USA Cycling lifts team rule, allows 27 former NCL riders in Pro Road Nationals

When the National Cycling League pulled the plug a week ago on funding three co-ed teams, 27 US men lost the opportunity to compete in the USA Cycling Professional Road National Championships and a path to earn a spot on the US Olympic team for Paris.

It only took four days for USA Cycling to adjust the rules and the governing body announced Friday that all 27 riders would retain eligibility to compete at Pro Road Nationals in Charleston, West Virginia, where individual time trial, road race and criterium events will be held May 14-19. 

SOURCE: CyclingNews   (go to source)
AUTHOR: jackie.tyson@futurenet.com
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