As the governing body for cycling in Great Britain, British Cycling administers most competitive cycling in the UK, as well as the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

Based at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester – a velodrome built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games – British Cycling is headed up by president Bob Howden.

Be it road, track, cyclocross, BMX or mountain biking, British Cycling covers it all and is Britain’s representative at the UCI.

Five British riders stood on the podium to collect their team sprint silver medals in Apeldoorn. Alongside 29-year-old Jason Kenny, one of Britain’s greatest Olympians and the ‘old man’ of…