USA Cycling Development Programs Roster

There is not one, set roster for USA Cycling’s National Development Programs. USA Cycling uses a more inclusive “pool” model for its development programs which gives many more athletes the opportunity for exposure and experience at the next level. In 2012 alone, approximately 300 individual riders took part in USA Cycling’s National Development Program, gaining valuable race experience through 1,900 fully supported race days.
 
USA Cycling maintains development programs across many levels and disciplines of the sport including: men’s and women’s espoir endurance programs, men’s and women’s junior endurance programs (both 15-16 and 17-18 age divisions), men’s and women’s mountain bike, cyclo-cross and BMX development programs and a sprint track program.  
 
Over the last decade hundreds of riders have participated in USA Cycling’s National Development Programs, including:

Grace Alexander
Seth Angevine
Jesse Antony
Brad Armstrong
Rahsaan Bahati
Chris Barton
Ryan Baumann
Eric Bennett
Matthew Brandt
Jill Behlen
Davis Bentley
Derik Bergh
Chad Beyer
Nieko Biskener
Zachary Bolian
Brent Bookwalter
Tiffany Bontorno
Daniel Bowman
Kevin Bouchard
Alex Boyd
Benjamin Bradshaw
Brad Bucambusso
Maliek Byndloss
Blake Caldwell
Colin Cares
Austin Carroll
Damian Cherepko
Sutter Choisser
Tyler Coplea
Tristan Cowie
Cody Cox
Steven Cozza
Adam Craig
Brooke Crain
Matthew Crane
Michael Creed
Will Curtis
Dominique Daniels
Robert Dapice
Jesse Day
Matt Decanio
Sheldon Deeny
John Delong
Chris Deluise
Anthony DeRosa
John Devine
Peter Devore
Ulric Deyoug
Ian Dille
Amy Dombroski
Trevor Downing
Timothy Duggan
Carly Dyar
Guy East
Tad Elliott
Eric Emsky
Stephen Ettinger
Jonathan Erdelyi
Lucas Euser
Brian Fagan
Caleb Fairly
Tyler Farrar
Walker Ferguson
Kyle Fernandez
Jacob Fetty
Russell Finsterwald
Connor Fields
Kevin Fish
Mike Friedman
Mark Fitzgerald
Steve Flynn
Chloe Forsman
Nick Frey
William Frischkorn
Jared Garcia
Wesley Geer
Ryan Geiger
Dani George
Stuart Gillespie
Ethan Gilmour
Shay Glynn
Bryce Gordon
Cypress Gorry
Zachary Grabowski
Gregg Gremer
Andy Guptill
Kaila Hart
Wesley Hartman
Jazmyne Harvey
Chad Hatley
Danny Heeley
Todd Henderson
Austin (AJ) Hiatt
Jack Hinkens
Mitchell Hoke
Daniel Holloway
Cole House
Max Houtzager
Brad Huff
Conor Hurley
John Hygeland
Dane Jankowiak
Keith Jennings
Brice Jones
Sam Jurekovic
Kevin Kane
Brady Kappius
Kit Karzen
Ryan Keels
Cody Kelley
Seth Kemp
Joshua Kerkhof
Austin King
Edward King
Bryan Kipp
Heidi Kloser
Damon Kluck
Nicholas Koehler
Wes Lamberson
Ryan Lane
Craig Lewis
Travis Livermon
Austin Loebe
Donny Lopez
Cameron Lowery
Sterling Magnell
Andrew Manart
Meghan Matthews
Patrick McCarty
Zach McDonald
Ian McKissick
Nathan Miller
Brandi Millgan
Shawn Milne
Basil Milsal
Jordan Miranda
Nathan Mitchel
Ian Moir
John Murphy
David Nelson
Rusty Nesvig
Kirk O’bee
Lain Van Ogle
Bailey Olguin
Aaron Olson
Cody O’Reilly
Colin Osborn
Nathan Padilla
Jonathan Parrish
Alicia Rose Pastore
Danny Pate
Tom Peterson
Justin Posey
Shayna Powless
Saul Raisin
Kiel Reijnen
Timmy Reinhart
Nick Reistad
Chase Renick
Jonathan Retseck
Justin Riddell
Eric Riggs
Desiree Roeder
Alexis Ryan
Jordan Ryan
Peter Salon
Walker Savidge
Tyler Schaefer
Michael Scherrer
Sam Schultz
Bjorn Selander
Dakota Senger
Jordan Seward
Corben Sharrah
Angetti Sheldrake
Iggy Silva
William Skinner
Aaron Snyder
Kevin Soller
Justin Spinelli
Rob Squire
Shelby Stacy
Riley Stair
Felicia Stancil
William Steinbrecher
Peter Salon
Jackson Stewart
Scott Stewart
Oliver Stiller
Chris Stockburger
Dale Suttle
Keegan Swenson
Jess Swiggers
Adam Switters
Lydia Tanner
Hans Taufen
Darby Thomas
Joshua Thornton
Nathan Treto
Taylor Tolleson
Tejay van Garderen
Ashley Verhagen
Brad Viera
Mike Voigt
Paul Wassenaar
Alex Welsh
David Wenger
Kerry Werner
Lauren Whisler
Tyler Whitfield
Matt Wiebe
Casey Williams
David Winston
David Wiswell
Taylor Wolcott
Michael Wolf
Derek Wilkerson
Philip Zajicek
David Zabriskie
Erica Zaveta
Audrey Zuloaga

 


 


 


 


   

About USA Cycling’s National Development Programs
One of USA Cycling’s dual missions is to achieve sustained success in international cycling competition. To that end, USA Cycling maintains development programs for all disciplines of competitive cycling, including men’s and women’s U25 and junior road; mountain bike; track (endurance and sprint) and BMX development programs. These programs provide a structured pathway to the top tier of the sport through athlete development that begins with Junior racing series, Regional Talent ID Camps and racing and moves through to international competition. For more about USA Cycling’s Regional Talent ID Camps, click here.

 



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