Washington State Bicycle Association
Junior Development & Racing
WSBA Junior Cycling seeks to promote the future of competitive junior cycling in the WSBA region of Washington, Oregon, and North Idaho.
The WSBA welcomes all junior riders, ages 10-18, with:
Junior Age Categories:
WSBA Junior Road Racing Events 2018
Look for junior category racing at these upcoming events:
Why Should I Join the WSBA and USA Cycling?
The WSBA is a local affiliate of USA Cycling, the national governing body. By working together, WSBA and USAC provide a unique pipeline to the best development and competition from local to national events. Mentoring, coaching, and racing experience available at the regional and national levels offer the only step-wise development program from beginner to professional available in all cycling disciplines.
Race or Ride, the Beginning Racer Program will make you a better cyclist
USA Cycling's Beginner Racer Program provides new racers with an enjoyable and education experience as they learn to race their bike. The objective of BRP is to inspire and educate new riders, thus leading to safer, more enjoyable racing experiences. The clinics in this program are a good first step for any junior rider, whether competitive or not, to practice safe riding skills and to learn the basics of group riding, racing, and tactics. In Seattle, this program is hosted by Cycle University, which plans 10 of these clinics in the spring and summer. For beginner racers, these clinics earn points toward category upgrades.
Racing at the Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome
Track racing is another great way to build cycling skills, and junior riders are a priority at JBMV in 2018. The Jerry Baker Racing Team provides a place for young riders to advance their racing experience, compete on the national level, and have lots of fun along the way. Joining the team includes many awesome benefits. Visit the JBMV website for lots more info; also be sure to explore junior camp track class details!
Mountain Bike Racing
Oregon's Junior MTB Series features 7 events from March through May with 6 separate junior categories.
For MTB events in Washington, be sure to check the month-by-month entries on the WSBA calendar.