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ACCC | October 23, 2017

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About Us

Atlantic Collegiate Cycling Conference

The Atlantic Collegiate Cycling Conference (ACCC) is a collection of cycling clubs representing colleges and universities from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina. We are one of eleven conferences that make up the collegiate program of USA Cycling, the national governing body of cycling in the United States. Our athletes compete in road, mountain, and cyclocross racing throughout the academic year at the conference level with hopes of qualifying for the USA Cycling Collegiate National Championships.

Meet Our Staff

We are leaders, students, alumni, coaches, and riders who are passionate about blending road, mountain, and cyclocross athletics into a strong nationally-competitive conference. We work hard, we play hard, and we transform challenges into engaging and memorable events.

Emily Palmer


National Director
USAC Collegiate Program Manager
Phone: 719.434.4215
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Brian Adamchuk


ACCC Conference Director
Before becoming the ACCC Conference Director in 2016, Brian served as the ACCC Assistant Conference Director for 4-years. Brian is as a USA Cycling official, and brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the leadership of the ACCC.
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Justin Evans


ACCC Assistant Director, Road
Justin is a graduate of Appalachian State University with an Undergrad in Exercise Science. He raced for the App State cycling team during his undergrad years, but has a total of eight years of road racing experience in addition to over six years of officiating experience. Justin actively supports ACCC Leadership as the ACCC Assistant Director for Road Biking, and has a USA Cycling CAT-B Official.
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Kyle Bondo


ACCC Assistant Director, Mountain
George Mason Class of 2014
Kyle is a US Navy veteran, and graduate of George Mason University with Masters in Applied Information Technology. He took over the role of ACCC Assistant Director for Mountain Biking in 2016, and still supports the ACCC as their Web Services Coordinator.
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Luke Woodard


ACCC Assistant Director, Cyclocross
Virginia Tech Class of 2017
Luke has been racing in the ACCC since he came to Virginia Tech University in 2012. He has raced Cross, Road and some Mountain, is active in promoting Tech's home races, and was recently selected to serve as the ACCC Assistant Director for Cyclocross.
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Kaleb Naegeli


ACCC Coordinator, Officiating and Scoring
Duke University Class of 2016
Kaleb has been racing in the ACCC as a graduate student at Duke University since the 2011. As Duke's team got better, he took it upon himself to understand how collegiate scoring worked. His interest lead him to be selected as the ACCC Coordinator in charge of officiating all conference scoring, and in making sure the ACCC is following USAC Rule Book Chapter 6 as best as possible.
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