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The AIOCC General Assembly in Burgos (Spain)

The AIOCC hold its General Assembly this Friday, November 24 in Burgos (Spain).

44 representatives from member races attended the event this morning while 14 members followed the debates via videoconference.

Safety is everyone’s business

This is undoubtedly the main reason for the creation of an independent organization like SafeR. This project unites all families in the world of cycling with the main and sole objective of improving safety to reduce the number of incidents in races.

This organization brings to the table the cyclists (men and women), the teams, the commissioners, the International Cycling Union (UCI) and of course the organizers, to work together.

Jaap Van Hulten presents this project. SafeR meetings have been held weekly since June and a task force is currently formalizing the structure and content of this project, which should be ready by the start of the 2024 season. Uniting all families around the theme of safety is ambitious. To achieve the stated objectives, all parties involved must contribute financially to the efforts.