Development Foundation supports promising riders with travel grants

  
  


Cooper Willsey gaining world championship experience in the Netherlands.
Cooper Willsey gaining world championship experience in the Netherlands.
Juniors riders Austin Vincent and Cooper Willsey raced for the U.S. squad at the 2014 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in January thanks to travel grants they received from the USA Cycling Development Foundation.

USA Cycling's National Development Program aims to provide promising young riders with the experience and tools they need to compete at cycling's highest level, and travel grants to compete in world championships are just one of the ways the Foundation helps.

The grants were made possible by generous annual gifts to the USA Cycling Development Foundation. To become a part of the support system for our young American athletes, visit www.usacdf.org.  


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