• Mon February 03 2020
  • Posted Feb 3, 2020
USA Cycling Focuses on Junior and Collegiate Development in 2020 and Beyond

USA Cycling becomes a founding member of the Youth Cycling Initiative, offers free and discounted memberships to youth leagues and clubs, and creates a new department within USA Cycling focusing on Youth and Collegiate Development.

USA Cycling announced plans today regarding the continued expansion of the organization's Youth and Collegiate Development program. Over the past year, the organization has focused intently on creating more access points for youth to connect with and become involved in the sport of cycling, and these initiatives and programs were formed with that in mind.

Moving forward, the revitalization of cycling in the U.S. and continued growth of junior cycling will remain a top priority for the organization. So far, USA Cycling has worked to establish partnerships with several junior focused cycling associations. These partnerships include the Michigan Scholastic Cycling Association (MiSCA), the Iowa Scholastic Mountain Bike Club, the Connecticut Cycling Advancement Program, the New England High School Cycling League Association, the Youth Cycling Association, and the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association. USA Cycling is offering free memberships/race licenses to all athletes enrolled in these programs and will be recognizing results from their junior events for purposes assigning ranking points.






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