ABOUT CYCLING SOUTH AFRICA
CyclingSA is the national governing body of cycling in South Africa and is affiliated to the International Cycling Union (UCI), South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC). Though not limited to, it governs five disciplines, road cycling, mountain biking (MTB), track cycling, bicycle motocross (BMX), para-cycling, it’s National Championships and Teams. It has nine provincial affiliates with ten additional regional affiliations and makes provision for other associate members within cycling.
CyclingSA wants to build a strong, financially sustainable federation and a leading partner to stakeholders, inspiring a diverse nation from grass-root levels to ride bicycles, race and be a united community.
- To be a rider centric cycling federation that offers value propositions to all member and is socially relevant.
- To lead and innovative in building capacity through strong alliances with all stakeholders.
- To reposition assets and initiatives to relevant markets and ensure the application of strong governance and financial austerity.
#GROWCYCLING | 2020 - 2024 STRATEGIC PLAN
CyclingSA’s vision is to become a financially sustainable non-profit sports organisation and transform the way we develop to deliver the performance of tomorrow’s talent. The mission is to achieve a more diverse organisation and being inclusive of all stakeholders as a cornerstone of the federation’s strategy.
To give momentum to this overall strategy for 2020–2024, the current President, Ciska du Plessis – Austin, advocates for more robust social support from key role-players in the sport and it is designed to achieve that objective in addition to being more socially relevant whilst measuring success in 5 focus areas: partnerships, image, development, performance and governance.