Help the Idaho NICA League Share the Ride today!
Help us change lives through cycling. NICA is the leading interscholastic cycling organization in the United States. Since 2009, NICA has grown to 21 regions around the US, currently serves over 14,000 student-athletes, and over 10,000 adult volunteers across more than 700 teams. Here in Idaho we have 700+ student athletes, 27 teams and hundreds of volunteers who help make our program a success. But we also rely on the generous financial support from individuals, corporations and charitable organizations from across our state.
Whether you participate in our league, know someone who does, or just want to see your donation have a positive impact on students and their families, you can help Share the Ride in 2018 by making a donation today.
NICA is driven to provide equal and inclusive opportunities for all American youth to try mountain biking. Your support will help fuel the following programs:
Scholarships for loaner bike and participation fee programs for underserved student athletes and those with economic need;
Student Athlete Programs such as Girls Riding Together (GRiT), Teen Trail Corp (TTC) and the NICA Adventure Program;
Grants provided to new teams in the Idaho League
- A Try-It-Out program where students are provided the opportunity to try mountain biking in a fun, safe environment
Our goal is: $30,000 in 45 days! Every donation takes us one pedal closer to reaching this goal, so please consider helping out today.
How you can donate and join the movement!
When you make a tax-deductible gift to the Idaho Interscholastic Cycling League, you are changing lives through cycling. As a NICA donor you provide financial resources that allows us to continue expanding our program geographically across the state and into other activities outside of just the racing league. Look at what we’ve done so far, and imagine where we can get to you with your support!
With your help, we can continue to develop student-athletes and “CHANGE LIVES & Strengthen communities THROUGH “youth cycling!