The Arizona State University (ASU) Cycling Club is a group comprised of students, faculty and staff whose common interest is a shared love for cycling. We are a club by and for college students, staff, and faculty at all ASU campuses, including the online campus. ASU Cycling is primarily a development club, which means that we strive to bring people into the sport of cycling and educate and train them to be healthy, knowledgeable, and safe cyclists, whatever type of bike they have. As a USA Cycling-sanctioned collegiate club, we welcome road cyclists, mountain bikers, cyclocross riders, track riders, and BMX riders.
A key part of our focus on the sport of cycling is that we advocate for responsible, safe and healthy cycling practices and to strive for improved cyclist/motorist relations through appropriate action. The club seeks to achieve this purpose through education and by providing a consistent and positive example. This will always be ASU Cycling’s primary function as it is comprised of athletes of all abilities and varying interests and the most crucial ingredient for any member, be they casual or competitive, will always be a prevailing emphasis on bike safety.
With this emphasis in mind, we strive toward having fun and being as competitive as we can be in whichever race we ride. We compete in the Southwest Collegiate Cycling Conference (SWCCC) and we send riders to national championships every year. Go Devils!