Wide Cycling is an organization that promotes cycling as a sport
throughout the world, especially in non-traditionalistic cycling
countries. World Wide Cycling does this in a number of ways. By sending
teams to foreign races, by providing knowledge to organizations, by organizing
events and arranging trips to events.
years of experience with participation in races all over Europe, we got
involved in racing on other continents in 1995. This started with
outplacement of foreign riders, but soon went to participation in races
and advising organizations. These are still the key activities of World
now we are, without a doubt, the leading organization in road racing on a
global basis. World Wide Cycling intents to keep this position, but also
tries to broaden itís horizon by finding new activities. The cross-over
to Mountainbike is planned for the next two years. We brought more
marketing expertise in our organization, to get a stronger position in
marketing and sponsoring of events in the future.
Wide Cycling will launch new ways of Cycling as a sport within the next
few years. Concepts of new trends are being developed right now!
Wide Cycling was founded by former Tour de France pro Nathan Dahlberg from
New-Zealand, Anno Pedersen and the brothers, Remko and Gudo Kramer from
the Netherlands. Today it is a
strong network of riders (professionals as well as top-amateurs),
experienced staff (coaches; team managers; soigneurs; mechanics; exercise
physiologists). They form a source of expertise in the field of bike
racing. Apart from that, World Wide Cycling contains lots of experience in
organizing events and arranging the logistics around these events.
consultancy function combines expertise and experience in races and
training programs with organizational power. Consulting World Wide Cycling
has been valuable to a lot of organizations in the past.
December 2000 we started the Marco Polo Cycling Club. This is a fast
growing club that brings cyclists from all over the world together by the
Internet. The Elite selection of the club travels to races on all
continents. Cyclists from non-traditional cycling countries get chances to
show their talent in Europe.