Mexican Cycling Federation

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Federación Mexicana de Ciclismo
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SportCycle racing
AbbreviationFMC
Founded1976
AffiliationUCI
Regional affiliationCOPACI
HeadquartersThe CONADE are located in the  Mexico City,  Mexico.
PresidentEdgardo Hernández Chagoya
SecretaryGuillermo Armando Gutierrez Molina
Official website
www.federacionmexicanadeciclismo.com.mx
Mexico

The Mexican Cycling Federation (in Spanish: Federación Mexicana de Ciclismo) is the national governing body of cycle racing in Mexico.

It covers the disciplines of road racing, track cycling, cyclo-cross, BMX, mountain biking and cycle speedway.

It is a member of the UCI and Confederacion Panamericana de Ciclismo.

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