SECCC Collegiate Conference Champs
The SECCC Conference Championship hosted by Mars Hill University Cycling is next weekend, October 8 and 9, 2016.
Bailey Mountain Bike Park is excited to be a part of this great weekend of racing and we look forward to seeing all of our collegiate athlete friends! Come and be a spectator at any or all of these 3 race venues. Support your local College and University Athletes!
The downhill mountain biking race will take place at Bailey Mountain Bike Park on Saturday afternoon, October 8. Dual Slalom races are on the Mars Hill University Campus Saturday morning, and more mountain bike races continue at Kolo Bike Park on Sunday, October 9. Don't miss these events! This a great time to see your collegiate athletes from all over the Southeast racing to compete for a spot in Collegiate Nationals later in October.
We expect to see racers from Mars Hill University, Warren Wilson, Brevard College, Western Carolina University, Lees-McRae, Clemson, Furman, University of Tennessee, East Tennesee State University, Georgia Tech, Piedmont College, SCAD, University of Georgia, Auburn, University of Florida, Florida State, University of Central Florida, King University, Lindsey Wilson, Union, Milligan and more.
DH practice begins at Noon at BaileyMTBPark. Come See Us!
About the SECCC
The Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (SECCC) was established to support collegiate cycling in the Southeast United States. The conference is made up of schools from Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and a few schools in North Carolina. The SECCC is one of 11 conferences in the United States that make up the National Collegiate Cycling Association (NCCA). The NCCA administers, develops, promotes, and governs collegiate cycling across the country. The NCCA is a standing committee of USA Cycling. Each school can become an NCCA club or team, regardless of size, and regardless of whether the school intends to compete in collegiate events or not. Today, there are over 200 registered collegiate cycling clubs that are registered with the NCCA, representing over 2,500 athletes.