Welcome to the
Minnesota Cycling Federation
We are the local area association in Minnesota for USA Cycling. We help coordinate between the sanctioning body, the riders, and the promoters. We hope that this website will help you find what you need to either go racing or put on a race. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions.
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USA Cycling is the national sanctioning body for cycling. Go here to find an event to register, get your licence, or check your status as a rider.
Bike Reg is the preferred registration site of USA Cycling. Go here to check your registration status.
Ever wondered what you need to do to start bike racing? Check here for frequently asked questions for new riders.
We’ve compiled a collection of frequently misunderstood rules. Get all the details on protest periods, upgrading and the ever popular yellow-line rule.
MCF’s prefered timing supplier. Go here for race results and to preregister for unsactioned races.
Meet The Board
Jason Beck started racing triathlons in 2012 and realized that the bike portion was his favorite event. Although it took a few years, he showed up to a Machinery Hill Criterium in 2016 and hasn’t looked back. After 2 years as MCF Board Secretary, he moved into the president role. Jason hopes to use his experience as a product manager to grow the sport in Minnesota by making it more accessible to more people. His favorite disciplines are Criterium and Cyclocross.
Erin is a sport psychologist and former triathlete who discovered bike racing after one of her mentors encouraged her to give it a shot in 2017. She is a three-time Dirty Kanza finisher and active road racer in the community. She also dabbles in other disciplines to keep things interesting. She has worked hard to strengthen the community of women/ trans/ femme racers here in Minnesota and is excited to start giving back to the community in a formal role as VP.
Atsuko came to bike racing after commuting around town, doing some alleycats and riding gravel in college. The supportive infield of the track got her racing, and she now races cyclocross, road, and occasionally, mountain. Atsuko is passionate about introducing the sport to new women/ trans/ femme/ nonbinary and POC riders. She is a road and cross promoter, focusing on how to lower barriers to entry and make sanctioned racing less intimidating for newcomers. She is excited to serve on the board of MCF to work on new and exciting initiatives!