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Wisconsin Leaders' Summit 2014

Wisconsin High School Cycling League

Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 5:00 PM (CDT)

Wisconsin Leaders' Summit 2014

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Leaders' Summit Registration - 1 Day, Saturday 4/26   more info 38 Tickets Ended $90.00 $5.94
Leaders' Summit Registration - 1 Day, Sunday 4/27   more info 45 Tickets Ended $90.00 $5.94
Leaders' Summit Registration - 2 Days   more info 21 Tickets Ended $150.00 $9.24

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The Wisconsin High School Cycling League’s annual Leaders’ Summit brings together coaches, assistant coaches, ride leaders, parent volunteers, team directors and anyone interested in learning more about our coaching and teaching methods to develop skills and knowledge, share strategy and build community.  This conference will promote a well-rounded approach to coaching that creates an environment in which high school students can grow and thrive.  This is a great opportunity to spend a weekend in the company of peers and energize for the upcoming season.

Our Summit will be held at Trek Headquarters (Trek).

Includes: breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday, breakfast and lunch on Sunday, Coaches Manual, Conference Materials and special discount pricing on First Aid Kits and Camelbaks. Registration does not include lodging.

 8:30 – 4:00 April 26 (Saturday): MTB 101-Teaching Coaches How to Coach Skills

NICA’s MTB 101 class is taught by world renowned skills author and instructor Lee McCormack who developed the Lee Likes Bikes Training Method.  As NICA’s skills development director, Lee licenses his teaching method to NICA to help student athletes across the United States ride more safely and have more fun. To learn more, see

You will also learn about experiential teaching techniques, how to accommodate different learning styles, and how to create a positive learning environment for young riders.  The majority of this clinic will be held outdoors, so please bring your bike and appropriate riding and safety gear for the weather.

There will be time for a social ride on Saturday afternoon through the Trek trails when the skills session is completed.  

8:30 – 5:00 April 27 (Sunday): Leadership and Coaching Seminars

Sunday seminars cover the core principles of working with high school student athletes in the context of a Wisconsin mountain bike team.  Sunday’s seminars cover basic knowledge all Wisconsin Head Coaches, Assistant Coaches, and Ride Leaders should be aware of and integrate into their team programs.

Financial aid is available for those in need. Email for more information.

Typical Sessions can include:

  • How to Start & Manage a MTB Team
  • NICA Rulebook & Pit Zone Overview
  • Race Day: Structure, Support & Success
  • Sponsorship & Fundraising
  • Risk Management & Insurance Info
  • MTB 101/In Classroom Skills Clinic
  • MTB 101/On-the-Bike Skills Clinic
  • Coach Licensing / Benefits
Have questions about Wisconsin Leaders' Summit 2014? Contact Wisconsin High School Cycling League

When & Where

Trek Headquarters
801 W Madison St
Waterloo, WI 53594

Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 5:00 PM (CDT)

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Wisconsin High School Cycling League

The WI High School Cycling League works to establish and maintain safe, quality high school and middle school mountain bike programs. The WI League is responsible for establishing a climate that will:

  • Provide students who have the desire to mountain bike with the coaching and camaraderie that will help them achieve both competitive and non-competitive cross-country mountain biking goals in a safe and enjoyable manner;
  • Develop an awareness of what it is to be an amateur athlete that is both gracious and respectful to their community;
  • Create an environment in which they may discover new friendships and find role models;
  • Guide students towards learning new skills and disciplines, and spread the foundations of mountain bike racing across the U.S.;
  • Foster a responsible attitude toward the use of trails and wilderness;
  • Promote the value of cycling to our community as a mode of transportation and as a life long sport.
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