Athletes Without Limits is looking for talented cyclists with intellectual disability to represent the US from local to International-level cycling events.
Athletes must meet the INAS eligibility requirements to be considered for National teams and Inas Competition but all are welcome at all AWL Cycling events — including the AWL-hosted #NoLimits Skyliners Time Trial & Duathlon Series in Bend, Oregon, our National Headquarters and cycling and multi-sport hub.
International Inas Competitions
As the US member of Inas, Athletes Without Limits offers opportunities for US cyclists to compete at the highest levels in their sport at Inas International competitions run according to UCI rules and distances including stage racing and time-trails on the road and track. Inas competitors are an elite group of athletes from around the world making great achievements in cycling and other sports, and we are proud that US cyclist Syd Lea is among them having became the first Inas World Champion from the United States at the 2011 Inas Global Games Italy. Qualified athletes may be able to travel to national and international competitions with the US delegation.
Central Oregon-based National Cycling Program (Bend)
There are also opportunities for athletes intellectual impairments either living in or visiting Central Oregon to learn to ride, train and compete in cycling, duathlon and triathlon in Bend with support from our AWL Cycling Partner Bowen Performance — please contact us for more information. (For those looking to support our athletes feel free to reach out about joining our Bend Ambassador Team of local Athletes Without Limits supporters!)