USA Cycling is the national governing body for the sport of cycling. It was organized as the Amateur Bicycle League of America in 1920, incorporated in New York in 1921 and was officially re-named the United States Cycling Federation in 1975.
USA Cycling is the official cycling organization recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and the International cycling Union (UCI) and is responsible for identifying, training and selecting cyclists to represent the United States in international competition. In addition to preparing elite-level athletes for world-class competition, USA Cycling aims to ensure the ongoing safety and development of the sport in America.
The Velo Sports Center at The Home Depot Center is the official training tack of the U.S. National Track Cycling Team. Some of the sport's most elite track cyclists including Sarah Hammer and Taylor Phinney have trained and competed at the Velo Sports Center since it opened in 2004.
For more information on USA Cycling, its athletes and programs, please visit usacycling.org.