UCI and Domestic Elite Team Information

  
  


UCI Teams

Welcome to the UCI Team section of our website. Every year the UCI decides the basic structure and team format for UCI teams, but it is the national federation that manages the process. On this page you will find information regarding the 2015 UCI rules for team composition, timelines for submission of applications, other documents, and other regulations regarding teams.

For information about the process of registering the various types of UCI teams, please click on one of the links below:

Note that UCI ProTeams and UCI Professional Continental Teams are managed directly by the UCI.

 

Domestic Elite Teams

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In an effort to better organize the top level of road cycling in the United States, USA Cycling created a category of road team that is above a club but not yet a UCI-registered team. These Domestic Elite Teams offer a stepping stone to the professional level and better solidify the position of teams competing at the National Racing Calendar (NRC) / National Criterium Calendar (NCC) level. Both men's and women's teams wishing to accrue NRC/NCC team points must either list at this level or as a UCI-registered team.

For information about NRC scoring and the process of registering as a Domestic Elite Team, please click on one of the links below:

 

For more information or if you have questions regarding UCI or Domestic Elite Teams, please contact:

Tom Mahoney
Technical Programs Manager
tmahoney@usacycling.org
719-434-4216



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