US Road Elite, U23, Jr Nationals to Augusta

After two years in Bend, Oregon, the USA Cycling Junior, U23, Elite Road Nationals will move to Augusta, Georgia for the next two years. The city, best known for the Masters Golf Tournament, also hosted stages during the now defunct Tour de Georgia. National titles will be awarded in each category for the road race,…

Hall, Holloway Claim Gateway Cup

Two neo-pros, Daniel Holloway (BISSELL) and Lauren Hall (Team VBF) claimed the Gateway Cup after 4 days of racing over different crit courses in St Louis Missouri. US Crit Champion Holloway took the lead the first day and successfully defended with the help of his lone teammate David Williams. He finished fourth twice in the…

Colavita/Baci To Merge With Italian UCI Team

Some changes in the women’s cycling landscape. Today Colavita/Baci Women’s Cycling Team presented by Cooking Light announced a new partnership for the 2011 season with Italy’s UCI-registered, ASC Chirio Forno D’Asolo Professional Women’s Cycling Team. The team will be renamed Colavita/Forno D’Asolo Pro Cycling team and maintain its UCI status in 2011. The cooperation between…

Jacob Repeats, Colavita/Baci Threepeats At Gateway Cup

The third race of the THF Realty Gateway Cup was a day of repeats at the Giro della Montagna, the longest standing bike race in the St Louis area. Second day that breaks made it to the finish line, repeat winner, Jonathan Jacob (NUVO/Cultural Trail) in the men’s race and threepeat team, Colavita/Baci in the women’s race.

CalGiant Ready For Cross

On a beautiful Northern California evening, Cal Giant/Specialized presented their 2010-11 Cyclocross team to a very enthusiastic crowd of fans and friends at Spokesman Bicycles in Santa Cruz. Team Director Anthony Gallino introduced each rider and Specialized representatives Matt Jespersen and Andrew Frasca talked about the Team issue SRAM Powered S-works Carbon Crux and Alloy…

PUR Ride With Kids @ 3 CX Events

The Kings CX Weekend on September 18 and 19 is kick-off weekend for the influential Zipp OVCX Cyclocross Tour. This year, the race in Deerfield Township in suburban Cincinnati will also be part of a new grass-roots ride series called the “PUR (pronounced “pure”) Ride With Kids Series” sponsored by PUR Water Filters. Designed as…

Longer Course & Call Up Changes for US Cross Nationals

Like the National Championship course from 2009, the new 2010 race course includes a staircase run-up, two barriers, and challenging technical sections. New for 2010, the championship course is approximately 500 yards longer and includes three straightaways, three off-camber sections, and a ride-over bridge that will also serve as a spectator underpass entrance to the…

Rollercoaster Week For Rollin

The high was his second place finish at Tour de Poitou-Charentes, the low was when Dominique Rollin found out that his Cervelo TestTeam would stop at the end of the year. “It was one of the best performances of the year. It proves that regardless that my team is ending and that I found myself…

UCI Cross Starts At T-Town

For the first time in history, the UCI cyclocross season will begin in the United States as the Nittany Lion Cross kicks-off both the UCI and Champion System MAC season on September 11 at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania.

No Regrets For Swindlehurst

Feet away from the boisterous podium preparation at the Queen Stage of the Larry H Miller Tour of Utah, another scene was happening, also full of emotion, all silent and poignant. A lone racer, after crossing the finish line, stood immobile by the railing. A local reporter came by to ask a question, but the…

Team TIBCO Forms Junior Women’s team

“For several years I’ve wanted to expand the reach of our women’s professional TIBCO/to the Top team,” said Linda Jackson, Founder of the TIBCO Women’s Professional Cycling Team. “This year, we added Team TIBCO II made up of Bay area Cat 3 and 4 women. The next logical step was to include juniors, and it’s…

6 New Riders To BMC

Riders from Belgium, France, Italy and Switzerland are among the six joining the BMC Racing Team that already includes current world road champion Cadel Evans, U.S. national road champion George Hincapie and past world road champion Alessandro Ballan. Stronger Team For 2011. The new riders signing on with the BMC Racing Team are Belgians Yannick…