Date: November 1, 2021

Notice: GBRA annual meeting

When: Wednesday December 1, 2021

Where: Zoom call. Information will be published a week in advance

Who: All current USA Cycling license holders (racers,officials,coaches,race directors)

The 2021 board consists of:

Member Clubs Representative: Greg Lathum

Race Director Representative: Tim Molyneaux

Officials and Coaches Representative: John Patterson

Rider Representative: John Wilkes

Velodrome Representative: Mike Barman

At-Large Representative:Scott Patton

President: Greg Lathum

Vice President: John Patterson

Secretary: Mike Barman

For 2022 the board will be making a change as Gary Morgan the East Point Velodrome association president will be replacing Mike Baman as the Velodrome representative to the board. This position is filled by the president of the EPVA through the by-laws of GBRA.  All of the 2021 board members are willing to maintain their position for 2022. Along with Mike Barman moving to an At-Large position which is also allowed through the bylaws of GBRA with a unanimous vote from the 2021 board. Everyone is welcome to attend the annual meeting and bring any concerns they have about GBRA or the election. Everyone has a vote for a license they hold. Also each club has a vote for their club representative. 

The meeting notes and by-laws are always viewable on GBRA’s website: 

Any issues or concerns can also be directed to Greg Lathum:

2021 Elections

Due to the impact of COVID-19 on the 2020 racing season, the USA Cycling Sport Committees have made the decision to extend the terms of the current members through 2021. The Board of Directors for GBRA have agreed to do the same. Terms for current members will be extended and the open At-Large position will be filled by Scott Patton for 2021.Please contact me directly if there are any questions or concerns.

Thank you. Greg Latham

GBRA President:


By: Bouker Pool  March 24, 2020

Due to COVID-19, the events will no longer take place in Augusta, Georgia in May 2020

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Cycling announced on Tuesday that the 2020 USA Cycling Collegiate and Para-cycling Road Championships scheduled for May 6-10 in Augusta, Georgia will be cancelled due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic.

“Given the uncertainty with regard to extended school closures, travel restrictions, and the cancellations impacting the collegiate road season, we made the difficult decision to cancel the event for this year,” said Chuck Hodge, USA Cycling Chief of Racing and Events.

After communicating with the collegiate community, the 2021 USA Cycling Collegiate Road championships will be scheduled for May 7-9 in Augusta, Georgia. “After considering alternatives, including a postponement, it was decided that a cancellation would be necessary,” stated Liz Kollar, Director of Youth and Collegiate Development.

USA Cycling will work with the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee on 2021 dates for the Para-cycling Championships. In addition, opportunities for those graduating seniors who were planning on participating in the 2020 Collegiate Road Nationals are being explored for the 2021 race.

For questions or concerns regarding the 2020 or 2021 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships, please contact Tara McCarthy, Director of National Events at

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