Lateral Stress Velo (LSV) 2022 Membership
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Presented By: KELLY Benefit Strategies (KBS)

Thank you for your interest in Kelly Benefit Strategies/Lateral Stress Velo  We are proud to field the Kelly Benefit Strategies/LSV Elite Cycling Team. 

We have two types of memberships. The club application is for members who do not wish to race competitively but want to participate in club rides, events or want to ride as a club in Centuries/Gran Fondos.

The team application is for cyclists who are serious about racing. There is a racing obligation based on your USA Cycling License category. For example, if you are a Road Cat 4, Mountain Bike Cat 2 or Cross Cat 3, there is a 10 race obligation within a calendar year.

Benefits of membership includes discounts of clothing, equipment and services from our sponsors. Team memberships benefits include race entry reimbursement. Lastly, the biggest benefit is the knowledge and experience of our club and team members.

To register for a club or team membership, please follow the below steps:

Step One: Select your category/membership type you desire.  

Step Two:  Fill out your contact information and USA Cycling license number for Team Memberships. (Note if you have a BikeReg account this will be filled automatically).  IMPORTANT The code you recieve for your bib/jersey discount is based on your USA Cycling category and it will be verified!!  Club and Jr members will receive sperate codes.  

Step Four:  Custom Questions: Select sizes for the T-Shirt that comes with your  membership. 

Step Five:  Sign waiver.

Step Six: Checkout!

Step Seven:  Receive your clothing code to the email address your provided when you registerd.  

Step Eight:  Log In to the Team Store at https://teamstore.pactimo.com/stores/select

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