Do you know a junior cyclist that you can picture riding for Team USA one day?


Do you know a junior cyclist that you can picture riding for Team USA one day?

Most of the cyclists that race for the United States, and have made it to the top tier of the sport, have this in common: They got noticed at a USA Cycling Regional Talent ID Camp.

Attending a Talent ID Camp is the FIRST STEP for a junior (age 14-19) who wants to enter the USA Cycling development pipeline.

Clubs sending 5 or more athletes to a camp will receive a DISCOUNT

Clubs that send five or more athletes to a Talent ID Camp will receive a team discount. For more information on the team discount, please contact Kevin Dessart.

You or a junior you know could enter the Development Pipeline THIS summer!

Five of the Regional Talent ID Camps have sold out for the year, but there are still four opportunities left this summer to get on USA Cycling's radar.

Contact the camp directors listed below to reserve a camp spot now!

July 26-31: Pacific University
Forest Grove, OR - Jim Anderson

Aug. 3-8: Northampton Community College
Bethlehem, PA - Bill Elliston

Aug. 9-14: University of California, Davis
Davis, CA - Dan Smith

Aug. 9-14: Midwestern University
Wichita Falls, TX - David Wenger

The Pacific University Camp ends the day before the NW Junior Stage Race in Washington. Additionally, the Pacific University Camp, and the one at Northamptom Community College, are the final camps used as selection for the Colorado Junior Challenge Stage Race.

Read more about USA Cycling's Regional Talent ID Camps here.

Check out the reasons you (or your junior) should attend a camp here.

This Article Updated July 16, 2015 @ 07:31 PM For more information contact: