Schools – Division One
Appalachian State Cycling Team
ASU Cycling is a Club Sport at Appalachian State University and has a rich tradition dating back 10 years. The Team strives to provide students with a high caliber cycling team which competes at the United States Cycling Association Division 1 level in the track, mountain bike, cyclocross, and road disciplines within the ACCC and at the national level.
George Mason University Cycling Club
The George Mason University Cycling Club (Mason Cycling) is an officially recognized athletics club and newest member of ACCC as of January 2014. Mason Cycling is a Co-Ed social and team club and is dedicated in recruiting interested student athletes and educating them in all aspects of collegiate cycling.
James Madison Cycling Team
The mission of JMU Cycling mission is to offer a community for casual road and mountain cycling as well as an avenue for training and cycling competition. We are competitive, but also have plenty of riders that are not as competitive and just casually enjoy cycling as well. This club has about 15-20 members.
NC State Cycling Club
The NC State Cycling Team is a Recreational Sports Club at NC State University. As such, membership is open to students, faculty and staff at NC State. To participate in the collegiate racing, the member must be a full-time student or part-time student. In any of these events, all members of the team may race with the team affiliation of the NC State Cycling team.
Maryland Collegiate Cycling Team
The Maryland Collegiate Cycling Team is a group of graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Maryland, College Park who share a common passion for cycling and the pursuit of bicycle racing. We are a university-sanctioned sports club (non-varsity) run under the direction of Campus Recreation Services (CRS).
University of North Carolina Cycling Team
UNC Cycling Team is a diverse group of UNC students who range from recreational riders to hardcore racers competing in the ACCC in Mountain, Cyclocross, or Road cycling competitions. Our team also gives back to our community by organizing and running bike skills clinics, assisting in charity rides, and cleaning up roads heavily traveled by local cyclists.
University of Virginia Cycling Club
Club Cycling at the University of Virginia, a group comprised of riders from seasoned racers to novice enthusiasts, is geared towards road riding, but members also dabble in cyclocross and mountain biking. Competition is in the spring, and training and social rides are held regularly. Club events include training seminars, parties, fundraisers, and exhibitions.
United States Naval Academy Cycling
Navy Cycling is a club sport sponsored by the U.S. Naval Academy. Its purpose is to represent the physical mission of the Academy while developing teamwork and leadership qualities. Every member of the team is a Midshipman and balances the rigors of academics, military life, and other extra-curricular activities with the demands of cycling.
Virginia Commonwealth University Cycling
Virginia Commonwealth University is an active, student run cycling organization that congregates around the bicycle. Whether to be used to get to class or work, or hit the asphalt or shred the trails, we ride our bikes. VCU’s Cycling Club is notably the 2010 Division II Mountain Bike Champions, and came in 2nd place in points in the 2011 ACCC Conference Championships.
Virginia Tech Cycling Team
The Virginia Tech Cycling Team is a club team focused on improving the cycling community in the Blacksburg, VA area and competing in the ACCC and at the national level. The Team is one of the most active cycling teams within the ACCC and is a strong competitor within the disciplines of track, mountain, cyclocross, and road cycling.
West Virginia University Cycling Team
WVU Cycling participates in Collegiate Mountain and Road seasons along with hundreds of local races a year. WVU’s Cycling Team future goals are to get more cyclist commuters in Morgantown and West Virginia, get more racers/races in the region, and get more people educated about cycling.