First Dual-Conference 2014 MTB Event for NCCCC and MWCCC

Are you heading off to Mizzou for the first of three dual-conference MTB events for 2014?  Don’t forget to pre-register (registration deadline is tomorrow 9/4/2014 10:00 pm MDT or 11:00 pm CDT); and, thank our MWCCC host conference directors.  Race numbers will be assigned by the MWCCC for the three dual-conference events, the MWCCC replacement policies will apply.  Have a great race!

NCCCC Mountain Bike Schedule 2014


September    6-7

University of MissouriColumbia, MO XC/STXC/DH/DS



September 20-21

Ripon College

Mt. Morris, WI




October 4-5

Michigan Tech UniversityHoughton, MI XC/STXC/DH/TR Flyer


The MWCCC has offered to host Dual-Conference Events with the NCCCC, make sure you thank them for their generosity.  There is still time to schedule NCCCC MTB events, interested clubs should contact the Conference Director immediately.

Lindenwood Preview (TTT Info Needed!)

The 2014 road race season opens up this weekend with a trip into MWCCC territory at Lindenwood University. This marks the third year of the MWCCC/NCCCC Challenge – with travelling trophies awarded to the D1 and D2 winning teams.

TTT: Racing starts with the TTT at 9:00 am on Saturday, March 15th. Teams wanting to enter the TTT should contact Matt Jones by Thursday, March 13th so he can compile the start list!

RR: Saturday’s racing continues with the RR, beginning at 11:00 am. The course is EPIC and contains some good hills, some not so good hills, and the potential for some good crosswinds.

Crit: The weekend concludes with a three-corner, 1-kilometer, cobbled masterpiece Crit starting at 9:00 am on Sunday, March 16th.

For all the race details, check out the race flyer and register online to make your weekend go that much smoother!

2014 World University Championships – Poland

Want a unique opportunity to race in Poland? Want to test your skills against an international field? Here’s  your chance!

The “World University Championships” are being held this year in Poland (details can be found here), and the USA is looking for up to 4 category A men and category A women to form a team to compete.

Races are held July 9-15, 2014, but a financial commitment of $2000-$3000 (estimated – which includes registration, transportation, hotel, etc.) is due March 15, 2014.

And yes…this is a short timeframe, but it could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. If you have an interest, contact your Conference Director directly here.

2014 Road Nats Allocations

USA Cycling has announced the start spot allocations for the 2014 Collegiate Road National Championships to be held in Richmond, VA on May 2-4, 2014.

The NCCCC has been awarded the following starting spot allocations:

  • D1 Road Race: 12 starters
  • D1 Criterium: 8 starters
  • D2 Road Race: 11 starters
  • D2 Criterium: 7 starters

For more details, and a comparison on how the NCCCC stacks up against other conferences, check out USAC’s website here.

New Assistant Conference Director

The NCCCC has brought on a new assistant conference director with Amanda Miller joining us this year to fulfill the position.

Racing for Colorado State University (2007-2008), Amanda has an extensive background in collegiate cycling including stints at multiple collegiate national championship events (mountain, cyclocross, and road).

Collegiate cycling was instrumental in helping to launch her professional cycling career, where she continues to race for Team TIBCO/To The Top.

We are excited to have Amanda on board, and she can be contacted at

2014 Road Schedule

After extensive work behind the scenes, the 2014 road schedule is now available!

This year’s schedule features two dual conference events – one with the MWCCC (at Lindenwood University) and one with the SCCCC (at Kansas State University).

The Lindenwood event is scheduled so that schools may either begin or end their spring breaks with a race weekend. Nationals this year will be held in Richmond, Virginia at the 2015 Road World Championships venue, which should give riders plenty of motivation to ride their best throughout the season and qualify for Nats.

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