Medical expert Dr. Michael Roshon will give an update on the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and all the precautions the cycling community should take to avoid the transmission of this coronavirus.
Our New Membership
We believe winning can look like earning a gold medal, completing your first century, or learning to ride without training wheels. Joining the this community means supporting successful, safe, fun, accessible riding and racing for all cyclists.Read More
Your Membership Helps To
Unite The Community
Our mission is to develop the sport of cycling in the United States at all levels by bringing together cyclists, coaches, event promoters, community leaders, volunteers, and fans to form communities of those who want to see the sport of cycling prosper. We harness the passion so many have for cycling and turn it into opportunities for us all to enjoy the sport together.
Develop Our Nation’s Best
We identify, develop, and support athletes to represent the United States at the biggest events in the world, from the Tour de France to the Olympics. We’re proud of the legacy of outstanding American cyclists we’ve helped create, and with your support, we can continue bringing promising talent from the neighborhood cul-de-sac to the Olympic podium.
Protect & Promote Our Sport
Cycling is a rich and widely loved sport, but it needs protecting and nurturing. We partner with individuals and organizations to enhance cycling safety, advocate for cyclists rights, and promote the positive impact cycling has on individuals and communities across the country.
Support American Cycling
There’s a lot of great information online today to keep riders abreast of the latest news, advice, and training tips to get us all through the COVID-19 crises. While we’re also working to create great content for you, we’re not going to reinvent the wheel; instead, we’ll share articles as we find them to give you a one-stop shop for information to keep you rolling even if you’re trapped inside.
In order to be named to the Academic All-Star class athletes must compete at one of the USA Cycling National Championships and have a term GPA of at least 3.5.