In 1998, Nova/ISCorp Cycle Sport, a 501c3 not-for-profit, founded a junior racing team dedicated to the development of junior athletes into elite-level cyclists and community role models. Today, ISCorp and Progress sponsors not only a nationally recognized Junior development program, but men’s and women’s squads at the elite, development and club levels. ISCorp and Progress continues to be a dominant team locally, regionally, and globally, and aims to maintain this level of success for years to come. Today, the team rides as a diverse team with global roots (US, UK, Mexico, Australia).
Nova Cycle Sport Foundation and Progress is committed to developing junior and women cyclists through a leadership based cycling program focused on improving rider performance, while placing high expectations on academics, teamwork and community involvement.
ISCorp and Progress Cycling Team is actively involved in the community, promoting the benefits of cycling for health and as a life-long sport. As well as various community events promoting junior riders, and rider safety, the team also supports the MACC Trek 100 Ride for Hope. The event is an annual ride to fight childhood cancer. MACC (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer)