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Cycling BC Achieves viaSport Accredited Status for 2024/2025

Cycling BC proudly announces its attainment as an “Accredited” Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) under viaSport’s Designation Program for 2024/2025.

viaSport’s Designation Program categorizes sport organizations into three tiers—Accredited, Recognized, or Affiliated—each with specific minimum standards and criteria tailored to the organization’s scale and scope. All designated sport organizations and their members pledge to:

  • Deliver sport with excellence
  • Adhere to established standards
  • Champion inclusion, safety, and diversity
  • Provide resources to foster sport development

Through event sanctioning, hosting, coach and official training, viaSport designated sport organizations further the Ministry’s Pathways to Sport, creating inclusive and secure sport environments.

Attaining Accredited status also means that organizations are eligible for annual core funding from the Province of BC, exclusive engagement opportunities, and are designated by the National Sport Organization as the provincial organizing body in BC for the sport. Not all sport organizations apply, meet, nor receive this designation.

View all Accredited Provincial and Disability Sport Organizations in BC.

About viaSport:

viaSport supports the sport ecosystem in driving the evolution of high-quality sport experiences that make sport better. Through collaborating with local, provincial, and federal partners, we build public trust and confidence in the promise of amateur sport.

By providing support and resources for the amateur sport sector, we enable all British Columbians to participate in safe, inclusive, and welcoming sport experiences. We endeavour to inspire a love of sport that ultimately contributes to a better quality of life. Through collaboration, inclusion, and accountability, viaSport leads the development and growth of amateur sport in BC.

We help bring more families to the field, fans to the stands, athletes to the podium and sporting events to the province. Learn more about viaSport at