Paracycling SA is the Commission of Cycling South Africa that takes care the all aspects of cycling for people with physical disabilities and visual impairment in South Africa. Cycling South Africa (CSA) is the national federation responsible for cycling in South Africa including administration and development.

The main objectives of Paracycling SA are to coordinate, control, develop and promote cycling amongst the physically disabled and visual impaired community in South Africa and in representing South Africa abroad.

The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) plays a key linking role between the activities of the SASAPD and CSA and the international sports bodies. At this level, most sports for people with physical disabilities and visual impairment, including cycling, are coordinated by SASCOC. This body is responsible, for example, for decision-making regarding team selections for international events (World Championships, Paralympic Games). In this regard, SASAPD and CSA propose teams for SASCOC's consideration. It is also at this top level of the national organizational structure that South Africa’s Department of Sport and Recreation (SRSA) plays a key role in terms of sports governance.

Paracycling SA has regional commissions for each province.



Thursday, 04 September 2014, Successful end to World Champs

South Africa produced two world champions.

Wednesday, 03 September 2014, Results of TT from World Champs, Greenville, USA

TT results

Thursday, 14 August 2014, Team of to Road World Champs

Team announced for Worlds