National Championships

Canadian BMX Championships

Canadian Cyclo Cross Championships
Canadian MTB Championships Canadian Road Championships
Canadian Track Championships
 
 


Canadian Team competing at:

MTB


31/08-04/09/2011
www.bikepark.ch

 
 

PARA-CYCLING

Sept 8th to 11th 2011
Official Website

 
 

BMX

Copenhagen - Denmark
28-31.07.2011
Official Website

 
 

ROAD

19-25/09/2011
www.copenhagen2011.dk

 
 

CYCLO-CROSS

Koksijde - Belgium
28-29 January 2012
www.koksijde2012.be

 
  TRACK


Melbourne - Australia
04-08 April 2012
Website

 
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The Canadian Cycling Association is a National Sport Organization whose main reason for being is the organization and promotion of cycling in Canada. The activities of the Association are carried out within the constraints of sound business practices with regard to the ethics required of professional staff and to the spirit in which its volunteers function.


VISION

The vision of the CCA is to be a leading competitive cycling nation by 2020 celebrating enhanced international success, increased national participation and world class event hosting.

MISSION

The Mission of the CCA is: to create and sustain an effective system that develops talented Canadian cyclists to achieve Olympic, Paralympic and World Championship medal performances.

VALUES

Pursuit of Excellence
Striving to succeed at the highest levels of competition is a worthy pursuit that warrants support and recognition.

Character Development
What is learned in cycling are lessons for life that help build valuable members of society.

Respect
Cycling provides an outlet for self-expression in its speed, risk, physical creativity and free-spirited lifestyle. All types of personalities fit in and differences are respected.

Integrity
Integrity is the foundation of all activity, from competition to decision-making to competition to communication.

Lifestyle and Health
Cycling is a lifelong sport and family activity. It provides a healthy lifestyle that offers physical activity and psychological benefits to all who participate.

Volunteerism
The ongoing success of Canadian cycling depends upon the contribution of volunteers who give freely of their time, experience and expertise.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

  • Consultation with members is the foundation for decision-making considering the diverse needs and activities of the members
  • The CCA is governed by volunteers to ensure balance in the overall business of the Association
  • Demonstrate integrity in all aspects of the business through open and direct accountability to its membership
  • Discrimination and harassment are not tolerated as the CCA operates in an environment of mutual trust and respect between participants, volunteers and staff
  • Facilitate standardisation in the delivery of programs and services
  • Support development of strategic partnerships
  • Equality of access to the services of the CCA

GUIDING STRATEGIES
  • The development of a strong network of certified coaches and instructors, organizers, officials, events, volunteers and staff
  • The development of elite athletes
  • Accessibility to cycling opportunities
  • National and Regional training centres
  • A balanced emphasis on all aspects of sport cycling
  • Financial stability wtih a diverse revenue base

CCA STRATEGIC PLAN 2009-2012


Executive Summary (PDF 159 KB)
Complete Document (PDF 114 KB)

 

 

 

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