Several of the Cycling Ulster Commissions have scheduled their 2020 AGMs to take place in a virtual format during December. Details of the AGMs can be accessed by clicking on the Commission names below.
The Road Commission aims to develop and progress the road discipline by organising training events and selecting representative teams for the province.
The Track Commission is responsible for developing the track discipline and organises training and competitive events at the Tommy Givan Track in Belfast as well as selecting Ulster teams for events.
The Women’s Commission focuses on encouraging female participation across all disciplines by organising leisure and competitive opportunities.
The Off-Road Commission aims to develop and progress cyclo-cross, enduro and mountain biking (XC/DH) by organising training events and competitive representative teams for the province.
The BMX Commission is responsible for the development of the BMX discipline in the province.
The Youth Academy focuses on developing youth cycling, organising training events and selecting teams to represent the province in competition.