Upcoming Officials Clinics

If you are licensed official, click here to register for clinics.

If you would like to learn more about the Officials Program click here.

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Officials - Category C Online Course
Jun 10th, 2015 10:00AM -
Dec 31st, 2019 1:00AM
Registration closes:
Dec 31st, 2019 1:00AM
Instructor: Chuck Hodge
Do you enjoy bike racing? Do you want to contribute or give back to the sport? What better way than by becoming a licensed USA Cycling Official!

The traditional method for becoming a licensed Official is to attend a local clinic which covers the basics of how to become an official, what role officials play in the sport, what duties officials perform, and what rules are important for a new official to understand.

This online course utilizes the same materials presented at the local clinics, but does it online - allowing you to become an official at any time.

In this course you will be provided with a presentation file, a link to the USA Cycling Rule Book, and a link to the Official's License Application. There will also be a link to an online exam that must be passed before becoming an official. The exam is an open-book test, meaning you are free to utilize the presentation file and rule book while you are completing the exam.

For more information:
Randy Shafer (rshafer@usacycling.org)
210 USA Cycling Point, Colorado Springs, CO

Annual Update Meeting & New Officials – Tri State Area / NJ / PA / NY
2545 Schoenersville Rd
Bethlehem, PA
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Feb 10th, 2019 9:00AM -
Feb 10th, 2019 3:00PM
Registration closes:
Feb 07th, 2019 1:00AM
Instructor: Deb Schiff / Sallie Urffer
Annual Update Meeting & New Officials – Tri State Area / NJ / PA / NY 
Instructors: Sallie Urffer /Judy Miller / Deb Schiff 
Update Officials Clinic - Review of new and changed rules for 2019. Classroom discussions and related officiating topics  
Introductory Officials Clinic - Category C (Feb 10th) Same location and time as Update Clinic - The Category C class involves training in Road, Track, Cyclocross and Mountain Bike, as well as the basic organizational structure of cycling and principles of officiating. The class is taught in a live classroom environment and is the entry level class for new officials.

At the end of the class, there is an open-book exam which will test your knowledge of basic rules and concepts. 
Registration for these classes can be done at Bikereg.com or directly via email 

Please contact Deb Schiff at ds1121@aol.com or Sallie Urffer at sallie.pedals@gmail.com  

For more information:
Deb Schiff (ds1121@aol.com)