Registration Open for 2011 USA Cycling High School Summit


USA Cycling is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the second annual High School Cycling Summit, to be held on October 21st in conjunction with the USA Cycling Juniors Cycling Conference at West Virginia University in Morgantown. The summit is a unique opportunity for coaches to learn the best practices for establishing and running interscholastic cycling teams and race series for high school athletes. Anyone interested in growing the sport of cycling at the high school level is encouraged to sign up now to attend the summit.

The cost to register is only $50, which includes lunch. Attendees can also register for a group dinner with the presenters for only $25 more. As an added incentive, all registrants for the Juniors Coaching Cycling Conference will receive a coupon code to register for the High School Cycling Summit for free. To register, simply log into your MY USAC account and click on Register for an Event, or if you’re already logged in, click here to sign up!

Presenters will include:
·         Peter Hufnagel and Andy Guptill of the Miller School of Albemarle Cycling Team and the Virginia High School Mountain Bike Series
·         Andrew Armstrong of the Texas High School Cycling League
·         Steve Kinley of the Michigan Interscholastic Cycling Association
·         Jason McMillan of the Sierra Nevada High School Racing Series
·         Tom Sunday of the Forest Acres Cycling Team

Topics will include:
·         Starting and Managing a High School Cycling Team
·         Organizing a High School Cycling Race Series
·         Reaching out to Other Schools and Building Momentum
·         Shared Best Practices from Successful Programs

Questions about the 2011 USA Cycling High School Summit should be directed to Jeffrey Hansen, USA Cycling High School and Collegiate Program Manager by email at or by phone at (719) 434-4215.

Stay up to date on the latest news about the summit on the USAC High School Cycling page.

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