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    Serving Pro Cycling

  Sport is facing a crossroads with headlines not about highlights and accomplishments, but rather scandal and corruption on a regular basis and cycling is no different. There needs to be a cultural shift, a new generation of athletes who are committed to living with integrity.

AIA Cycling is passionate about the sport of cycling and we care deeply about the athletes who compete in it. We are dedicated to serve, support, and mentor these athletes to encourage and equip them in the search for significance and purpose in sport and in life. 

With a season that for some starts in January and finishes in October, cyclists can feel isolated and long for community and connection that is hard to find. That’s why we’re passionate about connecting with cyclists in their communities and exposing them to a new way of pursuing sport and living life. Whether you’re looking to grow spiritually or just get connected with other cyclists, we’d be honored to serve you at an upcoming race and support you throughout the year. 

We dream of seeing the sport of cycling transformed and are honored to be a part of the next generation. We are already seeing this next generation of cyclists raised up who are impacting sport, society, and culture through their positive examples. 

We serve, support and mentor elite junior/U23, collegiate, and professional cyclists virtually, locally, and globally by…

- organizing chapel services at premier races

- hosting training camps 

- providing mentorship through individual appointments and small groups 

- offering an off-season service project in Tijuana, Mexico

- Resourcing cycling teams by providing leadership and character development

Calendar

Spring 2018
  • AIA Europe Cycling Project
    Girona, Spain and W. Europe / February 16th - April 17th

  • UCI Track World Championships
    Apeldoorn, Netherlands / February 28th - March 4th

  • Volta Catalunya
    Spain / March 19th - 25th

  • Ghent-Wevelgem
    Belgium / March 25th

  • Joe Martin Stage Race
    Fayetteville, Arkansas / April 12th - 15th

  • USA Crit Series - Speedweek
    Southeast U.S. / April 22nd - 30th

  • Redlands Bicycle Classic
    Redlands, California / May 2nd - 6th

  • Amgen Tour of California
    California / May 13th - 19th

Summer 2018
  • Cascade Classic
    Bend, Oregon / May 31st - June 3rd

  • Philadelphia Classic
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / June 3rd

  • Tour de Beauce
    Saint George, Canada / June 13th - 17th

  • U.S. Professional Road, TT, and Criterium Championships
    Knoxville, Tennesee / June 21st - 24th

  • U.S. Amateur National Championships
    Hagerstown, MD / July 26th - 29th

  • Tour of Utah
    Utah / August 6th - 12th

  • Tour of Colorado
    Colorado / August 16th - 19th

Fall 2018
  • Interbike
    Reno, Nevada / September 18th - 20th

  • Hope Sports Home Build
    Tijuana, Mexico / November 2nd - 4th


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Resources

WHAT IS CHARACTER?


"Do my athletes have it?"
a coach asks.

"Do my teammates have it?" asks a rider.

"How can I grow in character?" "Do I have character?"

Character is an interesting topic because it means different things to different people. Total Athlete has created 12 character study topics for coaches and athletic influencers to use in their sport setting.

Each session includes an explanation on why we are talking about this topic, an outline for your presentation, an example of the presentation, and an application sections. This is a great way to start talking about character within your team.

Because character doesn't change overnight we also have content coming to the Academy for each topic along with mentors to help your athletes stay accountable and grow.

Sign up to receive the first session 

WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAYS ABOUT CHARACTER?

HOW DOES IT RELATE TO CYCLING? 

Learn, grow, and apply these character principles to your life in and out of the sport. Feel free to share them with your friends, teammates, and cycling club!

Contact

Contact Todd Henriksen at todd.henriksen@athletesinaction.org