Cycling Canada

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Cycling Canada
Logo of the CCA.jpg
Regional affiliationCOPACI
CEOMatthew Jeffries[2]
Official website

The Canadian Cycling Association (CCA), branded as Cycling Canada (CC)[1] (French: Cyclisme Canada (CC))[3] is the national governing body of cycle racing in Canada.


Cycling Canada is a National Sport Organization whose main reason for being is the organization and promotion of cycling in Canada.


Cycling Canada also operates CAN-BIKE, a nationally standardized series of courses on all aspects of cycling safely oriented toward recreational and utilitarian cycling.


Cycling Canada is a member of the UCI and COPACI.


Cycling Canada, previously the Association Cycliste Canadienne-Canadian Cycling Association (130177116rr0001) is registered with Canadian Revenue Agency as a Canadian amateur athletic association (RCAAA).[4]

Provincial governing bodies[edit]

Province Federation
 British Columbia Cycling British Columbia
 Alberta Alberta Bicycle Association
 Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Cycling Association
 Manitoba Manitoba Cycling Association
 Ontario Ontario Cycling Association
 Quebec Quebec Cycling Federation (Fédération Québecoise des Sports Cyclistes)
 New Brunswick Velo New Brunswick
 Nova Scotia Bicycle Nova Scotia
 Newfoundland and Labrador Bicycle Newfoundland and Labrador
 Yukon Cycling Association of Yukon
 Prince Edward Island Cycling PEI


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  3. ^ "Governance".
  4. ^ Agency, Canada Revenue (December 5, 2011). "List of registered Canadian amateur athletic associations". aem.

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