The International Cycling Union (UCI), a non-profit-making organization founded on 14 April 1900, is the association of the National Cycling Federations. Its headquarters are in Aigle, Switzerland.
British Cycling is the internationally recognised governing body of cycling in the UK. It administers the sport in the following disciplines: BMX, Cycle Speedway, Cyclo-Cross, Mountain Bike, Road and Track. In conjunction with its funding partners, British Cycling has a five year strategy for the development of cycling.
Scottish Cycling is the internationally recognised governing body of cycling in Scotland. It administers the sport in the following disciplines: BMX, Cycle Speedway, Cyclo-Cross, Mountain Bike, Road and Track. In conjunction with its funding partners, Scottish Cycling has a five year strategy leading up to Glasgow 2014 for the development of cycling within a Scottish context but linking into the programmes of British Cycling.
Welsh Cycling is the internationally recognised organisation responsible for the administration and running of all six cycling disciplines in Wales. Welsh Cycling are responsible for all aspects of the sport within Wales, including grass roots and Commonwealth Games teams.
|Welsh Cycling Association|
The backbone of the Welsh Cycling Association has always been the 12 hour Championship. Indeed the Association was founded, in 1934, for the purpose of running this event which, apart from the war years, has been a continuous promotion since then.
Audax United Kingdom (known as Audax UK or AUK) is the foremost long-distance cycling association in the UK, and the biggest in the world. It was established in 1976. AUK oversees the running of long-distance cycling events, and, using a system of timed checkpoints, validates and records every successful ride.
British Triathlon is now a Federation, whose members are the three Home Nation's Associations of Triathlon England, triathlonscotland and Welsh Triathlon.
British Triathlon is responsible for matters such as the Great Britain Elite, Age Group Teams, British and International events, Anti-Doping and International Representation. British Triathlon also manages a number of services that are shared with the three Home Nations.
Cycling England is an independent, expert body, working to get more people cycling, more safely, more often.We promote the growth of cycling in England by championing best practice and channeling funding to partners engaged in training, engineering and marketing projects.
|Cyclists' Touring Club|
As the UK’s National Cyclists’ Organisation, CTC has been protecting and promoting the rights of cyclists since 1878. CTC is a not-for-profit organisation that is funded through its membership and donations in return for support.
|Drug Information Database|
The DID™ provides easily accessible and accurate responses to queries about the status in sport of licensed pharmaceutical and over-the-counter medicinal products available in the UK and Canada
|Road Records Association|
Founded in 1888 to certify the genuineness of claims to best performances on record by cyclists on the road
SARA is the national alliance of governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation. Our 280 members - organisations as diverse as The Football Association, British Water Ski and the Ramblers' Association - represent 150,000 clubs across the UK and some 8 million regular participants.
SARA provides these organisations with a single, independent voice ensuring that their interests are represented and that they have the skills and capacity to deliver high quality sport and recreation across the country.
Sustrans is the UK's leading sustainable transport charity. Our vision is a world in which people choose to travel in ways that benefit their health and the environment. Every day we are working on practical, innovative ways of dealing with the transport challenges that affect us all.
Established by Royal Charter in 1996, UK Sport works in partnership with the home country sports councils and other agencies to lead sport in the UK to world-class success.
UK Sport is responsible for managing and distributing public investment and is a statutory distributor of funds raised by the National Lottery.
The VTTA is for anyone over 40 years of age who has an interest in time trialling. The site provides details of current activities, racing information and details of useful contacts.
The VTTA Organises Time Trials at all distances and in all Regions. There are Individual Challenges, National Competitions, Local Competitions, and Social Events.