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To all USA Cycling Clubs: 14th Annual Club of the Year Award Program
Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Dear USA Cycling Clubs:

Thank you for your continued commitment to USA Cycling. We are anticipating another exciting year for the sport of cycling.

As we close out another great year, it is time for the 14th annual Club of the Year Award Program. The purpose of the program is to recognize USA Cycling clubs that have made an exceptional effort to develop programs that promote all aspects of competitive cycling.

Clubs with a large membership base, as well as clubs with a smaller membership base, can be recognized for their accomplishments. There are three different levels for the overall Club of the Year Award:

1. Division I (76 + members)
2. Division II (30-75 members)
3. Division III (1-29 members)

There will also be a number of special awards to recognize clubs in the following areas: junior’s program, master’s program, track, mountain biking, women’s program, collegiate development, and best new club.

USA Cycling received impressive entries in 2003 and was pleased to announce the following winners:

Collegiate Club of the Year
Rams Cycling; Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO

Mountain Bike Club of the Year
Nevada Union High School Nevada City, CA

Track Club of the Year
East Coast Velo Mohnton, PA

Best New Club of 2003
Skylands Cycling Sussex, NJ

Women’s Club of the Year
Bay Area Velo Girls San Mateo, CA

Master’s Club of the Year
Mercy Fitness Fort Smith, AR

Junior/H.S. Club of the Year
Rad Racing Northwest Olympia, WA

Division III Club of the Year (1-29 members)
Desert Foxes Tucson, AZ

Division II Club of the Year (30-75 members)
Artemis Silver Spring, MD

Division I Club of the Year (76+ members)
Team Snow Valley Annapolis, MD

Applications for the 2004 Club of the Year are available online at or you may call Lydia Bosch at 719/866-4800 to request a mailed copy. Please submit your applications to: Club of the Year, USA Cycling, 1 Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs, CO 80909. All applications must be postmarked by Friday, November 19. Winning clubs will be notified by December 10 and announced on the USA Cycling website. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me between 8:00 and 4:30 pm (mountain time) at 719/ 866-4800 or [email protected]. We look forward to reviewing your submission.

Good Luck and Best in Cycling!

Lydia Bosch
USAC Results & Rankings Coordinator

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