As the governing body for cycling in Great Britain, British Cycling administers most competitive cycling in the UK, as well as the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

Based at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester – a velodrome built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games – British Cycling is headed up by president Bob Howden.

Be it road, track, cyclocross, BMX or mountain biking, British Cycling covers it all and is Britain’s representative at the UCI.


British Cycling partnership with Sky to end in 2016

British Cycling has confirmed that 2016 will be the last year of its partnership with Sky, bringing an eight-year partnership to an end. The broadcaster joined forces with cycling’s UK…