CFI continues its grassroot level selection process in the most professional manner to ensure the long-term future of Indian cycling. Trials for the selection of talented core probable were conducted at IG Sports Complex, New Delhi for SAI National Cycling Academy, on 30th April 2017. 41 boys and 22 girls, who were selected by various state associations reported for the trials and were accommodated at SAI Sports Hostel
The participants, who were between the age group of 14-15 years underwent physical ability test for standing broad jump, vertical jump, 1600 /800 mtrs endurance test, along with watt bike test
The highlight of the trials was some participants who exhibited exemplary performances during the test. Ganesh Kudinagar of Karnataka jumped 8 feet during standby broad jump trials and 11 boys and 08 girls were finally selected on the basis of their performance in the trials.
The selected probables will be admitted in the SAI National Cycling Academy from 20th May 2017 and will be given special coaching for sprint events to prepare them for International cycling events and in the process train at the World Cycling Centre with latest scientific techniques under the able guidance of the UCI’s Coaches & UCI’s training program.
23rd Asian MTB Championship
Indian cycling team comprising of following members were selected to take part in 23rd Asian MTB Championship to be held at Xuanchen, China from 13th to 14th May 2017
Historic MoU between CFI & Honda Motorcycles
A historic MoU was signed between the two for financial support of INR 2.25 Crore every year for training and equipment to support the Indian cycling team under the mission Olympic. Because of MoU it has come about the confidence that we have in Onkar Singh
Sec Gen CFI and ACC. Corporate encouragement such as this means a lot for cycling in India
Here’s three cheers to our partner CFI