Club Cycling at the University of Virginia, a group comprised of riders from seasoned racers to novice enthusiasts, is geared towards road riding, but members also dabble in cyclocross and mountain biking.  Competition is in the spring, and training and social rides are held regularly.  Club events include training seminars, parties, fundraisers, and exhibitions.  Members receive support for racing.

Optional group rides are held on Saturday mornings at the Graveyard (diagonally across from OHill Dining). The (bike) train leaves at 10am.

Contact Us:

Email: VirginiaCycling ( a ) gmail (dot) com
The clubs main means of communication is our email listserv.  Email VirginiaCycling ( a ) gmail (dot) com if you would like be put on the mail list.

Disclaimer:  Although this organization has members who are University of Virginia students and may have University employees associate or engaged in its activities and affairs, the organization is not a part of or an agency of the University.  It is a separate and independent organization which is responsible for and manages its own activities and affairs.  The University does not direct, supervise or control the organization and is not responsible for the organization’s contracts, acts, or omissions.


10 responses to “About

  1. am a kenyan pro rider here in virginia intrested to join you

  2. Joshua Soboti

    How can i get in contact with your coach?

  3. sergio

    I would like to join the team and go on some rides but I dont really know how to get in touch with you all. Please email me back with a direction to go.

  4. Steven C

    It says you all dabble some in mountain biking? Does UVa ever send riders to mountain competitions or have mountain rides on the weekend. I’ve been riding O’Hill on my own and have been looking for people to ride with.

  5. David

    Dear UVa Cycling Team,

    I train and compete in Los Angeles, and I want to sport my UVa pride on my rides and competitions. Do you sell gear to Alum?

    Go Hoos!

    • Todd Stone

      I echo David’s sentiments, above. I am an alum and avid road cyclist in Indiana and would love to support the club by showing off the UVa kit in the Midwest. Any chance of this? Wahoowa!

  6. Three feet to pass, in VA Senate THIS MORNING

    “Three feet to pass a cyclist in a car.” This morning, SB 566 will be heard in committee in the Virginia Senate. SB 566 is the Senate version of Virginia’s own three feet legislation, but it also outlaws tailgating, and creates a a new Class 3 misdemeanor of Careless Driving — to counter the difficulty of charging motorists with Reckless Driving when they kill or injure cyclists. This bill, along with the House version HB 1048, are the most directly relevant to cyclists in Virginia this year. Before you go to work today, please contact your Virginia representative, and let them know that you support this legislation.


  7. Dear The Cycling Club at UVA:

    My name is Tim Nagae from Community Television Network, Ann Arbor, Michigan. We produce a local TV show called, “Eco Sense,” which is about energy and environment. The next Eco Sense show will feature the issues of walking and biking with panelists, Eli Cooper of the City of Ann Arbor’s Transportation Specialist and Nancy Shore of the Ann Arbor GetDowntown Program. We have just made a short video, “Why Bike & Walk,” promoting biking and walking activities in town, which will be used during this studio show. The following link is that video that the Ann Arbor Energy Office has just posted.

    I am sending you this video in case you are interested in watching it. I hope you enjoy this video. Thank you.


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