The Washington Student Cycling League is a holistic mountain bike program for students grade 6-12. We are a non-profit organization that partners with schools and community organizations to provide inclusive cycling opportunities to all students across the state.
Our mission is to promote youth development, confidence, leadership, health and public stewardship through mountain biking and positive outdoor experience and to create a foundation for lifelong cycling enjoyment.
Cycling teaches all of us that goal-setting, persistence and tackling one mile at a time can lead to unimaginable achievements.
Education • Leadership • Mentorship • Stewardship
Skills • Practice • Trail Exploration
Competition • Individual Fitness Goal Achievement
A lifelong passion of cycling
State Championship race is in
2018 SPRING LEAGUE
September 1 – December 31
Pre-Season (not all teams participate)
Teams must apply and be approved for Pre-Season activities.
January 1 – June 15
Spring League Program Starts
Registration opens. Contact your coach for a registration code
Late Registration for Students: Coach and League Approval Required.
Petition for Race Category Change Due for Race 1
Registration Deadline for New Riders Racing Race 1
April 27 = = > Extended to April 29 (11:59pm)
Petition for Race Category Change Due for Race 2
Registration Deadline for New Riders Racing Race 2
Registration Deadline for Any New Riders for 2018 Spring League
Petition for Race Category Change Due for Race 3
Petition for Race Category Change Due for Race 4
April 22: 360 Park – Gig Harbor, WA
May 6: Joint Base Lewis McChord – JBLM, WA
May 20: Downtown Roslyn – Roslyn, WA
June 3: Squilchuck State Park – Wenatchee, WA (State Championship)
Updates & New Information
Series Team Leaders
1. Inland NW Composite, 1446 points
2. Wenatchee Valley Composite, 1423 points
3. Bainbridge Island, 1301 points
1. Lake Washington Composite, 1416 points
2. Inland NW Composite, 1395 points
2. Wenatchee Valley Composite, 1391 points
2018 RACING RULES
Q. Can riders receive assistance while racing?
A. Yes, except for JV and Varsity riders.
Q. If a rider suffers a mechanical and his/her bike does not work, can they finish the race on a different bike?
A. No. Riders must ride the same bike for the entire race. Switching bikes is not considered mechanical assistance. The switching bike rule applies to all riders.
Q. Can I do a wheelie while on course?
A. No. This is a violation of the “Practice Controlled Riding” section of the rider expectations.
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