Join the global movement to promote cycling and micromobility for a more sustainable, healthier, and equitable future.
The World Cycling Alliance (WCA) brings together a diverse range of advocacy organisations who share our vision. Discover how you can get involved and make a lasting impact on the world of cycling.
Our Member Organisations
WCA's member organisations are the backbone of our global network, working together to advance cycling and micromobility worldwide. Our members represent a variety of sectors, including non-governmental organisations, advocacy groups, and private companies. Explore our extensive list of member organisations and learn more about their invaluable contributions to the WCA mission on all corners of the globe.
Become a Member Organisation
Join the WCA family and make a difference in the world of cycling and micromobility.
Becoming a member organisation offers numerous benefits, such as access to a global network of professionals, opportunities to collaborate on projects, and a platform to share your initiatives with a wider audience. And get a seat at the table for the United Nations COP negotiations through our WCA representation.
Fill in the form below and we’ll be in touch about your application. If you have any questions prior to applying, please contact your relevant board member through LinkedIn or at email us at the contact below.
As a member of the WCA, your organisation will have the opportunity to collaborate with like-minded advocates from across the globe, access invaluable resources, and participate in our representation at future United Nations COP meetings alongside the European Cycling Federation. Together, we can ensure that cycling and micromobility is at the forefront of transport emissions reduction strategies and urban planning decisions.
If you represent a non-government cycling advocacy organisation, we invite you to join our global alliance and contribute to shaping a greener, healthier, and more sustainable world.
Our members are global bicycle advocacy leaders who represent expert, time-tested organizations on each continent. These organisations can not include government representatives.
Supporters may be governments or private organisations (such as engineering and consultancy firms) whose goals and interests align with ours and who seek to get more people cycling.
We work with a wide range of governments, from the local to the international level. We have worked with organisation such as the United Nations, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, International Transport Forum, World Bank and other leading international groups.
We also have a range of national and local contacts who can help you work towards improved cycling conditions.