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.

To get started, you might use one of our content portals:

More general information is in the overview, including a conference map! Otherwise, you might find what you need in the sitemap.

ECCC Blogosphere

  • Road 2014: Week 7, Nittany Cycling Classic
    Black Moshannon Road Race. Fraternity Row Criterium. Pennsylvania State University. These are the legendary landmarks of the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference, and the popular races that draw riders from all over to test their mettle in the Nittany Cycling Classic hosted by Penn State. With finals starting for some schools and Easter Sunday, there was [&]

  • Track Season on the Blocks!
    With the road season wrapping up, we know youre anxious to use that fitness youve accumulated. Hopefully youre not quite finished with collegiate racing for the spring and summer, as were pleased to present you with the 2014 collegiate track season! Showdown in T-Town This years track schedule kicks off May 10-11 at the Valley Preferred Velodrome in [&]

In addition to the ECCC Blogosphere, you can also follow ECCC events through the ECCC Twitter feed.

USA Cycling Collegiate News

Latest Site Updates

  • 2014/04/17: Track 2014 Calendar
    The 2014 Track Season calendar has been posted. First race is May 10/11, with several others lined up to follow!
  • 2014/01/20: Blogosphere Relaunch
    The ECCC Blogosphere is being relaunched and the ECCC News Network retired. Look forward to major conference announcements and individual authors to start making an appearance on the Blogosphere!
  • 2013/11/10: ECCC Annual Meeting
    Notes from the 2013 ECCC Annual Meeting can be found here.
The Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference
last modified April 17, 2014, at 08:31 AM