CENTURY ROAD CLUB ASSOCIATION
New York City Bicycle Racing since 1898
Century Road Club Association (CRCA) is New York City's premier cycling organization, hosting a variety of cycling events in the New York City area. The Club was founded in 1898 as operates to this day as a volunteer-run not-for-profit organization.
CRCA is open to all USAC licensed cyclists - you do not need to be part of an existing CRCA sub-team to participate in the club. All racing/season pass members have access to the famous CRCA Club Series in Central Park and all members including associate members (which is just $45) receive access to the season long free coaching program. YES - for $45 you can participate in the coaching sessions that are held on a near weekly basis. CRCA welcomes cyclists of all levels. For additional information please see 'Membership' above
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Please read below for information regarding the fourth race of the Lucarelli & Castaldi CRCA Club Series
In an effort to reduce race finishes from overlapping, we are going to make some adjustments to tomorrow’s race. Please read below for the updated lap counts and an earlier start.
CRCA President’s Letter on the importance of our Club’s relationship with NYC Parks, Central Park Conservancy and other Park Users, and Rider Conduct
Please read below for information regarding the third race of the Lucarelli & Castaldi CRCA Club Series
INFO SESSION: Tuesday April 2, 7:30pm, Rapha, 159 Prince Street. Led by the CRCA/ NY Vision Group/Fuoriclasse Racing subteam.
RACE CLINIC: Saturday, April 6, 5:45-8:30am, Central Park Boathouse parking lot. Mentored by the CRCA/ Team Veselka subteam. REGISTER VIA BIKEREG: https://www.bikereg.com/crca-racing-clinic
CRCA News By Category
Our CRCA Member Features continue with this take on ‘Why I Race’ by Jared Skolnick from GFNY
The Bicycle Film Festival is coming to town and CRCA member Marc Mauceri has the details on several showings relevant to CRCA members
Longtime CRCA Member John Tomlinson offers his tips on staying upright while racing
In our latest contribution from our membership Bradley Cox retells the story of a (very long) ride South from New York City.