The Icelandic mountainbike club is a proud member of Icelandic Cyclists' Federation organizations as are all the most active cycling clubs in Iceland like The Cycling Club of Reykjavik ( HFR) and Hjólamenn.
The Icelandic Cyclists' Federation was established in 1995 as an umbrella organisation for touring, commuting and sports cyclists in cooperation with a national body for non-competitive sports (Íþróttir fyrir alla), under the Icelandic Sports Association. The official name is Landssamtök hjólreiðamanna (in Icelandic), abbreviated LHM.
LHM promotes cycling as a sustainable and healthy means of transportation and recreation, a competitive sport and a family-friendly non-competitive sports activity.
LHM represents the interests of all cyclists in Iceland at the local and national level.
LHM is a member of the European Cyclists' Federation.
Íslenski Fjallahjólaklúbburinn ÍFHK - ( www.fjallahjolaklubburinn.is ) established 1989
Hjólreiðafélag Reykjavíkur HFR ( www.hfr.is ) - is a club for sports-cyclists, first established (1924). HFR have regular training sessions all year. They arrange several competitions, both on tarmac and on gravel/off-road. HFR members have competed internationally, like in the small nations championships. HFR was instrumental in the establishment of the Cycling committee of the National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland and oversee national championships.
Hjólamenn, established January 2005.
Hjólamenn ( /www.hjolamenn.is ) is a club for sports-cyclists, established in 2005. They have regular training sessions all year. They arrange several competitions, both on tarmac and on gravel/off-road. Members have competed internationally, like in the small nations championships. Hjolamenn have a representative in the Cycling committee of the National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland.
Hjólafærni á Íslandi
They run many different projects individually and in copoeration with others. Website: hjolafaerni.is
At hjolamot.is you can see a list of most competition in the cycling sport.