Who is on the Board of Trustees

Dan Howard

Who is on the Board of Trustees

Meet the Cycling UK Board of Trustees

Trustee election results November 2017

Following our recent election, four trustees were elected to the Board of Cycling UK.

3175 members voted and the following people were selected:

  • Dan Howard (2396 votes)
  • Jacqueline Hills (2003 votes)
  • Carl Pearse (1860 votes)
  • Andy Key (1721 votes)

Dan Howard, Chair of the Board of Trustees said: "I was delighted to be re-elected to continue as Chair. I’d like to thank so many of our members for taking part and having their say. I look forward to welcoming our new trustees when they join our board in January 2018 to help deliver our strategy and the next exciting chapter in our history. I'd also like to thank the outgoing trustees, Jim Brown, Martyn Bolt and Kristian Gregory for their support and dedication over many years to Cycling UK."

Dan Howard - Chair

Dan lives in Staffordshire and has a background in ICT management and leadership. He currently works as Deputy Head of Information Management and Technology for an NHS Trust.

Dan's involvement in Cycling UK began in the early 1990s, when he started cycling as a teenager with Kidderminster CTC in Worcestershire, and he has been an active member ever since. He starting cycling for the same reasons he still cycles; as a mode of transport, to spend leisure time with friends and to explore new places by bike. He enjoys different types of cycling, including Audax, time trialling, commuting and touring.

Dan became a trustee in January 2012. Dan is keen to develop Cycling UK's strategic direction and corporate image, especially growing the organisation by supporting member groups, engaging with a wide range of new and existing cyclists and helping Cycling UK further influence government policy concerning cycling as a key component of a wider transport policy.

In January 2014 Dan Howard was elected Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees.

Dan’s vision for Cycling UK is clear and unambiguous: “I want as many people as possible to enjoy cycling, whatever they choose to ride and whatever type of cycling they enjoy. To achieve this, it is important that we remain focused on three groups: our current and future members and supporters, our staff, and our partners with whom we work to deliver our vision and strategy.”