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Wake up every morning in the 'most desirable' city in the United States and share our passion for cycling!

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Who We Serve
USA Cycling serves a vibrant and diverse cycling community of 60,000+ members. The cycling community shares our passion for the sport and a desire to the sport grow at all levels.

Our Benefits

The Perks of Working With Us

At USA Cycling, we share a 'work hard, play hard' philosophy. We give employees a chance to recharge with paid holidays and connect with each other on a WhirlyBall or golf course depending on the event. All eligible employees have a generous medical, dental, vision and 403(b) contribution package. USA Cycling also provides employees with short and long term disability benefits and assistance with financial planning.

Our Team
We are a small but mighty team of 60 employees based in the most desirable city in the country, Colorado Springs! We are looking for positive, hard-working and passionate individuals to help support our mission.
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USA Cycling open positions

Cyclocross Manager

The Cyclocross Manager will be a key role within the Elite Athletics team at USA Cycling, working to identify and develop the next stars of US cyclocross while implementing a strategic plan to nurture the discipline for long term sustainability. It is a remarkable and highly exciting career opportunity for anyone passionate about growing the future of cycling!

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Event Services Coordinator

The Event Services Coordinator is responsible for providing exceptional customer service and support to USA Cycling membership, race directors, clubs, volunteers, and internal staff in order to process, permit and license USA Cycling events. The Event Services Coordinator works in collaboration with fellow staff under the direction of the Director of Event Services to ensure the integrity and growth of competitive cycling in the United States.

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Event Services Regional Manager (Western Region)

The Event Services Regional Managers help USA Cycling build market position by locating, developing, defining, negotiating and closing business relationships in their regions. The ideal candidate will be based in California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Idaho, Montana or Arizona. The position is responsible for building and maintaining strong relationships with event directors and clubs, promoting and selling the services and tools of USA Cycling while working with various constituent groups to help grow the sport of cycling.

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Cyclocross Manager

The Cyclocross Manager will be a key role within the Elite Athletics team at USA Cycling, working to identify and develop the next stars of US cyclocross while implementing a strategic plan to nurture the discipline for long term sustainability. It is a remarkable and highly exciting career opportunity for anyone passionate about growing the future of cycling!

See the full description

Event Services Coordinator

The Event Services Coordinator is responsible for providing exceptional customer service and support to USA Cycling membership, race directors, clubs, volunteers, and internal staff in order to process, permit and license USA Cycling events. The Event Services Coordinator works in collaboration with fellow staff under the direction of the Director of Event Services to ensure the integrity and growth of competitive cycling in the United States.

See the full description

Event Services Regional Manager (Western Region)

The Event Services Regional Managers help USA Cycling build market position by locating, developing, defining, negotiating and closing business relationships in their regions. The ideal candidate will be based in California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Idaho, Montana or Arizona. The position is responsible for building and maintaining strong relationships with event directors and clubs, promoting and selling the services and tools of USA Cycling while working with various constituent groups to help grow the sport of cycling.

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