Collegiate Cycling - Team Leadership Guide

  
  


USA Cycling has created a handbook that is intended for the student leaders of collegiate cycling, with the goal of providing essential protocol, tips, tricks, and insight into organizing and managing a collegiate cycling team. Keep in mind that a truly successful collegiate cycling team isn’t just one that wins championships, but also is consistently well organized throughout the years and contributes to the collegiate cycling community.

The handbook covers the following topics:

  • CLUB ORGANIZATION
  • TEAM MANAGEMENT
  • DEALING WITH YOUR SCHOOL
  • FINANCES
  • RECRUITING MEMBERS
  • DEVELOPING AND MAINTAINING FEMALE MEMBERSHIP
  • CLOTHING DESIGN AND ORDERING
Overall, the best step you can take is to download the editable version of this document and adapt it to your team’s specific needs. Add in local and school contact information, provide your successors tips that you learned along the way, and write down everything you do and how you do it, so that next year, when the next person misses a meeting and later finds out that he or she was elected president at that meeting, that person’s not left reinventing the wheel.

Finally, if there is something that you think of that should be in here but isn’t, let us know! This guide is meant for you, and those like you, so don’t be shy about helping to make it better. We want this to evolve in time and become more and more helpful over the years with your help.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE HANDBOOK IN PDF FORM.

 



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