Canada does not have a single national cycling team responsible for all disciplines of cycling. Instead, cycling in Canada is governed by different organizations for each discipline, overseeing road cycling, track cycling, mountain biking, BMX, and para-cycling.
The national governing body for road and track cycling in Canada is Cycling Canada Cyclisme. They are responsible for promoting and developing these disciplines of cycling in the country, organizing national championships, supporting high-performance athletes, and overseeing development programs.
For mountain biking, the national governing body is Cycling Canada Mountain Bike. They focus on mountain biking events and competitions, including national championships and development programs for young riders.
Cycling Canada BMX and Cycling Canada Para-cycling are the respective governing bodies for BMX and para-cycling in the country. They support and promote these disciplines, including national championships and programs for athletes with disabilities.
Each of these organizations works closely with regional and local cycling associations, clubs, and stakeholders to grow the sport of cycling and provide opportunities for riders of all ages and abilities.