Bicycle Colorado (BC) is proud to support the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference (RMCCC).

BC serves as the Local Association (LA) for USA Cycling for the state of Colorado. We are one of the only LAs in the country that actively supports and benefits from a strong relationship with our local collegiate cycling conference.

We incorporate collegiate programs and athletes into our greater cycling community for the benefit of all, and:

  • Work together to build a comprehensive racing calendar
  • Structure events so that both collegiate and non-collegiate groups have the opportunity to race together on the same day
  • Assign race officials
  • Pay for insurance certificates for moto referees to improve safety
  • Offer a Race Kit of event supplies at very reasonable pricing
  • Offer access to our RaceDayReg program for on-site race registration
  • Offer computers and printers for on-site registration and results production
  • Offer radios to our officials and event directors to improve communication and safety
  • Support collegiate events with data validation for registration and results
  • Support collegiate category upgrade requests
  • Support collegiate points standings

Current RMCCC Road Standings

Please see the Current RMCCC Road Standings. Questions?  Please email Lander, our Data Wrangler. Thanks to everyone who has worked so hard on these point calculations!


The RMCCC Consists of the Following Athletic Programs

Colorado Christian University – Davin Griffey

Colorado College – Sadie Fleig

Colorado Mesa University – Patric Rostel

Colorado Mountain College – Admin

Colorado School of Mines – Andrew Hartman

Colorado State University – Lucas Heuseman

Fort Lewis CollegeIan Burnett

Regis University – Sean Burke

US Air Force Academy – Nicholas Surina

University of Colorado at Boulder – Margell Abel

University of Colorado at Denver – Laura Ann Leaton

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs – Gabe Rivera

University of Denver – Griffin Cascarino

University of Northern Colorado – Josh McBride

University of Wyoming – Matt Spencer

Western Colorado University – Jason Tullous


2024 RMCCC Schedule and Events that Feature Collegiate Categories

March 16 – Frostbite Time Trial – Wellington

March 23-24 – CMU’s Maverick Classic – Grand Junction

March 31 – Mines Oredigger Criterium – Golden

April 6 – 31st Boulder Roubaix – Boulder

April 7 – CU Criterium – Niwot

April 13-14 – FLC’s Squawker Classic – Durango

April 20-21 – CSU’s Cobb Lake RR and Oval Criterium – Fort Collins

April 27-28 – Fountain Festival TT and Road Race – Fountain

Please see our Comprehensive Events Calendar for event details, race flyers and links to registration.


Details, Nuts & Bolts

The RMCCC is governed by an Advisory Board and managed by a Conference Director.

The 2024 Interim Conference Director is Jim Castagnieri.

More information on collegiate cycling can be found on USA Cycling’s website and USA Cycling’s Collegiate Cycling Policy Document.


RMCCC Documents:

RMCCC Operating Guidelines

How to Promote a Bike Race

RMCCC Meeting Minutes March 2024

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