Schools – Division Two
American University Cycling Team
The American University Cycling Team is a student run organization focused on competitive road cycling. The team is open to riders of all abilities; members range from complete beginners to top-level national competitors. The AU team prides itself on developing new riders and teaching how to maximize each member’s potential.
Baltimore College of Dentistry Cycling Team [NO WEBSITE]
Belmont Abbey College Cycling Belmont Abbey College Cycling is a first year USA Cycling Varsity Program based in Belmont, NC. The team will compete in all five disciplines in the ACCC with the goal of qualifying riders for the USA Cycling National Championships in each event.
Campbell University Club Cycling Team
The Campbell University Club Cycling Team exists for the purpose of promoting the sport of cycling. Members of Campbell Club Cycling (CCC) work together to help each other improve and become stronger, more competitive cyclists as well as better members of the community and university. Collectively CCC seeks to utilize the ACCC as gateway to qualification for Nationals.
Christopher Newport University Cycling Team [NO WEBSITE]
College of William and Mary Cycling Team
The William and Mary Club Cycling Team exists for the purpose of promoting the sport of cycling, primarily through racing in USA Cycling sanctioned collegiate events. Members of the team work together to help each other improve and become stronger, more competitive cyclists.
Duke University Cycling Team
Duke Cycling (The D’s) are one of the most competitive ACCC Division II teams with A-level racers who compete and win against the best collegiate cyclists in the country. The club is a diverse mix of folks from all parts of the campus community and everyone works to support each other in their goals.
East Carolina University Cycling Team [NO WEBSITE]
Elon University Cycling Team [NO WEBSITE]
George Washington University Cycling Team
The George Washington (GW) Cycling Team is a club sport team at The George Washington University, made up of undergraduate and graduate students who share a passion for road racing. The goal of the GW Cycling Team is to establish a cycling community among GW students and form a team of riders to compete in regional and intercollegiate cycling races.
Georgetown University Cycling Team
Georgetown University Cycling Team (GUCT) focuses on road, mountain, and cyclocross racing and was established to give students interested in cycling, a chance to form a community in order to participate in ACCC and national collegiate events and races. Even if you are not a Georgetown student but you live in the DC area, GUCT invites all to participate in training rides.
Johns Hopkins University Cycling Team
The Johns Hopkins University Cycling Team is Baltimore’s premier collegiate cycling club, with a long legacy dating back to the 1970s. Hopkins Cycling is the hub of all cycling related activities on campus. Although our primary focus is road racing each spring in the ACCC, we are also dedicated to getting more people around campus on their bicycles.
Loyola University Cycling Team
The Loyola Cycling Club began in the spring of 2008 and has grown into a club composed of both students and faculty competing in the ACCC. We invite any undergraduate, graduate, professor, or alumni to ride with us. Members are involved in road, mountain, cyclocross, and even fixies; and we are enthusastic about anything you can pedal.
University of North Carolina-Wilmington Cycling Team [NO WEBSITE]
University of Richmond Cycling Team
UR Cycling competes primarily within the ACCC. Races are hosted by individual schools within our conference, which requires that the team travel nearly every weekend in order to race. We also compete in many non-collegiate races within Richmond and the surrounding areas from March through October.
Wake Forest University Cycling Team
The Wake Forest University Cycling Team (Demon Deacons) began in 2005, when there were only 2 members on the Wake Forest Cycling team. Soon afterward, we started to delve into the competitive nature of collegiate cycling. Regardless of a rider’s experience on the bike or interest in racing, we have a place for every single individual.