The Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference
The Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC) is one of the eleven regional conferences that make up USA Cycling Collegiate. It is a volunteer based, non-profit organization that coordinates collegiate cycling teams and races for all colleges and universities from Delaware to Maine. Over a thousand student athletes from seventy schools compete each year in ECCC track, mountain bike, cyclocross, and road racing seasons.
The following are a few resources with more information about the conference:
- Contact Information
How to get in touch with all the volunteers that make the ECCC happen.
- ECCC Clubs
A map and list of the licensed clubs in the conference (does not include Montreal schools).
- ECCC Race Data
Participation data for over a decade of road seasons and the last several years of MTB.
- ECCC Logos
Conference logos for use on team clothes and websites.
These articles also provide some general background information:
- What is the ECCC?
A short article from Liberty Sports Magazine overviewing the conference.
- Collegiate Cycling Welcome
The basic mission of collegiate cycling and 60,000 foot overview.
- Collegiate Cycling History
A quick synopsis of collegiate cycling's history, much of which comes from the Eastern Conference.