British Cycling operates under the leadership of its president, Bob Howden, supported by the British Cycling board which comprises seven elected members, three appointed members and the chief executive Ian Drake.
British Cycling’s business operations are the responsibility of the chief executive and his senior management team.
The organisation’s 250-strong workforce is largely based at British Cycling’s headquarters at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester. However, around 80 of the organisation’s employees are regionally based. They work with our 10 English regions and with clubs, event organisers and local authorities to improve all forms of cycling in communities nationwide.
British Cycling supports the work done in Scotland by Scottish Cycling and Wales by Welsh Cycling. Scottish Cycling and Welsh Cycling deliver membership services in the home nations on behalf of British Cycling.