Sixteen local associations to take part in RaceClean™ program in 2014

  
  


Colorado Springs, Colo. (Jan. 21, 2014) -- USA Cycling is pleased to announce that 16 local associations have signed up for the USA Cycling RaceClean™ program in 2014, a tremendous increase over 2013. Through the RaceClean™ program, USA Cycling matches funds with local associations for up to $3,500 per association to increase drug testing by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency at grassroots events, helping ensure a level playing field while promoting athletes’ health and well-being. The 16 associations that will be participating in the RaceClean™ program represent over 70% of USA Cycling’s members:

 

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Florida Bicycle Racing Association (FBRA)
New York State Bicycle Racing Association (NYSBRA)
Carolinas Cycling Association (CCA)
Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado (BRAC)
Georgia Bicycle Racing Association (GBRA)
Illinois Cycling Association (ICA)
Louisiana/Mississippi Bicycle Racing Association (LAMBRA)
Michigan Bicycle Racing Association (MBRA)
Mid-Atlantic Bicycle Racing Association (MABRA)
New England Bicycle Racing Association (NEBRA)
New Jersey Bicycling Association (NJBA)
Northern California/Nevada Cycling Association (NCNCA)
Pennsylvania Cycling Association (PCA)
Southern California/Nevada Cycling Association (SCNCA)
Tennessee Bicycle Racing Association (TBRA)
Texas Bicycle Racing Association (TXBRA)

For more information on USA Cycling's 
RaceClean™ program click HERE.



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