Hurricane Harvey, which brought unprecedented amounts of rainfall throughout the southern region of the country, has hit the Ohio River valley. Forecasts are calling for up to 6" of rain throughout Friday, Sept 1st. At the time of writing, the Cardinal Cup, with its Cross Country and Downhill Courses at Ft. Duffield in West Point, … Continue reading #CardinalCup weather and course update Mid-Day, Sept 1
You're in luck pal. Pre-registration ended for the Cardinal Cup at Midnight last night, but if you still want to race mountain bikes, we won't turn you away. Here's what we can do for you if you decide to race last minute. One-Day Licenses USA Cycling really likes mountain bikers. Because of this, they allow … Continue reading I forgot to Pre-Reg but I want to race. What do I do?
It's that time of the week! We're into the single digits of the countdown and we're dotting the i's and crossing the t's. Course Changes If you've ever raced at Ft. Duffield during the Kentucky Points Series races, get ready, because we've changed up the cross country course. It's a shorter loop now, and it travels … Continue reading Course Updates and Pre-Reg Info for Cardinal Cup
As I drove Comm. Car 2 around Cherokee Park at 45 mph during the USA Cycling Amateur Road National Championships, I got to talk with the official in the passenger's seat. I told him that while I was in college I had been a part of a collegiate club and currently volunteer my time as … Continue reading Journal: Why the Cardinal Cup is Different
The leadership of the Student Cycling Coalition has kept a close eye on the weather for this weekend's Cardinal Criterium. USA Cycling, Louisville Metro Parks, conference officials and the IN/KY Cycling Association have all concluded the weather will not affect the Cardinal Criterium on March 11 and 12. Weather reports have changed nearly hourly, but … Continue reading Weather Update for #CardinalCrit
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Belknap Campus and schedule alterations released for March 11 & 12 event.
The 2016 Mid West Collegiate Cycling Conference road season was historic in some ways. It saw the addition of a new event, inclement weather and was the final season with divisional rankings that mixed varsity and club teams alike. At the conclusion of the Conference Championships hosted by Purdue University, UofL cycling finished 12th of … Continue reading 2016 in Review: UofL Cycling 12th in MWCCC Road Season