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The Memorial was instigated in 1961 as a tribute to the memory of Charles Arthur Rhodes (1895-1961) doyen of the Yorkshire Road Club, co-founder in 1932 of the Yorkshire Cycling Federation and a nationally recognised timekeeper and administrator.

Each year, the C.A. Rhodes Memorial Award may be made to such person or persons as have shown themselves worthy of special recognition in consequence of having:
a. rendered signal service to the furtherance of cycling in Yorkshire, or
b. attained an outstanding level of achievement in Yorkshire cycling, or
c. brought exceptional honour to the County.

The Award shall consist of an inscribed testimonial, appropriately prepared and presented. There shall be maintained a Roll of Honour in which shall be recorded the accomplishments of each recipient of the Award.

The Award shall be made by a Court of Trustees, in whom shall be vested responsibility corporate in perpetuity for the administration of all matters relevant to the making of the Award.

The Award is decided annually in November. The Trustees are willing to accept suggestions of individuals worthy of the Award.

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