Collegiate Cycling

2010 USA Cycling Collegiate Road Season begins in Tucson

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Colorado Springs, Colo. (February 3, 2009) -- The 2010 USA Cycling Collegiate Road season kicked off last weekend in Tucson with the University of Arizona Criterium, the year’s first collegiate cycling race. The season will begin in earnest across the country in the weeks that follow, but this early season start was a great preview of the excitement to come.

CU talks of 2010 season, coaches, teammates and more.

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See what CU team has to say about Brady Kappius, Zack Stein, Colby Pearce, 2010 nationals and much more in their 2010 state of the union address. Want to find more about Collegiate Cycling in this area? Check out our latest Colorado Collegiate Cycling page dedicated to all the news in collegiate cycling in the front range. Did you miss CSU as they talked about the 2010 season?

As far as races go, we have pretty much the same set as last year, with the addition of a CSU road race and time trial, and no races in Salt Lake City. We definitely want to dominate our own crit just like last year. Our girls team was awesome in Mesa State last year, but the men's team was a little weak, so we're hoping for better results this time around. Fort Lewis College is usually our biggest team competition, so a really strong performance again at Regionals in Durango is important.

CSU Cycling President speak of 2010 season

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From President of the CSU Cycling team Caley Fretz

Like last year, we started the 2010 season with a team training camp in Tucson, AZ. We brought two dozen riders down, ranging from experienced A's to brand new C's. The 8 days of riding we had in Tucson served as a nice fitness boost as well as a means of bringing the team together, getting everyone used to riding with one another and spending some quality time as a group on and off our bikes.

CSU Rams Cycling's membership is up about 30% from last year, to nearly 100 members. Hosting Road Nationals for the past two years, as well as doing well racing at the National level, has provided us with quite of a bit of exposure and increased the number of high-level freshman and transfers we gained this year. More importantly, we've been succesfful in our on-campus recruiting efforts, which have provided us with a good crop of new riders and racers. The strength of our program has always been in development rather than recruiting known talent, so the influx of newer racers bodes well for the future.

A couple goals for this season:
- win the Conference title as a team
- put as many riders on the podium for the conference individual omnium titles as possible

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