The University of Colorado Boulder Cycling Team is comprised of 100+ cycling enthusiasts ranging from novices to neo-professionals. All levels are welcome and everyone will find a degree of involvement that fits with their overall interests and goals. Collegiate cycling has multiple racing categories allowing inexperienced racers to learn and develop while more experienced racers compete against the best in Colorado and the USA.
Competition at the National Championships is between the elite racers on the team, but conference competition is all about team participation with riders at every level contributing to the team's success. The University of Colorado Boulder is a powerhouse in the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference, consistently battling cross-state rival Fort Lewis College for top honors.
While performance and results are important, the team actively encourages each member to reach their potential and to be their best in the University of Colorado Boulder's extraordinary range of challenging academic and extra-curricular opportunities. CU Cycling takes an active role in the larger community volunteering for various sporting and non-sporting events in Boulder and the surrounding area.
Want to join? Come to the Organizational Meeting during the first week of school or come to a team meeting during the year. Meeting schedule is posted on the Announcements page. You can also see what the team is up to by following us on Facebook and Twitter.
The team trains and races in multiple disciplines including Track, MTB Gravity, MTB Endurance, Cyclocross, and Road. Although each discipline can be practiced year round, the team competes according to a schedule set forth by USA Cycling and the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference.
* CU has not yet sent a team to BMX Nationals. We would like to develop the BMX program and field a competitive team. If you are a competitive BMX racer and a current CU student (or planning to attend), please contact the coaching staff: email@example.com
As part of the Club Sports program, CU Cycling receives limited financial and organizational support from the university. Unlike the sports that are part of the Athletic Department, CU Cycling is primarily self-financed and self-run. CU Cycling competes against schools with “varsity teams” that provide significantly more resources to their cycling programs, including scholarships. While the CU’s long-term goals include elevation to varsity status, we continue to be competitive with varsity programs in Colorado and nationwide.