Ride Membership Includes $0 Deductible On-The-Bike Injury Coverage

Ride Membership
Whether you are training to set a new PR on your local climb or want to challenge yourself in an epic Gravel grinder the USA Cycling Ride membership welcomes you to become a part of the community while providing on-the-bike injury insurance.

Ride Membership Includes $0 Deductible On-The-Bike Injury Coverage

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The Ride Membership includes: 

  • Exclusive discounts from some of the outdoors’s biggest brands and USA Cycling partners.
  • $0 deductible on-the-bike injury coverage powered by Spot.
  • Entry fee discounts, preferred start spots, and other VIP perks at select races, gran fondos, and organized rides.
  • Access to weekly members-only Zwift rides and online workouts.
  • Access to virtual challenges that push you to reach your fitness goals.
  • Event finder tool – access to 1,000’s of events across the nation.
  • Club finder tool – find your community on the bike.
  • Access to exclusive digital content that only USA Cycling members will see.
  • Member newsletters and event updates - stay in the know on all things cycling related. 

A Race (or Race+) Membership is required for racing.


Click here to purchase a Race Membership.

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More than a Membership


We champion rider programs for cyclists of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds by sharing expertise early and often to create lifelong riders. We want more people on bikes more often, and you help that happen.

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We champion participation in grassroots cycling by promoting, organizing and subsidizing the largest network of races and rides in the country, with a goal of making the sport more accessible in the United States.

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We champion the world class performances of over 150 Olympic, world, and national teams' athletes. From coaching and training to travel and equipment, we invest the money, time and effort necessary to cross the finish line first.

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