USA Cycling Helping Local Associations

USA Cycling pays $404,000 to Local Associations as total dividends eclipse $2 million Colorado Springs, Colo. (February 11, 2010) -- USA Cycling announced today that based on last year’s license sales, it will distribute over $404,885 to its 34 Local Associations as part of an ongoing effort to grow competitive cycling at the grassroots level. With the 2009 payout, which is the largest ever … [Read more...]

USA Cycling Development Foundation

USA Cycling Development Foundation awards four collegiate cycling scholarships Colorado Springs, Colo. (December 29, 2009)—USA Cycling has recognized four outstanding student-athletes; two as recipients of the annual John Stenner Collegiate Cycling Scholarship and two as winners of the Joshua Kuck Memorial Scholarship Fund. Winners of the Stenner Scholarship, Kay Sherwood (Colorado … [Read more...]

USA Cycling Graduates 49 From 2009 Bill Woodul Mechanics Clinic

Colorado Springs, Colo. (December 18, 2009) -- USA Cycling is pleased to congratulate the 49 graduates of the 2009 Bill Woodul Mechanics Clinic which took place at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Dec. 9-13. Mechanics came from around the country to take part in the clinic which covered everything from wheel changes to bicycle design fundamentals, and from team mechanic … [Read more...]

Updated National Rankings Leave Mesa State, Fort Lewis on Top

While Mesa State College of Grand Junction, CO, the only Division II school to have participated in all three national championships so far this academic year, maintains a comfortable lead over its second place rival, MIT, the Division I race to be the best collegiate cycling team in the country is still wide open. Only 15 points separate 4th place Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO) from … [Read more...]

USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships Invade Bend, Oregon

More than 1,600 competitors will invade Bend, Ore. to contest the USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships this week Bend, Ore. (Dec. 7, 2009) – The largest-ever USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Championships are set to go off Dec. 10-13 in the heart of Bend, Oregon’s Old Mill District. Over 1,600 unique riders will make over 2,000 starts and compete for the Stars-and-Stripes across … [Read more...]

2010 USA Cycling National Racing Calendar Announced

Colorado Springs, Colo. (October 16, 2009)—Featuring 27 events and nearly one million dollars in overall prize payouts, the 2010 National Racing Calendar (NRC) was announced today by USA Cycling. The NRC enters its 14th season as the nation’s premier Pro-Am men’s and women’s road cycling circuit and will visit 22 states from March through September, highlighting the United States’ best … [Read more...]

24-Hour Mountain Bike Nationals to Begin in Moab on Saturday

24-Hour Mountain Bike Nationals to begin in Moab on Saturday Sawicki to chase Guinness World Record and Eatough says farewell The 2009 USA Cycling 24-Hour Mountain Bike National Championships will go off this weekend, Oct. 10 and 11, in conjunction with the 24 Hours of Moab in Moab, Utah. In all, the event is expected to draw more than 4,000 athletes, support crew and spectators. … [Read more...]

Phinney, Hammer, Massie and Walker Hold Multiple Titles After Four Days Of Competition

Carson, Calif. (Oct. 3, 2009)—The 2009 USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships continued at the Home Depot Center velodrome on Saturday with Giddeon Massie (Zion Hill, Pa./Bike Religion) and Taylor Phinney (Boulder, Colo./Trek-Livestrong) earning their third national titles of the week while Cristin Walker (Houston, Texas/Momentum Coaching Group) and Sarah Hammer (Temecula, … [Read more...]

Women’s Team Pursuit Record Falls On Day Two of Elite Track Nationals

Carson, Calif. (Oct. 1, 2009)—The 2009 USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships continued at the Home Depot Center velodrome on Thursday with the women’s team pursuit national record falling, young stars showing flashes of greatness in the men’s team pursuit, an Olympian re-gaining his national title in the kilo and scratch race champions crowned. In all eight Stars-and-Stripes were … [Read more...]

New Leaders Mark CX Calendar After Week Two

The fifth through ninth events of 42 races on the USA Cycling Cyclo-cross National Racing Calendar were contested over the weekend. Jamey Driscoll (Jericho, Vt./ and Katie Compton (Colorado Springs, Colo./Stevens) took the pro men's and women's wins at Cross Vegas in front of a crowd of several thousand bike enthusiasts. Click here for complete results from the … [Read more...]