Results of 18th National Road Cycling Championships (Click here)
Name of Medal winner of Indian Cycling Team during ACC Track Asia Cup 2013 at Bangkok, Thailand from 4 to 6 Oct. 2013:-
1. Ms. Deborah – A & N - 02 Gold Medals in Time Trial and Sprint (Women Junior Category) events.
2. Ms. Monorama Devi – Manipur – 02 Silver Medals in Point Race and Scratch Race (Women Junior Category) events.
3. Mr. Dilawar - Haryana – 01 Silver Medal in Point Race (Men Junior Category) event.
4. Ms. Parvathy V.G. – Kerala – 01 Bronze Medal in Team Sprint (Elite Women category) event.
5. Ms. Rutuja Satpute – Maharashtra – 01 Bronze Medal in Team Sprint (Elite Women category) event.
Elections of Cycling Association of Delhi held on 1st Sep. 2013 and the following office bearers have been elected:-
President - Sh. Ranjit Singh (Ex. International Cyclist)
Secretary General - Sh. Zile Singh
Treasurer – Sh. Shiv Dayal
Elections of Kerala Cycling Association held on 18th May 2013 and the following office bearers have been elected:-
President - Sh. V. K. Hari Kumar
Secretary General - Sh. Sudeesh Kumar
Treasurer – Sh. B. Jayaprasad
Results of Track trials held on 2nd Aug. 2013 at IG Cycling Velodrome, New Delhi
Results of 33rd Senior & 20th Junior Asian Cycling Championships held at New Delhi from 7th to 17th March 2013.
Recognition granted to newly elected body of Cycling Federation of India by Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Govt. of India.
33rd Senior, 20th Junior Asian Cycling Championship (Road & Track) in both men and Women section has been allotted to India for the year 2013. The Championship will be held in the month of March 2013 at New Delhi.
Mr. P. S. Dhindsa, President and Mr. Onkar Singh, Secretary General, CFI made the successful Bid at the Managing Committee Meeting of the Asian Cycling Confederation on 22nd September 2011 held at Copenhagen during the World Road Race Championship in Denmark.
More than 40 Countries from the Asian Subcontinent are expected to participate in this 10 days Mega Event.
Cycling Federation of India (CFI) is a pioneer in the promotion of cycling sports in India affiliated to the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) and International bodies like Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC) and Union Cycliste International (UCI).Cycling Federation of India (CFI) also conduct National Coaching Camps for Elite Men & Women who are selected on the basis of their performance in the National Championship.
|Brief History of Cycling in India
|Cycling as a sports was introduced in India with the efforts of Sh. Janki Das in mid thirties. It found its International level when Sh. Janki Das, the lone Indian Cyclist participated in the British Empire Games at Sydney (Australia) in 1938 with Swami Jagan Nath accompanied as Manager.
|Championships Orgnised By CFI
|CFI organizes the following National Championships every year :1. National Road Cycling Championship 2. National Track Cycling Championship 3. National Mountain Bike Championship