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ACCC 2014 Racing Schedule

ACCC 2014 Racing Schedule
Will Massey

BLACKSBURG, VA — It’s time to plan out your collegiate riding schedule for 2014! The following includes that dates and locations of 2013-2014 Cyclocross, 2014 Road, 2014 Mountain, and 2014-2015 Cyclocross Schedules (which are also located on the ACCC website’s Schedule page):

2013-2014 Cyclocross Schedule

  • Nov 02-03 – UVA/VCU
  • Nov 09-10 – VT
  • Nov 16-17 – WAKE
  • Nov 23-24 – NCSU
  • Nov 30-Dec 01 – Rest Week (Thanksgiving)
  • Dec 07-08 – Conference Championships @ ASU
  • Jan 09-13 – CX Nationals @ (Pending)

2014 Road Schedule

  • Feb 01-02 – Rest Week
  • Feb 08-09 – Rest Week
  • Feb 15-16 – NCSU
  • Feb 22-23 – W&M/VCU
  • Mar 01-02 – UNC/UNCW
  • Mar 08-09 – VT
  • Mar 15-16 – Rest Week
  • Mar 22-23 – ASU
  • Mar 29-30 – Duke
  • Apr 05-06 – AU/ECCC Joint Race
  • Apr 12-13 – WVU
  • Apr 19-20 – Rest Week – EASTER
  • Apr 26-27 – Conference Championships @ NAVY
  • May 02-04 – Collegiate Nationals @ Richmond, VA

2014 Mountain Schedule

  • Sep 07-08 – NCSU/Wake
  • Sep 14-15 – VCU/W&M
  • Sep 21-22 – WVU
  • Sep 28-29 – VT
  • Oct 05-06 – UVA
  • Oct 12-13 – Conference Championships @ ASU
  • Oct 19-20 – Rest Week
  • Oct 26-27 – MTB Collegiate Nationals

2014-2015 Cyclocross Schedule

  • Nov 02-03 – UVA/VCU
  • Nov 09-10 – VT
  • Nov 16-17 – Wake
  • Nov 23-24 – NCSU
  • Nov 30-Dec 1 – Rest Week – Thanksgiving
  • Dec 07-08 – Conference Championships @ ASU
  • Jan 09-13 – CX Collegiate Nationals

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. For more information, please check out the ACCC website.