Two students have created a club on campus that focuses on building and creating community while cycling.
Justin Rasco, junior criminal justice major from Little Elm, decided to create the cycling club with Sammy Rettinger, junior financial management major from Lake Sherwood, California.
The club welcomes all levels ranging from beginners to advanced riders. There are currently 15 members, and the group is accepting new members at no charge.
“It’s a great spot for people to join since we do not have any fees,” Rasco said. “We welcome anyone who wants to come and join.”
The club is registered with the USA Cycling to compete in the South Central Collegiate Cycling Conference.
“As long as you have a bike and want to get out there,” Rettinger said, “nothing is stopping them from our side from joining.”
The club is looking for all skill levels, and whoever wants to enjoy getting out there and having a fun time while meeting new people.
“It’s a great opportunity for anyone who is willing to ride with us,” Rettinger said.
To join, email Justin Rasco at firstname.lastname@example.org and download the Strava app and join the group ACU Cycling Club.