Weather Update for #CardinalCrit

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

2016 in Review: UofL Cycling 12th in MWCCC Road Season

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

Francisco Wins Twice, Mountain Bike Squad Shines at Marian

By Abner Miralda The University of Louisville mountain bike squad traveled to Indianapolis to earn nine total podium finishes including two wins by James Francisco at the Mid West Collegiate Cycling Conference race weekend hosted by Marian University. On Saturday, freshman James Francisco powered into third place in the B's Short Track Cross Country race, … Continue reading Francisco Wins Twice, Mountain Bike Squad Shines at Marian

Weekend Wheelhouse: MWCCC Road and individual recognition

The road team competed at the Lindsey Wilson College Road Race while Emma Coakley and Mark Renn earned individual recognition in the Shelbyville Triathlon Series and the Downhill Southeast Series. By Abner Miralda After a week-long training camp outside Asheville, North Carolina, the UofL Cycling road team competed in the Lindsey Wilson College road race … Continue reading Weekend Wheelhouse: MWCCC Road and individual recognition

Francisco 18th, King 43rd at Cyclocross Nationals

Asheville, N.C.-- On a muddy and difficult course at the Biltmore Estate that featured more than 400 vertical feet of climbing in a roughly one mile course, John Francisco rode to 18th place while Ben King rode to 43rd place at the USA Cycling Collegiate Cyclocross National Championships. The event marked the fourth time UofL … Continue reading Francisco 18th, King 43rd at Cyclocross Nationals

John Francisco Wins Mid-West Conference Cyclocross Championship

St. Charles, Mo.- John Francisco became the first-ever Louisville Cardinal to earn a USA Cycling Mid-West Collegiate Cycling Conference crown, winning this year’s championship race, The Lindenwood University Cyclocross Challenge. Ben King earned second place behind Francisco for a Cardinal one-two in the top-ranked Men’s A field. In the Men’s B race, Rikus Van Zyl … Continue reading John Francisco Wins Mid-West Conference Cyclocross Championship

Four Cardinals Compete in Triathlon Conference Championships

By Abner Miralda Muncie, Ind. — Building on Mike Baird’s 2nd place finish at Michigan State, Cards earn a top-25 in the Men’s event and a top-15 in the Women’s group. The unique distance Muncie Man Triathlon served as the MECTC Conference Championship. The difficult Muncie Man Triathlon featured a 1.5k swim, a 61.8k bike, … Continue reading Four Cardinals Compete in Triathlon Conference Championships

Team Time Trial 2nd, 9 Top-10 Finishes for Cards in opening Collegiate Race Weekend

Columbia, Ky.— Amid a weekend full of crashes and heartbreak for the Lindsey Wilson College cycling team, UofL’s Mens’ D Team Time Trial team earns second place, while several riders go on to contest top ten finishes in the inaugural Mid-West Collegiate Cycling Conference race weekend hosted by Lindsey Wilson College on March 21st and … Continue reading Team Time Trial 2nd, 9 Top-10 Finishes for Cards in opening Collegiate Race Weekend

UofL Cycling Named Largest New Team in the Country

USA Cycling asked current team president Abner Miralda how it all unfolded, and what the future of the team looks like.

First Pop Up Cycle Station of 2015

Louisville, Ky.- The Student Cycling Coalition began its campus outreach of 2015 with this year’s first campus Pop Up Cycle Station. The SCC offered free bicycle repairs to UofL students, while the Engage Lead and Serve Green Initiatives Board was present to help register bicycles for the University Police database. The event was held at … Continue reading First Pop Up Cycle Station of 2015