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The Union Cycliste Internationale (hereinafter the “UCI”) is the worldwide governing body for cycling. The UCI’s mission is to develop and oversee cycling in all its forms all around the world as a competitive sport, healthy leisure activity, means of transport and source of fun.
It represents, for sporting and public institutions alike, the interests of National Federations, five Continental Confederations, over 1,500 professional riders, over half a million license-holders, several million cycling enthusiasts and two billion bicycle users all over the world.
The UCI’s commitment is to lead the development of cycling as a competitive sport and in all its other forms all around the world. The UCI undertakes to respect the highest standards with regards to all its activities.
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