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To participate, each student-athlete must register & pay fees to the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) in their "PitZone" prior to starting practice in early July. Individuals who want to try a few practices before deciding to join the team can wait to pay the NICA fee but MUST bring this parent-signed  NICA waiver to their 1st practice. To register in PitZone, you need an invitation from a coach. So the first step in the process is to send us an email between April 1 and Oct 1 indicating that you're interested in joining the team (PitZone registration is not available until April). A few days after you send the email, you should receive an invitation to register in PitZone. Check your spam folder if you don't get an invitation, or send us another email.


Once you log into PitZone, you'll be asked to complete the following 10 step process. You'll likely need a parent/guardian to help with this.

  1. Personal Information

  2. Family Contacts

  3. Emergency Contacts

  4. Health Information

  5. Releases

  6. Trail Etiquette

  7. Participation Agreement

  8. Family Data

  9. Registration complete

  10. Season Fees ($40 for Wisconsin High School Cycling League/$25 for NICA.
    Optional: if you plan to do the races --$40 per race--you can pay $180 for all races at once or pay for races individually later)

If a student/athlete is in need of financial assistance, please contact Coach Shively. Scholarships are available. For more information about scholarships, click here


Minimum equipment needed:

  • Bike

  • Helmet

  • Opional: Team kit - race uniform of one jersey and pair of bike shorts ( approximately $125). Note: A plain black shirt can be worn for races if you would rather not buy the team kit.

​If a student/athlete is in need of equipment assistance, please contact Coach Shively.


Also, please complete the form below for our team records. If you'd prefer not to use the form, please email your information.

**Emergency contact - please let Coach Shively know privately by phone (608-780-1866), email, or in-person if the student/athlete has a medical condition (e.g. allergies) or need (epi-pen, inhaler, etc.).












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