As the Western Province Cycling Association (WPCA) puts it on their website, the Western Cape’s true beauty and variety of its terrain and the surroundings have been the solid drive behind the popularity of cycling as a sport in the region. “Add to this the sportsmanship, camaraderie and sheer enthusiasm to take part, compete and dominate in the average South African, and you have a sustainable sport modality destined to succeed”. With a membership of over 20 very active cycling clubs the sport is indeed succeeding. The WPCA is one of the 12 structures that make up Cycling South Africa (CSA), and is responsible for the development and co-ordination of cycling activities such as mountain biking, road, track and scholars racing events. There about 1 500 licensed through CSA and WPCA draws an average 150 cyclist per event in the province.
Atlantic Triathlon Club, Bellville Cycling Club, Bonga Cycling Academy, Cape Multisport Club, Cape Town Giants, Cedar Cycling Club, City Cycling and Athletic Club, Club 100 – Cape Town, Cyclopaths Cycling Club, Freewheel Cycology, Infinity Cycling Club, Kinetic Cycling Club, Muhammedeyah Cycling Club, Outriders Cycling Club, Paarl Cycling and Athletic Club, Phoenix Cycling Club, Star Cycling Club, The Sports Trust, Track Cycling South Africa, Tygerberg MTB Club, Wannabees Cycling Club WP.