The International Fellowship Cycling to Serve is a group of Rotarians dedicated to promoting cycling as an opportunity for fellowship.
The objectives of our Fellowship are to develop and promote world-wide friendship through cycling both competitive and touristic; to serve the community locally, nationally and internationally through cycling activities; to promote international understanding and peace through cycling activities.
Main activities are the organisation of the annual Fellowship Cycling to Serve World Championships, the organisation of a 4-days touristic cycling event and the organisation of local cycling events.
Membership is open to every Rotarian and to members of Rotaract.
This site is the passionate Rotarian cycling fan's first port of call for all the news about our events and a place to share ideas and experiences.
For a photo impression of our most recent activities click here and here.
"The International Fellowship of Rotarians", is a group of Rotarians dedicated to promoting cycling as an opportunity for fellowship.
This fellowship operates in accordance with Rotary International policy, but is not an agency of, or controlled by, Rotary International.
Pictures 4-days Diemelsee
The 4-days 2016 held in Diemelsee, Germany, in May has been a great event for many enthousiast Rotarians and cycling fans. Thanks to all our friends in Germany! Want to
World Championships 2016 in Luxembourg
The 32nd World Championships will be organised in Luxembourg by Rotaryclub Luxembourg-Vallées during the weekend of 9-11 september. The website is online now and open for registration!As usual, the
Jean Luc Berger new FCS President!
At the General Assembly in Diemelsee, during the very succesful 4-Days event, Jean Luc Berger has been chosen as the new President of our fellowship! He will be the successor
Newsletter 2016 - Special Edition online!
The FCS Newsletter 2016 - Special Edition, is online. First of all with the obituary of Niko Endres. And with news from the FCS Board and the main events in
Niko Endres passed away
Niko Endres, the President of our Fellowship, died on the 3rd of March in a car accident close to his hometown Wangen in Germany. His wife and daughter were injured.