Elite Athlete Programme
Scottish Cycling's Elite Athlete Programme is a training based support programme that support athletes with a realistic potential to win a Commonwealth medal in the next Commonwealth Games.
Athletes must show considerable commitment to their sport and have the ability to race independently in the UK or abroad.
Athletes are supported by professional coaching staff from Scottish Cycling and also receive needs based support from the sportscotland Institute of Sport.
The Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014 will be a natural focus for Scottish Athletes over the next year and Scottish Cycling will be aiming to field the best team possible for the Games in Glasgow.
Scottish Cycling and Breast Cancer Care has teamed up together to launch the Breast Cancer Care cycling team, the UK’s number one domestic women’s cycling team. This comprises of 5 of the 2013 women's endurance riders: Eileen Roe, Jane Barr, Laura Murray, Kayleigh Brogan and Anne Ewing, To read more about the team and the riders click here
The 2013 Squad Riders are:
Men Under 23 Endurance
MTB XC Riders