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CSU Cycling Club


By Michael Samelson


The CSU Rams Cycling Club strives to provide members with both a high caliber cycling team which competes all cycling disciplines at the regional and national level, and an open cycling community here at Colorado State University. The team’s focus is racing, though we also organize rides and host a variety of social events throughout the school year. We race in the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference (RMCCC), traveling and competing all over Colorado, supported by a variety of local and national sponsors.

The team provides students the opportunity to compete in mountain (XC and DH), track, and cyclocross during the fall semester. Participation in road racing and BMX is during the spring semester.

The club is open to all CSU students. Through riding, racing or leadership, there are plenty of ways to become involved and have great time doing so. The best way to join the team is to come to a meeting, or join us on a ride! We have an easy, beginner paced road ride that leaves the Moby parking lot every Wednesday at 5pm, and mountain bike rides throughout the week. Feel free to contact us with any questions!

We are really just a big group of college kids that like to ride bikes, and are always looking for more people to join the team. We have all different skill levels, from people who are complete beginners to professional athletes, so there is always someone to learn from.

CSU Cycling Team
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