As we come to the end of an extraordinary and challenging year, Scottish Cycling would like to share our 2020 Annual Report.
Scottish Cycling would like to thank our clubs, members and the wider cycling community for their ongoing support, passion and enthusiasum for as we continue to play our part to ensure that we can return to activity and competition as in a safe and susstainable way.
2020 in Numbers
Commenting on the past year, Scottish Cycling Chief Executive Craig Burn said,
"Our Annual Report encapsulates the past year’s accomplishments and highlights developments that have taken place despite the challenges we have faced individually and as a collective."
"As we look beyond the horizon of coronavirus, there is plenty to get excited about. The highly anticipated Tokyo Olympic Games and Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games present fantastic opportunities for Scottish athletes to deliver on the world stage. In three years, Glasgow and Scotland will welcome the whole of the cycling world for the biggest single global cycling event in history - the inaugural 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships."
"Through collaborative working with our partners and cycling community, we will emerge on the other side of this pandemic in a stronger position not only grow our sport, but to do so as part of a new nation of cyclists."
#PlayingOurPart: How Scottish Cycling Kept the Wheels Turning in 2020
The Annual Report was approved at the Scottish Cycling 2020 Annual General Meeting on Saturday 28 Novemeber 2020. Information can be found here.