Based in Northwest Arkansas

Road Program

Tier 1-Outreach Program:

Giving back and building the cycling community is important to Breakaway Cycling Team and road cycling as a whole. Therefore, Breakaway Cycling Team has an outreach program aimed at educating and supporting juniors through advocacy, education, and collaborations to bring about change and more support for juniors/advanced women.

Tier 2-Regional Team:

Regional team allows riders to develop their skills and knowledge further in competitive racing. For junior/women cyclists wanting more knowledge of cycling. This team will race at local and regional events. Based on fun with emphasis on racing. This team will also support those that are just interested in racing locally and/or just wanting to learn and improve on road riding. The regional team is designed to support various levels and needs to allow for various rider types to find what best fits/drives them. We aim to keep/get more kids/women on bikes.

*We support riders at what ever level they decide. The more support they need, the more support they get.

Tier 3-Advanced Junior/U23 and Elite Women’s Race Teams:

Emphasis on supporting those that want to reach high levels of the sport. Advanced riders will be placed on this team. Riders on advanced team must abide and qualify through more than just ability on bike. Rider must be willing to uphold a high respect for the sport, teammates, coaches, and all other. Advanced team members will also be asked to support regional team. This team will travel outside of area to race. They must show dedication and meet all requirements decided upon by BCT; including participation throughout the year and athletic ability. Must be able/willing to race at a national level. This level includes our elite women’s team in which we support as national level races in P1/2 fields. These teams are setting the examples, showing anything can be accomploshed, putting positive back into the sport as they support our mission and inspire more!

All riders receive the following:

  • Handling skills
  • Group etiquette
  • Bike maintenance
  • Team/race tactics
  • Nutrition guidance
  • Indoor winter training opportunities
  • Training plans
  • Coaching support
  • Team building
  • Organized training rides
  • Race day support
  • Much much more!

As riders progress, the support grows to match their needs.