The Italian Cycling Federation or FCI (in Italian: Federazione Ciclistica Italiana) is the national governing body of cycle racing in Italy. The FCI is a member of the UCI and the UEC. The Italian Cycling Federation was born, under the name Unione Velocipedistica Italiana, in Pavia on December 6, 1885 through the union of 17 cycling clubs, already operating for some time in Italy in an autonomous form. In the second half of 1884, a year before the birth of the FCI, there were 25 regularly established cycling societies: the oldest of these was the Veloce Club Fiorentino in Florence, established in 1870, while Milan and Turin each hosted three velocipedes societies. More information...

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