#RideToCollege Email Series Starts Next Week


Maura Abbott calls it “the most fun part of all of the cycling world” and many alumni agree that collegiate cycling was a huge part of their college experience. Whether you are looking for a way to continue racing after graduating from high school, something fun to do in between classes, or a chance to develop into a world class athlete, collegiate cycling has something to offer you.
Marian leads the men's varsity critAs a junior cyclist we hope you’re looking forward to the chance to join, but first you have to decide on a college. With a growing number of varsity programs and hundreds of club teams, no matter where you choose to go to school, you can race your bike.

So how do you choose? What is the difference between club and varsity? Can you be recruited? What disciplines
are offered? Over the next twelve weeks we will be sending weekly emails that cover these topics and more. You can also join the conversation on Facebook or Twitter using #RideToCollege

Is this the first you have heard of collegiate cycling? Don’t worry; we’ll cover all the basics. For now check out more on our website. We’ve got tons of information to share over the next several weeks.

This Article Updated June 30, 2017 @ 06:41 PM For more information contact: