This is the homepage of the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC), one of the eleven regional conferences making up USA Cycling Collegiate. The ECCC spans from Delaware to Maine and includes a thousand student athletes from seventy schools competing in track, mountain bike, cyclocross, and road racing events throughout the year.
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- Representatives Election
At least years annual meeting, an important step toward ensuring the longterm continuity of the ECCC was debuted: A nascent but formal Board of Trustees. As discussed, this year were adding two representatives to that board via an election across all of the membership. The Board Like most such structures, the ECCC Board of Trustees has two key objectives: Provide independent strategic & Continue reading Representatives Election
- Changing Seats
“MEN’S A, COME TO THE LINE…” I heard over the megaphone as I was finishing my warm up. That meant that in a short 10 minutes, Men’s Bmyself and thirty-something collegiate racerswould be racing another edition of the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Championships at Black Moshannon State Park. In prior years, that would have meant & Continue reading Changing Seats
- Policies Are For Progress
Very recently, months after it was published to no doubt much impact, some friends finally noticed Ellen Samuels column article Cycles of Gender Testing, published by the NYU Press blog. It attempts to critique the new-ish transgender athlete policies in the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC). The crux of Samuels argument is that the policy & Continue reading Policies Are For Progress
- USA Cycling Adds Lake Superior College as Emerging Varsity Program
Lake Superior College, located in Duluth, MN, is adding collegiate cycling to their athletics program. Duluth is recognized by the International Mountain Bicycling Association with a Gold-Level Ride Center designation.
- Omnium titles decided on muddy final day of Collegiate MTB Nationals in Montana
The third and final day of the 2017 Collegiate MTB National Championships was held Sunday with the varsity short track cross country races and team relays.
- Ten more titles awarded on day two of Collegiate MTB Nationals
Mother Nature forced a shuffling of the schedule but at the end of the day, 10 more national champions were crowned in three different disciplines.
Latest Site Updates
- 2017/11/3: ECCC Annual Meeting
The ECCC Annual Meeting will take place on Sunday, November 5th at Bard College. Contact ECCC Conference Director Tim Manzella or Chairman Joe Kopena for details.