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Nevada South Interscholastic Cycling League
The Nevada South Interscholastic Cycling League (NSICL) was founded in 2021 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) Project League of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). We facilitate the development of high school and middle school teams/clubs for grades 6-12 and provide the education, training, licensing and insurance for coaches and volunteers. We also produce high-quality mountain bike events and races that emphasize the value of participation, camaraderie, positive sporting behavior and well-being over competition.
Founded in 2009, the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) develops interscholastic mountain biking programs for student-athletes across the United States
Click here to learn more about NICA.
Upcoming NSICL Events
To create a culture and community of women leaders in the Southern Nevada league with the ultimate goal of recruiting more girls and getting more girls on bikes. No skills necessary. We will teach you how to ride and coach.
Fun and flowing course in Logandale, Nevada. More info to come!
Bootleg Canyon starts with a challenging uphill climb to the top of the course sure to set your legs on fire!
Followed by a fun, fast and flowing single track descent into the valley, you’ll get back on the pedals working the ups and downs back toward the finish line.
Both Middle and High school student-athletes will be challenged on the same 3.2 mile course with approximately 315’ of climbing per lap.
Spicer Ranch showcases a fun mix of rocky climbs, grass pastures and smooth flowing singletrack. Riding across pastures, around ponds, challenging uphill, and fun descents. Both Middle and High school student-athletes will take challenge on the same 4 mile course with approximately 450’ of climbing per lap.
The Sawmill Challenge weaves through
pinyons and junipers and plenty of wildflowers
at an elevation of 7,591 feet. This course will
put your fitness level to the test.
Both Middle and High school student-athletes
will be challenged on the same 2.1 mile course
with approximately 319’ of climbing per lap.