCS. 3: The accounts are audited by an auditor elected by the general meeting. At each ordinary general meeting, one auditor is elected for one year.

PCS. 4: The auditor must review the annual accounts every year and ensure that they are correct from an accounting point of view and that income and expenses reflect reasonable dispositions. The auditor must provide the annual accounts with an endorsement. The auditor has access to the bookkeeping and the association's holdings at all times.

§ 12 Right of subscription and liability

PCS. 1: The association is signed by the chairman together with a board member or by three board members. The board can make all dispositions, however, the purchase, sale and mortgaging of real estate must be approved by the general meeting, as well as borrowing of more than DKK 10,000 must be approved by the general meeting. The board draws up rules of procedure.

PCS. 2: The board can give a committee or a person power of attorney to make dispositions on behalf of the association.

PCS. 3: The members of the association do not have any personal liability for the obligations incumbent on the association. Board members are also not liable for these obligations. 

§ 13 Amendments to the articles of association

PCS. 1: Amendments to the articles of association can be made at any general meeting when at least two-thirds of the votes cast are in favor of the proposal.

PCS. 2: Adoption of a merger with another association is decided according to the rules on changes to the articles of association.

§ 14 Dissolution

PCS. 1: The decision to dissolve the association requires approval at two consecutive extraordinary general meetings. There must be at least four weeks between the two general meetings. In order to adopt a dissolution, at least two-thirds of the votes cast are in favor of the decision at both general meetings.

Stk. 2: På den afsluttende generalforsamling skal træffes beslutning om, hvilke foreninger, godkendt jf. Folkeoplysningsloven i Kolding Kommune. foreningens formue skal anvendes til. Ingen medlemmer kan få andel i formuen.  

PCS. 3: To oversee the dissolution of the association, the closing general meeting elects two persons to carry out all necessary dispositions.

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