USA Cycling 2009 Northwest Athlete Development Camps - June
2009 Northwest Athlete Development Camps
Forest Grove, OR
EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS APRIL 30TH. If you haven't heard back from a pending "request for eligibility" and are waiting on that to register, please contact me. Must have current USAC License.
The camp will be held on June 14-19th, 2009 - and is being hosted at Pacific University in Forest Grove about 30 minutes from Portland.Â
Please follow this link for the USA Cycling Development Foundation (http://www.usacdf.org). There is an application on the website. Please read application very carefully and follow all directions. Note that the award money will not cover the entire costs of the camp, so other fundraising activities should be explored.
- Female and Male cyclists, Juniors aged 14â€“18, and Seniors
age 19â€“22 (racing age)
- Some racing experience preferred (Collegiate A/B, Cat 3/4)
- High school or Collegiate varsity sport experience
- Road racing skills development
- Plenty of group-riding/skills development
- Talent identification
- Workshops on racing, training, nutrition, sport psychology & bike maintenance
- Q&A session and group rides with Pro/Top Amateur riders
- Automatic Qualifiers, Register at: http://www.usacycling.org.
Click â€œMy USA Cyclingâ€ link.
- Request Eligibility
Cost for the camp is $750.00 for the week, which includes room, board and all instructional fees.Â There is an early-bird registration discount of $50.00 if you register prior to 30 April 2009 and a discount ($75.00/each) for "teammates" of 3 or more...which if registered during the "early-bird" period would bring the individual registration cost down to $625.00/athlete.
The top-2 athletes in each camp will be nominated by the USA Cycling Athlete Development Camp Coaching Staff to attend the USA Cycling National Talent Identification Camp at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, October 15-19, 2009. Although this does not guarantee an invitation to the National Talent Identification Camp, it does ensure that a rider is on the right path to advancing through the USA Cycling Pipeline. Further, many of the camps will be selecting riders to participate as regional teams in national or international races like The Tour of the Red River Gorge, Le Tour de lâ€™Abitibi, U.S. Cup, and the Yankee Clipper at Windham Mountain.
2043 College Way
Forest Grove, Oregon 97116
USA Cycling Website:
Juniors USA Cycling:
Camp FAQ PDF:
Athlete Testimonials PDF:
USA Cycling Development Foundation