|About Russian Cycling Federation|
Russian Cycling Federation was founded in 1990. It comprises 61 sports organizations of subjects of Russian Federation.
Russian Cycling Federation is admitted by the Russian Olympic Committee, the Ministry of Sport of Russia, the International Cycling Union (UCI) and the European Cycling Union (UEC) as the only organization which has the exclusive authority to manage the development of cycling in Russia, to organize the national and international cycling competitions in Russia, to represent the cycling sports in the international sports relations: to implement relations and contacts with the International Cycling Union, national cycling federations in other countries, as well as other foreign, Russian and international organizations.
On 22.12.2011 the Russian Cycling Federation passed the state accreditation for the 4 years period (the order of the Ministry of Sport nr.20 of 23.01.2012).
The main activities of the Russian Cycling Federation are: preparing of Russian National Teams for the main cycling competitions of the year and the Olympic Games; the development and promotion of cycling in Russia.
Russian Cycling Federation annually organizes more than 140 competitions of Russian National calendar (Track, Road, BMX and Mountain Bike), as well as the international competitions:
Every year the calendar of international events held in Russia is expanding. For example, in 2011 Moscow hosted the Junior Track World Championships, and in 2012 — the European Mountain Bike Championships.
President — Igor V. Makarov
General Director — Yury Kucheryaviy
01.04.2015 Andrey Solomennikov is the first winner of the international cycling race «Krasnodar-Anapa»
29.03.2015 From 1st to 5th April International road competitions will take place in the Krasnodar region [News]
18.03.2015 Rusvelo rider Sergey Firsanov is the winner of «Grand-Prix of Sochi Mayor» [News]
15.03.2015 International Cycling Race «Sochi Cup» is to take place in Olympic Park on 17th March [News]
17.03.2014 Marek Galinski, coach of Russian National Mountain Bike Team, tragically died [News]
Russian Cycling Federation