Give Back on Giving Tuesday - November 28th
2017 was a tremendous success for American cyclists on the international stage. Much of this success can be tied directly to the financial support provided by the USA Cycling Foundation. As the year-end approaches, we wanted to say thank you to our generous donors and ask for continued support.
By now I hope you are aware of some of our athletes' fantastic results at the World Championships:
Beyond the World Championships, our athletes had many notable successes this year including strong performances at prestigious developmental races like the Le Tour de l’Abitibi (Canada), Tour de Feminin (Czech Republic), Tour of Alsace (France), U23 Gent-Wevelgem (Belgium) as well as important Pan American Continental Championships and UCI World Cups. Sadly, we do not have the space here to celebrate every impressive ride.
Many of America's best cyclists have benefited from USA Cycling Foundation support at some point in their career. If you are not familiar with the Foundation, we are USA Cycling's non-profit fundraising arm for elite athlete development. We raise money for year-round support of athlete training, development, competition and travel needs across all disciplines of competitive cycling. The Foundation receives no federal funding or subsidies and operates solely through private donations from corporations, other foundations and cyclists like you who have a deep passion for the sport and a desire to see the U.S. perform at the highest level on the international stage.
We have ambitious goals for 2018 and beyond - but they will only be achieved with financial support. On Giving Tuesday, November 28th, we are asking you to make a year-end gift to support our athletes' continued success. Every gift is 100 percent tax-deductible and, no matter the size, will help the future of American cycling. When you are ready, please donate here.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
USA Cycling Foundation
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