To Be Determined Journal - Analysis
Deep dives into the State of the Sport of Cycling as completed by the To Be Determined Journal. From ‘Are Bike Races Broken’ to ‘It’s time to End Prize Money in Amateur Cycling’ look here for information on cycling today.
Two years later we circle back to our original ‘Demographics of Cycling’ piece and look at the latest data on the abbreviated lifecycle of a NYC bike racer.
Looking back at the 2018 edition of the CRCA Grant's Tomb Criterium and all of the hard work that went into the race behind the scenes.
We're back with the results from our survey on prize money in amateur cycling and Matthew Vandivort's take on the topic.
We take a deep dive into the demographics and trends of categorized racing, providing a look at the good, the bad and the ugly in the state of the sport.
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Registration is now open for the biggest race in New York City and we have a peak at some of the early registration trends
The intersection of gender identity, questioning the humanity of fellow cyclists and USAC’s golden rule
With the biggest race in New York City less than two weeks away we worked with CRCA to look at how registration is shaping up for the Grant's Tomb Criterium.
In a world where the State Criterium Championships are nearly cancelled due to poor registration, where USAC membership is down 17% since 2012 and we find ourselves asking "Are Bike Races Broken?" Matthew Vandivort adds another question to the mix: "Why is there Prize Money in Amateur Cycling?"
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