Fort Lewis College fields 14 varsity teams that compete in the NCAA Division II and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Women compete in basketball, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, track & field and volleyball. Men compete in basketball, cross country, football, golf and soccer. We also field an intercollegiate cycling team (mountain biking, cyclocross, road racing, track racing) for men and women. Skyhawk cycling competes in USA Cycling's collegiate Division 1.
FLC Cycling, with 24 national championships under its belt, fits right into Durango’s lively cycling culture. FLC Cycling operates as a USA Cycling Division I club sport, competing in mountain, BMX, road, cyclocross, and track races.
FLC and the City of Durango host the National Interscholastic Cycling Association’s (NICA) high school state championships each fall, making it a grand celebration as families cheer on their riders through the trails that have made Durango a mountain biking destination.
Each fall, FLC and Morehart Murphy Subaru partner up to host a wonderful road ride through the aspen-lined mountains around Durango to support FLC Cycling. Round up your cycling buddies, raise some money, and get in on the collective joy of riding for a cause.
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See where the magic happens. Not only is FLC’s campus a wellspring of athletic activity, it’s also a cultural center, research hub, academic stronghold, business incubator, and just a beautiful place to spend some time.