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USA Cycling Women's Junior & U23 Road Program
USA Cycling Women's Junior & U23 Road Program

Ride With Us
Support the Journey of Team USA
with a gift to the Women's Endurance Road Program 


We are building.....


  • A better future for Women's Cycling by empowering and inspiring the next generation of young American women through holistic and comprehensive education and development
  • Culture with progressive, competitive and engaged structure to incentivize participation and sustainability 
  • Success through sustained programming that offers our nation's top athletes consistent opportunities to compete against the world's fastest riders
  • Leaders in cycling, leaders in community and leaders for healthy lifestyles  






Junior & U23 Women's Road Development Path


Women's support begins at the local and regional level where opportunities are provided through training, racing and education.  Riders are invited to travel to regional development camps and to attend regional and national competitions. Riders may then earn the opportunity to join the National Team to compete in European events and World Cups.  Olympic Medalist and World Champion Mari Holden leads the Women's effort for USA Cycling. 

2019 Review


  • 12 athletes attended early season development camps which included skills training, strength and conditioning, mental health, sport psychology, SafeSport, clean-competition, team-building and marketing/brand-building education
  • 6 athletes participated in 4 Nations Cup races in Europe prior to World Championships
  • 6 Collegiate "all-star"athletes participated in a development camp prior the Colorado Classic Women's event, subsequently racing as a National Team entry Click Here for More Info
  • 2nd over-all in the Junior Women Nations Cup final standings, Megan Jastrab wins the World Championship road race
  • Total of 288 individual rider training/Racing program days in 2019


Building Champions

  • Juniors typically race more than one cycling discipline during their formative development years
  • Track, Mountain Bike and Cyclocross are all viable "cross-training" events for a road cyclist
  • The number of medals won by road cyclists in other disciplines continues to grow.  The endurance training and depth of road athletes creates great opportunities in these additional disciplines
  • USA Cycling will continue to offer the well-trained road cyclist multiple opportunities on the World and Olympic stage


How to Give to the women's program

  • USA Cycling Foundation is a not-for-profit organization
  • Gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible
  • Gifts may be mailed by check payable to USACF to this address: 
    • USA Cycling Foundation, 210 USA Cycling Point, Colorado Springs, CO 80919 


Click here for on-line giving 

On-line giving is through the Crowell Memorial Fund page, dedicated to the Women's program.


Gifts of Stock, Securities, Private Stocks or Wire Payments are also accepted. Please contact Steve McCauley for those instructions at 719-201-2348 or