Riders and Associations members of the CPA

Full Members of the CPA are all the licensed professional riders who belong to the UCI World Teams and Professional Continental Teams. Also national cycling associations are members

The CPA is composed of several national associations, which are in charge of dealing with the riders' needs at a local level. Each association functions according to its own bylaws and regulations, and act as a cyclists' national union to provide assistance to the riders in the event of contractual, legal, tax or pension issues. They work in close cooperation with the national federations in their respective countries, and they actively engage in training new professionals and in reintegrating former riders into work after the end of their careers. They are also in charge of promoting cycling among young people, and of developing initiatives aimed at, among others, spreading the culture of road safety. They are mostly funded by a share (3%) of the riders' prizes for races organised in their specific countries, as well as by means of sponsorships for events they organise.

The member associations of the CPA act as a connecting link between the CPA and the riders, and play a paramount role in the smooth functioning of the rider representation system as a whole.
The first associations to join the CPA were those from countries with a long-standing cycling tradition, i.e. Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Portugal. In more recent years, the CPA has promoted the creation of new national associations in countries such as the USA and Canada. The countries where the CPA has recently tried to found new cyclists’ members unions are: Australia, England, Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Africa.

 

List of associations currently affiliated with the CPA:

ACCPI –Italie
C/O Palazzo CONI (FCI)
Via Piranesi 46, 
IT - 20137 Milano
Président: Cristian Salvato
info@accpi.it
www.accpi.it
APCP – Portugal
Rua Augusto Nogueira da Silva, 1384,
4º Esq. 4475-133 Castêlo da Maia.
Président: Paulo Couto
apcp.por@gmail.com
ACPS – Suisse
Piazza Independenza 7
2747 CH – Bellinzona
Président: David Chassot
studio@legaltaminelli.ch 
UNCP – France
Boite Postale 36
F – 38352 La Tour du Pin
Président: Pascal Chanteur
Secrétaire: Xavier Jan
contact@uncp.net
www.uncp.net
ACP – Espagne
Calle Ferraz 16 – Bajo
E – 28008 Madrid
Président: José Luis de Santos
Secrétaire: Patricia Bano
acp@ciclistas.net
www.ciclistas.net
ANAPRC – Amérique du Nord
Président: Christian Vande Velde
Secrétaire: Michael Carcaise
info@anaprc.com
www.anaprc.com
AAPC – Australian Association of Professional Cyclists z.s
Président: Adam Hansen
Ondrejnicka 867
Czech Republic, 739 11
+420774001542
adam@zakeen.com
http://aaopc.org/



SKZP – Polish association
Stowarzyszenie Kolarzy Zawodowych w Polsce / Association of Professional Riders in Poland
Président: Jaroslaw Marycz
Addresse: ul.Śląska 21, 81-319 Gdynia
téléphone: 506931113
info@skzp.pl
www.skzp.pl
BPCA – Belgian association
Président: Staf Scheirlinckx
Addresse: Zavelstraat 27, 9550 Herzele - Belgium
téléphone: +32 486 29 76 43
Staf.Scheirlinckx@bpca.be
www.bpca.be/




Asociación Colombiana de Ciclistas ASCICOL
Président: Gustavo Pinilla Florian
+57 3108197155
asciclistascolombia@gmail.com
https://www.ascicol.bike/home
Riders EWP Delegate

Jose Desantos + Iker Camanowill be the CPA delegate and Extreme Weather Protocol riders representatives at La Vuelta a España.


Joint agreement

Every two years, the CPA & the AIGCP sign a new joint agreement which establishes the minimum standards for working conditions such as wages and insurance.

CPA’s projects

The association “Cyclistes Professionnels Associés” represents the interests of the professional riders and their safety during the races come always first.

CPA Women

CPA Women is part of CPA and is the only international association of professional female riders, giving female athletes a voice.