The Vanuatu Cycling Federation (VCF) is the national governing body for cycling. They should be recognised by the UCI – the international federation for the sport in the next coming weeks.

As such, Vanuatu Cycling Federation works across all levels and 5 disciplines of the sport (BMX, Mountain Bike, Cyclo-Cross, Road, Track and Race Cycling), from providing the support and encouragement people need to get riding their bikes for the first time.


The VCF had its official launch on June 13, 2014 - 2pm at VASANOC. Along with their official launch announcement, the VCF unveiled their official logo.

This past January, a small group of cyclists met to discuss the creation of the Vanuatu cycling federation. As a result of the meeting a group of enthusiastic people have joined forces to propel the sport of cycling forward with the creation of the VCF.

The VCF was created to help grow the sport of cycling and ensure cycling for the future.

The time is right for all cyclists and supporters to join together and work towards cycling development in Vanuatu.

The VCF mission is to develop, maintain, and support a network of cyclists and supporters of cycling and put Vanuatu on the world cycling map. The VCF will work to advance the interests of cyclists by developing and advancing policies with governing bodies and engaging in media outreach.

The vision of the VCF is for cyclists to support cyclists of all ability levels, and to showcase grassroots programs in order to develop young and new riders.

Anyone who supports cycling, and wants to see its advancement, can join or be a supporter of the VCF movement. 


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