The Singapore Cycling Federation was established in 1958 and is a registered society and an Institution of Public Character. As a National Sports Association (NSA), the SCF is responsible for the development and promotion of the sport of cycling in Singapore. The SCF is also affiliated to the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC), the Asean Cycling Association (ACA), the Asian Cycling Confederation (ACC), BikeTrial International Union (BIU) and the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).
The objects of the Federation are:
(a) Cycling: To encourage, promote, organize, develop and control the art and pastime of cycling in Singapore.
(b) Cyclists: To support and protect the interest of cyclists in Singapore.
(c) Bicycle Racing: To control bicycle racing and arrange bicycle race meetings in Singapore, and to give technical advice or other instructions thereon.
(d) Representatives: To select competitors to represent Singapore or the Federation.
(e) Prizes etc.: To give prizes, medals and other awards, and to obtain, collect, receive and hold funds and property by subscription, voluntary contributions, gifts or legacies or otherwise, for the objects of the Federation.
(f) Disputes : To settle any dispute that may arise between the members of the Federation and decide all doubtful and disputed points in connection with the sport and the rules and regulations thereof.
(g) Promotion and Funding: To promote and safeguard the interests of the sport, and employ, when necessary, the funds of the Federation for the purpose
(h) Affiliations: To affiliate with the Singapore Sports Council (“SSC”), Singapore National Olympic Council (“SNOC”), the International Cycling Union (Union Cycliste Internationale or “UCI”), BikeTrial International Union (“BIU”), or other international body or bodies whose objects are the same as or similar to those of the Federation.
(i) Competitions: To sponsor, support and/or participate in any national or international cycling races or competitions.
(j) Cycle Titles: To decide on the official recognition of cycling titles established in Singapore.
(k) Misc: Generally to do all such other acts or things as may be incidental to or connected with or conducive to the attainment of any of the above-mentioned objects.
The SCF is governed by a Constitution which was adopted at the Annual General Meeting on 7 Sep 2012.
UNIQUE ENTITY NUMBER (UEN)
The SCF’s UEN is S 58 SS 0009 A.
The SCF operates from 3 Stadium Drive, #01-33, Singapore 397630.
AUDITORS AND ADVISORS
The SCF has appointed Audit Alliance (of 20 Maxwell Road, #11-09, Maxwell House, Singapore 069113), certified public accountants, as our external auditor and utilises the services of ST Electronics (e-Services) Pte Ltd (of 5 Depot Road, #15-01, Tower B, Defence Technology Towers, Singapore 109681) for finance and accounting shared services.
MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (2015 to 2017)
Mr Jeffrey Goh – President
Dr Hing Siong Chen – Honorary Secretary
Mr Mark Ortega – Assistant Honorary Secretary
Mr James Kang – Honorary Treasurer
Mr Quek Wey Lon – Assistant Honorary Treasurer
Mr Bastian Dohling – Vice-President (Road)
Mr Lee Yee Meng – Vice-President (MTB)
Mr Muhammad Hairul Nazwa Bin Dol – Vice-President (BMX)
Mr Steven Lim – Vice-President (Safety/Education)
Dr Kevin Lee – Vice-President (Leisure)
Mr Walton Seah – Vice-President (BikeTrial)
Mr Christopher Chen – Honorary Member (Publicity)
Mr Syed Mohamed Shariff Bin Syed Abdul Rahman Aljunied – Honorary Member (MTB)
Mr Ang Kee Meng – Honorary Member (Track)