About

The New England Bicycle Racing Association's mission is to advance, develop and support the bike racing community and the sport of cycling in New England. We are dedicated to fostering an environment that provides lifelong opportunities in the sport for all participants, promoters and supporters.

NEBRA is the USA Cycling Local Association for the New England states, administering permits, upgrades and officials for sanctioned bike racing in the area.  We also allocate grants, curate rankings, and work with promoters, officials and racers to generally make their bike racing experience better than if no one was in charge.   Any USAC-registered cycling club in New England is eligible to join NEBRA, which grants the club a vote in the annual election of board members.

Current Officers and Directors:

Colin Reuter, President

Kim DuBord

Alex Grabau

Lydia Hausle

Lauren LeClaire

Joseph Rodrigues

Mike Rowell

Treasurer: Leslie Timm

Administrator: JD Bilodeau

NEBRA Schedule of Fees

Membership Fees: 

Voting Membership in NEBRA is restricted to USA Cycling licensed Clubs and Standalone Race Directors with a licensed address in one of the six New England States- Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

The Fee for Voting Membership is $25. Membership fee will be waived for individual Race Directors, or USA Cycling licensed clubs who sponsor/organize an active USA Cycling permitted event or program that furthers the advancement of cycling, and is open to members outside that club, in the New England States.

 

Rider Day Fees:

As the contracted Local Association for USA Cycling NEBRA collects a per rider day fee on competitive road track and cyclocross events permitted though USA Cycling. These fees help support the costs NEBRA’s administration and programming.

The per rider day fee for competitive events is $1 on race entries with a price greater than $20.

Bylaws of the New England Bicycle Racing Association (NEBRA)

 


Bylaws of the New England Bicycle Racing Association (NEBRA)

 

ARTICLE I: OFFICES

 

Section 1. PRINCIPAL OFFICE. The principal office of NEBRA, hereinafter entitled the Corporation, shall be in the Town of South Portland, Maine or such other place as designated by resolution of the Board of Directors of the Corporation.

 

Section 2. OTHER OFFICES. The Board of Directors may also elect to open other offices of the Corporation both within and without the State of Maine to conduct the business of the Corporation.

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