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Established in 1975, the US Deaf Cycling Association (USDCA) is one of the longest-standing deaf sport organizations in the nation. American cyclists are among the fastest in the world, garnering a total of more than 50 medals to date, from world championships and Deaflympic Games.

The USDCA is responsible for the selection, organization and training of the national teams for representation in international competition. The USDCA’s goals are to promote both recreational and competitive cycling for deaf and hard of hearing people and to provide cyclists with different types of activities and opportunities.

Cycling News

May 15, 2015
A white male holding a bicycle during the 1977 Deaflympics

Old Timer vs. Bikers of Today

Old Timer vs. Bikers of Today                   Bobby Skedsmo, the Deaflympic Cyclist The picture show Bobby at the […]
August 3, 2013

Klish Dominates Cycling Points Race

American cyclist John Klish cruised to gold in Friday
August 2, 2013

Klish bikes to bronze, Lorenz crashes out

In a race that passed old monasteries and recent wrecks, American cyclist John Klish sped along a steep course that looped around Gornobanski Monastary on Lyulin Mountain, on his way to a second bronze in the men
August 1, 2013

Cyclists struggle in road races, finish out of medals

American John Klish pedaled as hard as he could, hoping to explode past the four cyclists in front of him with few hundred meters left to go. His legs would not cooperate with him, though, as he finished fifth in the men

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