RealCyclist.com Launches Men’s Pro Team for 2011

As cycling fanatics everywhere speculate on next year’s cycling season, RealCyclist.com, — an online retailer of premium road bikes, components, accessories and apparel — confirms: there will be a RealCyclist.com Professional Cycling Team in 2011. This UCI Continental pro cycling team will compete in National Racing Calendar events in North America. All UCI-required documents and…

Johnson Dominates New Belgium Cup

By the third lap, USGP leader Tim Johnson (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) had dispatched all his competitors on his way to a dominant solo win at Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross New Belgium Cup. Lap after lap, he attacked the course increasing his lead to 40 seconds by the time he crossed the line high-fiving the boisterous…

Compton Easily Wins New Belgium Cup

Katie Compton (Planet Bike/Stevens) grabbed the lead early and held on to it to easily to win the second day of the Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross New Belgium Cup. “The course was a little different today,” stated Compton. “I could apply more power and I felt better today. I did not make as…

Kabush Best In Fort Collins

The Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com streak has been broken at the Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross and it took a Canadian to do it.  Geoff Kabush (Rocky Mountain-Maxxis) was obviously the strongest at the muddy, slippery New Belgium Cup race today where he took his first cross win since 2005. “It’s been a frustrating couple…

On Tap: USGP New Belgium Cup

Some serious hot racing in some cold conditions for the third weekend of the Greenware US Gran Prix of Cyclocross in Fort Collins CO this weekend. For the first time, the series heads to Colorado for some altitude racing at The New Belgium Cup, and for finally mud and snow, conditions that most have not…

Top 10 From Cycle-Smart International

This week’s Top 10 list comes from Cycle-Smart International and it’s all about getting air. On Saturday, after a quick drop-off the riders went over railroad tracks and many got some air. On Sunday, the course was modified but a few, or maybe only one, managed to lift the wheels.

A Tough Two Years For Nick Keough

Two years ago, a then 19-year old Nick Keough won the U23 overall at the 2008 Verge New England Championship Cyclo-Cross and seemed to be poised to take the world by storm. Then, the second-oldest of the five New England Keough brothers was challenged by crashes, injuries, an illness and bad luck. Fast forward to…