He also managed the Great Britain team at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics and became president of the British Cycling Federation and Solihull Cycling Club.
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He also became President of the British Cycling Federation, and founded the Birmingham RCC.
After his competitive career came to an end, Godwin managed the British cycling squad at the 1964 Games in Tokyo, was president of the British Cycling Federation, ran the first British training camp in Majorca, and founded the Birmingham RCC.
There were two command police vehicles, 10 police outriders and 10 British Cycling Federation outriders.
A leisure needs analysis is going on at present in Middlesbrough and we have to engage further with the British Cycling Federation and local cyclists to try to find a way to provide a velodrome - but it remains a distinct possibility," said Mr Mallon.
Meanwhile, Brian Cookson, president of the British Cycling Federation, has backed the campaign to have the men's and women's time-trial reinstated to the Olympic programme.
But if British Cycling Federation performance director Dave Brailsford continues to produce similar results, the pounds 20million pledged by Sport England and UK Sport up to the Beijing Olympics will look like money well spent.
David millar's fall from grace has been described as 'regrettable but perhaps inevitable' by the head of the British Cycling Federation who blamed an entrenched culture of doping in sections of professional road racing.