Medicine of Cycling – Medicine of Cycling seeks to improve the quality of care for cycling athletes.  Annual conference in August.

Science and Cycling – An international conference in conjunction with the start of the Tour de France.

Medicine Africa Cycling – First annual conference in 2017.  Experts in cycling-specific fields, including bike fitters and medical professionals working with athletes and teams, speaking on a variety of topics as well as providing hands-on training in managing acute cycling injuries and bike fitting.

Journal of Science and Cycling – An Open Access online journal, which publishes research articles, reviews, brief communications and letters in all areas of Cycling or Triathlon sciences. The journal aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in the field.

Serotta International Cycling Institute – Member-based organization with the primary goal of providing educational services, tools and consulting to the bicycle retail, performance enhancement and medical community. SICI offers classes, bicycle fitting equipment and consulting to bicycling retailers, coaches and clinicians. In addition, SICI hosts Cycling Science Symposia to gather the worlds best scientific, medical and retail minds to share learning’s across a wide platform of experience and backgrounds. These Cycling Science events are a must-attend event for retailers, manufacturers, scientists, coaches, clinicians and cycling enthusiasts.  At SICI, we believe that every cyclist, regardless of their ability, is entitled to ride a bike that fits their body and addresses their current and future goals.

The Cycling PT – Comprehensive physical therapy and bicycle fitting services for cyclists of all ability levels and disciplines.

Boston Cyclists Union – Helping Bostonians lead healthier lives by promoting the everyday use of the bicycle for transportation. Among other things, we repair bikes, educate new riders, and organize neighborhood residents who would like to voice support for friendlier street designs, bike paths, and public spaces.

Bike Safe Boston – Josh Zisson lawyer and bicycle safety authority, with his own practice specializing in bike law.

Spaulding Cycling Medicine Program – Spaulding’s Cycling Medicine Program uses a team approach for the assessment and treatment of both injured cyclists, as well as those looking to optimize their performance.  Our goal is to help cyclists perform at their maximal potential, and minimize discomfort and time loss due to injury.  The Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is a recognized leader in rehabilitative medicine in Eastern Massachusetts, in the United States, and across the globe, with the mission to provide exceptional clinical care, promote medical education, and advance research.  Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is the official teaching partner of the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R).

Newton-Wellesley Spine Center and Ambulatory Care Center – Conveniently located in Boston’s Metro West, the Spine Center offers the expertise of leading back and neck experts.  We provide surgical and non-surgical consultation and intervention for a variety of spine conditions and needs. The Spine Center provides multi-disciplinary care for spinal conditions. Our team is comprised of leading radiologists, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, physiatrists (rehabilitation doctors), physical therapists, anesthesiologists and other specialists.

MGH Sports Medicine – Providing care to athletes and non-athletes of all ages, victims of work-related accidents and senior citizens. Our Harvard faculty are nationally recognized for their expertise in managing and treating injuries of the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, ankle and foot.

Harvard University Cycling Association (HUCA) – The Harvard University Cycling Association (also known as HUCA) is a student-run club sport for cyclists of all levels. The team competes in the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference in the spring, and some members go on to compete in local, regional, and even national-level events in the summer.  Anyone is welcome to join HUCA! Many of our fastest racers began as complete novices with little to no athletic background. Team rides throughout the fall are dedicated to helping new riders become stronger and more comfortable on their bicycle.