Icelandic Cyclists' Federation

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The Icelandic Cyclists' Federation (Icelandic: Landssamtök hjólreiðamanna) (LHM) is a federation for cycling for transport, sports, touring and leisure in Iceland. It belongs to the European Cyclists' Federation. Two of the most active cycling clubs in Iceland, the Icelandic mountainbike club and the Cycling Club of Reykjavík belong to the federation.

The Icelandic Cyclists' Federation was established in 1995, under the National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland.[1] The official name is (in Icelandic), abbreviated LHM. It has its headquarters in Reykjavík.

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