Team USA


Nail-biting breakaways, impossibly steep climbs, technical descents, and assertive attacks on the pack. Check out Team USA riders competing in Time Trials, Road Races, and Criteriums, and the programs that help Team USA dominate international events.

USA Cycling National Team

Women's Team

Amber Neben

Coryn Rivera

Emma White

Lauren Stephens

Megan Guarnier

Skylar Schneider

Tayler Wiles

Men's Team

Brandon McNulty

Ian Garrison

Joey Rosskopf

Larry Warbasse

Neilson Powless

Tejay van Garderen

Support Programs

Hard work does pay off. USA Cycling is proud to support high-performing athletes with financial, technological, and logistical programs that allow them to focus their efforts even further.

Athletes qualify for different levels of support -- Gold, Silver, Bronze, and National Development Team -- based on results. 

Program Qualification Guidelines and Benefits

Development Pathways

Scroll down or click on the links for information on Regional Talent ID Camps.

Key Events

Women's Key Events

Elite Women EventLocationJunior Development EventLocation
Worlds Course ReconAUTWorlds Course Preview CampNOR
Pan American ChampionshipsARGTrofeo Binda NCupITA
Tour of CaliforniaUSAGent Wevelgem NCupBEL
Thuringen Ladies TourGERHealth Aging Tour NCupHOL
Chrono GatineauCANOmloop V. Borsele NCupHOL
Chrono Kristin ArmstrongUSAPan American ChampionshipsARG
Post Tour KermessesNEDWatersley Ladies ChallengeNED
La Route de FranceFRAChrono ChampenoisFRA
Veenedaal ClassicBELWorld ChampionshipsNOR
Trophee d'Or FemininFRATeam Building CampUSA
Boels Ladies TourNED
Lotto Belgium TourBEL
Chrono ChampenoisFRA
World ChampionshipsAUT

Men's Key Events

U23 Road EventJunior Development -

[Tentative schedule]

Istrian Spring TrophyGent Wevelgem*
Classic Prep CampSter van Zuid Limburg
Gent Wevelgem*Paris Roubaix*
Triptyque des Monts et ChateauxCourse de la Paix*
Ronde van Vlaanderen U23Internationale Junioren Driedaagse
Liege - Bastogne - Liege*Tour du Pays de Vaud*
ZLM Tour*Omloop de Maasvallei
Pan American ChampionshipsTrofeo Karlsberg*
Rhone Alpes Isere TourTour de l'Abitibi*
Ronde van Overjissel15-16 EU Race Camp
Ronde de l'IsardG.P. Ruebliland
Circuit de WallonieRoad World Championships
GP Priessnitz*
Altitude Training Camp
USA Cycling U23 National Championships
Tour de l'Avenir*
GP Wallonie
U23 ITT World Championships
U23 RR World Championships
*Nations Cup event

For information on how to qualify or get nominated for event team participation, sponsorship programs, and other requirements, please visit the International Events page.

Regional Talent ID Camps

Camp Purpose

The mission of USA Cycling's Regional Talent ID Camps is to Provide USA Cycling with Jr. Talent Evaluations while Offering Athletes a Pathway to Develop Their Cycling Ability. Our Talent ID Camps are the first step for young male and female athletes to enter into the USA Cycling development pipeline, providing them guidance and development towards their cycling future. USA Cycling Regional Talent ID Camps are for athletes racing age 14 to 19 years and attendees should have some racing experience.

The primary goal of the Talent ID Camps is to recognize athletes who, at an early age, show signs of potential future success in cycling. Receiving instruction from some of USA Cycling’s finest coaches, the camps also provide the necessary framework to improve the athletes skillset, thus progressing their cycling development. Regional Talent ID Camps provide vital input towards selecting riders for international competition and/or a national camp. 80 percent of athletes invited to our National Talent ID Camp have attended a Regional Talent ID Camp.

To see USA Cycling's Complete list of TID camps, and camp information, please go HERE

Staff: Road Elite Athletics


Endurance Performance Director

As an Endurance Performance Director, Greg coordinates all of the performance needs of America’s top cyclists. In his role, Greg has a wealth of experience to draw from.  He was a professional cyclist for 20 years, finishing 11 grand tours and competing in five Olympic Games. A native of New Zealand, Henderson was successful on both the road and track, winning 17 National Championships, a Commonwealth Games gold medal, and a World Championship. Henderson holds a Bachelor of Physical Education from the University of Otago, New Zealand and has been coaching athletes since 2014.  Greg lives in Boulder, Colorado.



Women's Endurance Program Manager

Jack manages the women’s road program for USA Cycling and has more than 12 years experience as a UCI Certified Team Director specializing in International Women's Team Management at the Olympic and World Class levels. Career highlights include directing for a gold medal win at the 2016 Rio Olympics, nine medals at World Championships, and several wins in world class events. Jack lives in Erie, Colorado.



U23 Program Manager

Nate leads the men’s road under-23 program for USA Cycling.  Nate grew up racing on the road as a junior, and came up the ranks as an under-23. He spent much of his u23 career racing in Europe with the USA Cycling National Development program, while pursuing a degree in Integrated Physiology at the University of Colorado.  Based out of Boulder, Colorado, Nate spends much of his time managing the team in Europe.



Junior Program Manager

Billy manages USA Cycling’s junior men’s road program based primarily out of USAC’s European base in Sittard, Netherlands. In his role since 2011, almost every current American professional male road cyclist has come through Billy’s programs at some point. When not driving the team car at the EU base, Billy can be found in Menlo Park, California.



Endurance Performance Director

As an Endurance Performance Director, Kristin coordinates all of the performance needs of America’s top cyclists. If anyone knows what it takes to win, it’s Kristin.  She is the only female U.S. athlete to win the same individual event (time trial) in three consecutive Olympic Games, taking home the Gold in Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016. She is a two-time World Champion and has won six U.S. National Championships. Armstrong Savola holds a B.S. in Exercise Physiology from the University of Idaho and still lives in Boise, Idaho.