Mike Bradley has resigned as general manager of Cycling South Africa, the sport’s governing body revealed yesterday.
According to a post on the CSA website, Bradley has decided to leave his position to pursue new opportunities.
He was involved with Cycling SA for the past six and a half years.
During that time, the website said, he “made a number of contributions to the betterment of the sport”.
“After having served Cycling SA and our cyclists, to the best of my ability, firstly as a volunteer for 12 years, and then full-time for the past six and a half years, it’s time to move on and explore other opportunities,” said Bradley.
“It has been an exciting challenge in a tough economic environment and I enjoyed the opportunity given to me. I would like to thank all who have supported me.”