The company was organized in 1920 as the Amateur Bicycle League of America and was incorporated in New York in 1921. In 1975, the name was changed to the United States Cycling Federation. In 1995, a new organization, USA Cycling, was incorporated in Colorado, and on July 1, 1995, the two corporations merged, with USA Cycling being the umbrella corporation. This is the home of USCF, NORBA, US Pro, and the NCCA.
Established in 1900,
Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is the world wide governing body for
competitive cycling. It is the mission of UCI to
develop and promote all
aspects of cycling without discrimination of any kind, in close
cooperation with National Federations and major associates.
VeloNews.com first showed up on browsers in 1994, and we've had a full-time presence on the Internet since the spring of 1995. Our timeliness, comprehensive coverage and reliability have been recognized across the industry, as well as by "The New York Times" and "Fast Company" magazine. The current site offers the broadest range of content yet -- same-day race coverage, news, features, and user forums.
The Northern California Nevada Cycling Association (NCNCA) is the Local Association (LA) for NorCal and Nevada. If you are interested in checking out the racing scene up in NorCal, this is the place to visit.