2018 UCI Road World Championships.

At UCI VIP longe

2018 UCI Road World Championships

UCI solidarity programme meeting in Innsbruck. It is the 91st UCI Road World Championships.

2018 UCI Road World Championships.
2018 UCI Road World Championships

Meeting of the Presidents of Africa Confederation of Cycling with UCI President as been decided and approved that in 2020.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

The World Track Championship will be held in Egypt and in 2025 the first World Road Cycling Championship in Africa will be hosted either in Morocco or Rwanda or in any other African country.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

World Champion jersey signed by the UCI President for the 2020 World Track Championship that will hold in Egypt.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

President of CFN at the meeting for the 2020 World Track Championship that will hold in Egypt.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

At the UCI congress in Innsbruck voting delegate with African cycling confederation.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

Voting delegate with African cycling confederation.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

UCI President awarded the merit awards to the Directors of Tour de France and to the cycling legend Eddy Merckx.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

Team Nigeria

UCI President awarded the merit awards to the Directors of Tour de France and to the cycling legend Eddy Merckx.

2018 UCI Road World Championships

The UCI congress has rectified the next World Track Championships and Cairo will be hosting In 2020 (first time ever in Africa).

Confederation of African Cycling Congratulates CFN On Their Feat In South Africa

The President, Track Commission of Confederation of African Cycling, Mr. William Newman has congratulated the Cycling Federation of Nigeria for coming 3rd on the medal table in the just concluded African Track Championship in south Africa.

Nigeria participated in five different Cycling games namely; Individual time trial, Point race, Scratch race, Sprint and Omnium and came third on the medals table.

Seven countries; the hosts, South Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Seychelles, Zimbabwe, and Nigeria participated in the African cycling competition.

In a statement made available to www.bsnsports.com.ng through the President Cycling Federation of Nigeria, Engr. Chief Giandomenico Massari, the Track Commission Mr William Newman congratulated Nigeria for her feat in a well-contested 10-day competition, he said: “Engr. Chief Giandomenico.
Congratulations on your riders’ very impressive performance.
Nigeria third on the Medals table!
Out of 7 nations! Excellent!!!!”