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The North Carolina Interscholastic Cycling League is a youth development program for 6th – 12th grade students through cycling in the great outdoors. We strive to create confident and responsible young adults and to provide them with the opportunity to learn about and participate in healthy and active lifestyles. We work to ensure that success by establishing and maintaining safe, quality youth programs around North Carolina regardless of ability level.
- Join the team!We could use your help!Are you interested in working with the league at the league level? The North Carolina Interscholastic Cycling League (NCICL), a project league of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA), is seeking to fill open positions within our league staff to better support the teams and youth of North Carolina. We areContinue reading “Join the team!”
- The Season of Adventure!This season we will not have a race series. Ever since our 2020 season was suspended and subsequently cancelled due to COVID we have been working hard to determine how we would be able to hold races in a safe way that aligns with our current state restrictions on large groups. While we have seenContinue reading “The Season of Adventure!”
- Yayyy for Adventure Day!Adventure Day NCICL presented our first ever Adventure Day at Brumley Nature Forest. Adventure Day required teams of Student Athletes, led by coaches, to navigate their way to various challenge stations around Brumley, and then complete those challenges. On the day of the event, Student-Athletes will arrived on-site and checked in at the registration tentContinue reading “Yayyy for Adventure Day!”
How You Can Get Involved
We have many teams across the state and team eligibility is based on where your student attends school. Find out where they are and how to get your student involved.
You can get involved today by becoming a coach. No prior coaching experience is required and all ability levels are welcome. Be a positive change in the lives of children.
No team at your school or in your area? Find out how to bring NICA to your community.