USA Cycling announces its 2016 Olympic long teams for the men's and women's mountain bike events, as well as the women's road events.
USA Cycling is changing its fee structure for 2016 licenses. Here are the details.
New North American Cycle Sport (NACS) organization may offer more options for grassroots race organizers — will it truly challenge USAC?
With increased license fees, frequent amateur anti-doping tests are on the horizon, as USAC responds to concerns about cheating.
USA Cycling CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall says the organization needs to tighten its belt and find ways to appeal to non-traditional events.
USA Cycling will do away with division I and II designations and offer separate varsity/club categories at national championships.
USA Cycling's move to merge NRC and NCC calendars is a good one, but now the organization needs to develop a clear vision for the future.
USA Cycling set to triple its anti-doping efforts, drop one-day license prices, and add a one-day option for higher category racers in 2016
After four years of split calendars, USAC will go back to one single calendar for professional road races, but it will be criterium-heavy.
USA Cycling will not host 2016 amateur road nationals in North Lake Tahoe. It will announce an alternate venue on Friday.