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Tulane University Cycling Association

The Tulane University Cycling Association (TUCA) is a non-profit, student-run club sports program serving Tulane students, faculty, staff, alumni, and supporters. The club promotes all forms and levels of cycling, with a particular focus on collegiate competition. TUCA is a Collegiate Team Member of USA Cycling (USAC) , and competes as part of the South-Central Collegiate Cycling Conference (SCCCC). Membership is open to all interested Tulane University undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students. Please see the membership page for details. For more information, visit the FAQ. At Tulane, TUCA is a member club of the Association of Club Sports (ACS). The ACS Executive Officers represent, govern, and administer policies for all recognized Club Sports.

 

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Green Wave Classic

Tulane Cycling promotes and manages its own collegiate race weekend as part of the South-Central Collegiate Cycling Conference. The event includes Road Races, Time Trials and Criteriums for all classes and categories and is held as part of the USA Cycling Collegiate program.

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Established as a Tulane Club Sport in 2010, Tulane Cycling includes students from undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools across the university.

Tulane Cycling competes in the USA Cycling South-Central Conference, primarily in Road, Track and Cyclocross, and has won three Conference Championships ... so far! TUCA riders have competed in the USAC National Collegiate Road and Cyclocross Championships in recent years.

TUCA members annually manage, direct and promote the Green Wave Classic collegiate race as part of the South-Central Collegiate Cycling Conference road calendar. This is a 2-day 3-event race that brings in student athletes from collegiate cycling teams in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana and involves significant planning, logistics, and organization involving municipalities, police departments, USA Cycling, officials, volunteers and sponsors. 

Tulane Cycling maintains a home base, affectionally called "Headquarters" or just "HQ" on the University Square campus that includes WattBike stationary trainers, a bicycle repair and maintenance room, meeting space, and storage space for bicycles. TUCA has a number of its own "loaner" bikes available for team members who do not have their own racing bikes.