USA Cycling releases new PSA video spots

  
  


USA Cycling would like to share a new series of PSA spots set to run on both the Universal Sports and NBC Sports networks. In conjunction with USA Cycling’s dual mission, the spots aim to both to educate cyclists on the importance of our national development program and to encourage recreational riders to try racing.
 
During the brief spots, which range in length from 10 to 30 seconds, viewers will hear from a variety of cyclists whose careers have been shaped through USA Cycling’s National Development Program. Young cycling stars from Lawson Craddock, to Taylor Phinney, to Evie Stevens to Tyler Farrar share how USA Cycling’s pathway helped bring them to the level they compete today.  
 
The goal of USA Cycling’s National Development Program is to grow the sport of cycling by taking talented cyclists from grassroots levels and helping develop them into successful professional cyclists. The more inclusive development, pool program allows USA Cycling to offer many more athletes the opportunity for exposure, development and experience at the next level; training and racing more than 300 young American cyclists around the globe every year.


 
Through raising awareness for these programs, USA Cycling hopes to garner further support for the USA Cycling Development Foundation which directly supports the national development program. Support the future of American cycling with an online donation via www.usacdf.org and help more young cyclists gain the opportunity to reach to the top.  
 

 
Many cyclists are inspired to ride their bike but fear taking that next step into competition. In this short 30 second spot, several successful amateur racers share their stories of making the leap into racing and what it has meant to their lives ever since. 
 


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