AFRICAN        
CYCLING
CONFEDERATION
Indoor

 

Indoor Cycling comprises both artistic cycling and cycle-ball.

ARTISTIC CYCLING

The first official artistic cycling World Championships were held in 1956. This sport is most popular in Germany, where there are no fewer than 10000 licence holders.

This sport is comparable to ice-skating and artistic gymnastics. The competitors (individuals or pairs) present a 5-minute program set to music. The jury awards marks for the quality of the performance.

CYCLE-BALL

The first World Cycle-Ball Championships were held in 1930.

This is an exclusively male discipline. Two teams of two players each (who act as both goalkeeper and outfield player) compete in a match. They strike the ball with the front or rear wheel or their body. As in football, they must place the ball in the goal of the opposing team. Fouls are penalized by awarding free kicks and penalties.

NEWS
African MTB Championships 2017 in Mauritius
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2017 African Continental Track Championships headed for Durban in March
The 2017 African Continental Track Championships take place at the Cyril Geoghegan Cycling Track - Outdoor velodrome of 333.33m - in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal from 20-24 March 2...
Africa loose an African UCI International Commissaire
We regret to announce the passing of Craig Hawtrey at the age of 45 earlier today 25/03/2017. Craig served as UCI International Commissaire for Road and Track disciplines and pre...

Sad day at the African Continental Track Cycling Championships
AFRICAN CYCLING CONFEDERATION is saddened to report the tragic death of Egyptian cyclist Eslam Nasser Zaki while participating in the African Continental Track Cycling Championships at the Cyril Geoghegan Track in Durban...