Collegiate Recruitment Fair at Cross Country MTB Nationals

  
  


USA Cycling is pleased to offer junior and U23 riders attending the 2013 USA Cycling Cross Country Mountain Bike National Championships an opportunity to talk with collegiate cycling program directors, team leaders, and admission officials from across the country. The College Recruitment Fair will take place at the Bear Creek Lodge on Thursday, July 18th from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Collegiate cycling offers riders of all ability levels the chance to race in a team-focused environment while representing their colleges or universities. 

In the words of Ted King (Cannondale Pro Cycling), who started racing in collegiate cycling for Middlebury College, “Collegiate cycling is awesome. I can thank collegiate cycling almost exclusively for getting me where I am today. In a word, collegiate cycling is just fun… week in and week out you get to see the same awesome people from across the collegiate spectrum, have a blast racing with them, witness their ridiculous antics, and just have a great time doing it.” 

Collegiate cycling is not something you’ll want to miss out on, and neither is this recruitment fair, so be sure to stop by!

Where: Bear Creek Lodge
When: Thursday, July 18th, 6-9 p.m.


In attendance will be representatives from schools including: 
  • Adams State University
  • Fort Lewis College
  • Lees McRae College
  • Lindenwood University
  • Lindsey Wilson College
  • Marian University
  • Ripon College
  • University of California-Santa Cruz
  • University of Colorado Boulder
  • Virginia Intermont College


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