2014 Mountain Bike Omnium #mtbomnium

2014 Mountain Bike Omnium Flyer

IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN! Georgia Tech hosts its 10th annual mountain bike race at the Georgia International Horse Park October 4th and 5th.

The Georgia Tech Mountain Bike Omnium brings back Collegiate Omnium from last year’s Granite Assault and we’ve added and OPEN CATEGORY XC race on Sunday for Expert, Sport and Beginner Men, Women and Juniors.


For more information, head over to our event page: http://gtcycling.com/events/mtbomnium/

2014 SECCC Track Cup p/b Georgia Tech Cycling, Saturday August 23rd

This August, the best collegiate track cyclists in the southeast will again descend on Dick Lane Velodrome in East Point, Atlanta to compete for the SECCC Track Cup!  The Southeast Collegiate Cycling Conference (SECCC) will be having only one track race this year, and Georgia Tech Cycling is proud to again be hosting this event with Dick Lane Velodrome.

New this year: We’re adding high school category races!  So come on down to the velodrome on Saturday, August 23rd for you chance to compete in, or just watch cycling’s fastest, most exciting, and most spectator friendly discipline!  Racing starts at 4PM!

Are you a collegiate or high school cyclist that wants to compete but has never ridden on a track before?  Well you’re in luck, because Dick Lane Velodrome has offered to host a beginner’s track class the morning before the races, for the 50% off price of just $30!  Don’t miss this great chance to get started on the track!

Please see the race flyer below, but send any additional questions to wryancollins@gatech.edu.  Looking forward to seeing you there!

RSVP on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/events/722939311087612/

2014 SECCC Track Cup Flyer (7.29.2014)

Send Georgia Tech to Collegiate Road Nationals!

christian and hodges

After a full spring semester of racing, our category A riders, Andrew Hodges, Christian DiCenso and Ryan Collins have qualified to attend the 2014 Collegiate Road Nationals in Richmond, VA from May 2-4. This year, the course is a test-bed for the World Road Championships in 2015. It’s a HUGE honor to be representing Georgia Tech on such a prestigious course and this is our first time sending athletes to Road Nationals since 2010.

We need your help to pay for gas (using a Georgia Tech supplied vehicle), hotel and food for the racers over the weekend. We’ve secured $547 of preliminary funding for gas and entry fees from the Georgia Tech Student Government Association, but we still need additional funding for entry fees, gas, hotel and food to reach our calculated budget of $1508.42 (The target amount is $960 to make up the disparity between SGA funds and our budget). To donate, follow this link http://tilt.tc/z0ib to our Crowd Tilt campaign.

If you would like to contact us for more questions or a private donation, please email gatechcycling@gmail.com