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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.
- GRiT Adult Skills ClinicsWe are excited to extend an amazing opportunity to 20 new/beginner female coaches! As part of our Regional GRiT Events we will be hosting two GRiT Adult Skills Clinics to provide a safe, supportive and empowering event for new or beginner Level 1 or 2 female coaches to connect and develop their fundamental bike handlingContinue reading “GRiT Adult Skills Clinics”
- Otis Guy NICA Approved First AidNICA has temporarily approved a virtual NICA Approved First Aid (8 hours) course offered by Otis Guy and we are happy to report that we were able to set up a course for the coaches of North Carolina! NICA Approved First Aid (8 hours) meets the Level 2 and Level 3 first aid requirement forContinue reading “Otis Guy NICA Approved First Aid”
- New Year, New Bike!The New Year, New Bike! Fundraiser will not only support League programs, but we will be splitting funds raised with participating teams!! We would like to thank Trek for their support and generosity! Trek has provided the prizes for our raffle – with the grand prize being a Trek Fuel EX 9.8. Funds raised through this raffleContinue reading “New Year, New Bike!”
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.