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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.
- Change in Student Athlete registration deadline (22 Jan 23)Because our first race (Browns Creek, 5 March) is two weeks earlier than last season we need to close student athlete registration on 22 January 2023 to give enough time for race plate ordering.
- NCICL Advisor Board Vice President Announced: Jeff CatheyWe are happy to announce Jeff Cathey as the North Carolina Interscholastic Cycling League Advisor Board Vice President. Jeff brings a wealth of experience to the board leading the Watauga Pioneers as its Team Director and serving as a Coach Supporter for the entire league. In this new role Jeff will help us plan andContinue reading “NCICL Advisor Board Vice President Announced: Jeff Cathey”
- League Summit Dates and Location AnnouncedThe weekend of November 19th and 20th, we’ll make our way to Rocky Mount, NC for a return to a league wide NCICL League Summit. This event brings together coaches and volunteers—both new and experienced—to develop skills and knowledge, share strategies, and build community. With NICA National providing free online Leader Summits (a Level 3Continue reading “League Summit Dates and Location Announced”
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.