Belgian Cycling aims to develop and promote cycling races and cycling in general in all disciplines and to all different target groups. As a sports federation, Belgian Cycling aims first and foremost to develop cycling as a sport:
- A sport that values certain values, such as competition, efforts, character, health, fair play and respect for the opponent, environment and nature;
- A sport that at the same time exhibits a very diverse (by the numerous disciplines) competitive aspect, where enormous athletic qualities are required, and a recreational aspect, where relaxation and respect for nature are central.
In this role, Belgian Cycling wants to focus its promotion on youth, training and the organization of the necessary competitions and activities. Belgian Cycling represents - as an umbrella federation - Belgian cycling on national and international level, and works in close consultation with regional wings Cycling Flanders and the Fédération Cycliste Wallonie-Bruxelles. For the general public, Belgian Cycling mainly has a face through the national teams that take part in many disciplines during major international championships. The national championships, where the best riders in each discipline can distinguish themselves, can count on a lot of interest.
As a sports federation, Belgian Cycling invariably believes in its social function and in its role as ambassador of cycling in general.
- Cycling is more than just a sport: the bicycle is an economical, healthy, ecological and nature-friendly means of transport that can contribute to a large extent to solving the problems society is facing (transport, mobility, physical exercise as a daily habit);
- Cycling in its globality forms the basis for the development and evolution of cycling as a sport.