Conseil du cyclisme professionnel de l'UCI
1965-09-03 San Sebastian Santa Cruz de Tenerife Spain
3 Sep 1965, San Sebastian (Spain), under the title International Federation of Professional Cycling -- Fédération internationale du cyclisme professionnel (FICP), as a constituent federation and integral part of B-XB1779 - Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). New statutes adopted 1 Jan 1987. As from Jan 1993, united under listed title with H-XB1157 - Conseil du cyclisme amateur de l'UCI (CCA), previously 'International Amateur Cycling Federation -- Fédération internationale amateur de cyclisme (FIAC)', within UCI. Disbanded Oct 1997.
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