Support the 2021 Summer Deaflympics Cycling Team

Partner with us to support our Cycling athletes to 2021 Summer Deaflympics.

About Cycling

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

July 29, 2013

Cyclists fall short in individual time trials

After coming away from Saturday
July 28, 2013

U.S. cyclists sprint to bronze

American cyclist John Klish walked up alongside Holger Kleefuss of Germany at the starting line of the 1000m Sprint at the Botanical Gardens in Sofia. He had just one thing on his mind
June 5, 2011

USA Prepares for World Deaf Cycling Championships

USA's Deaf Cycling team is on fire and ready to race at the World Deaf Cycling Championship in Mont Tremblant, Canada June 10-17, 2011. As all the cyclists are training, Paul Wood, the Deaflympics cycling coach is restlessly preparing for the upcoming championships.

Team USA Cycling

More Information

Contact Person: John Klish & Bobby Skedsmo

Email: &



No Events on The List at This Time

Cycling Gallery