Four additional programs will bring youth mountain bike racing to the Midwest, upping nationwide total to 31
Junior participation at USA Cycling's mountain bike national championships is soaring. Why is this so important to the overall picture of U.S. bicycle racing?
For years, the National Interscholastic Cycling Association tried to start a mountain bike team in the inner-city community of Richmond. After a volunteer coach spearheaded the project, the new Richmond Composite team is changing lives.
NICA expects to hire new president in the next few weeks, someone its leaders hope will broaden the appeal of high-school cycling in a variety of ways.
Former world champ Jolanda Neff adds some Swiss speed to Trek team; Breck Epic puts up a big prize purse for 2019, and more.
High School mountain bike leagues are pumping thousands of kids into the U.S. cycling scene. What impact has it had on bicycle racing?
The high school NICA league will study injuries for the next two years to better understand the dangers of mountain biking.
We talk with NICA executive Austin McInerny and NICA grad Cody Phillips about why high school mountain biking is so successful.