Photo Galley U23 Hoogerheide WC

Battling at the front for most of the race, Matthieu Boulot, of France, took the win in the Men U23 World Cup race at Hoogerheide, Netherlands. He bested Belgian U23 National Champion Joeri Adams in the final sprint. With his third place finish, Lars van der Haar (NED) won the overall World Cup classification. U23…

Photo Gallery Junior Hoogerheide WC

Belgian Laurens Sweeck outsprinted a French duo to win the final World Cup in Hoogerheide, Netherlands and claim the overall World Cup title with a commanding lead. After staring on the 2rd row, Kevin Bouvard (FRA) took a solo flyer early on but was brought back in the final laps and he finished second ahead…

Scherz Talks Hoogerheide

U23 Swiss rider Valentin Scherz gives us his thoughts on the 2010 Hoogerheide World Cup course. Scherz had just finished his pre-ride on Saturday afternoon, the day prior to the race. Scherz is no stranger to US fans as he raced and won the 2010 Champion System MAC Series this year. He is just returning…

Tour Of Utah On UCI Calendar

Entering its seventh year in 2011, the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah cycling race has been elevated by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) to one of the top three professional stage races for road cycling in North America. Organizers will invite 15 domestic and international professional cycling teams to participate and increase prize money…

Deeply Saddened By The Loss Of Carla Swart

Our deepest condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of Carla Swart who was killed during a training ride on Wednesday. Known as the ginger ninja by her teammates, Swart will be missed by all. According to reports, the 23-year-old Swart was hit by a truck while riding in the central Free State province…

Craig Richey – A Man With a Plan

“The plan for this season is race to learn and then next season is race to win.” In a nutshell that’s the 18-month plan for  Craig Richey (cylocrossracing.com) of Smitters, British Columbia. The plan also included going all in. “I worked up until Starcrossed so I didn’t have any time to really train and prep…

Sydor, Goldstein Join Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes

Two of Canada’s top athletes Alison Sydor and Leah Goldstein joined the Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes team. Committed to developing young cyclists, the Trek Red Truck Racing Team focused its busy race schedule primarily in the Pacific Northwest races such including BC Super Week,  the Canadian National Championships and selected NRC races in…

Tour of the Battenkill Withdraws from UCI

Due to difficulties in finding a title sponsor and a recent announcement by USA Cycling to allow Pro Continental teams at non-UCI, domestic races in the US, organizers of the Tour of the Battenkill Professional Invitational – originally scheduled for April 16 in New York as a men’s UCI 1.2 event – announce the withdrawal…

5 Elite Men Named To US Cross Worlds Team

In the not a surprise department, USA Cycling announced the Elite Men name to the U.S. National Team for the 2011 UCI Cyclocross World Championships. The Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com trio Jeremy Powers, Tim Johnson and Jamey Driscoll with Jonathan Page and Ryan Trebon will be racing in St. Wendel, Germany, January 29-30.  It is the…

Canada Names Team For Cross Worlds

The Canadian Cycling Association (CCA) announced today the six cyclists who will be representing Canada at the 2011 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, held January 29-30, 2011 in St. Wendel, Germany. (See USA Names Elite Women, U23 & Junior For Cross Worlds) Canada’s team at the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships has two riders with previous participation…

Albasini To Head USA Cycling U23 Development Program

Sports Director with Cervelo TestTeam last year, Swiss Marcello Albasini takes over USA Cycling U23 Development Program. USA Cycling announced today the hiring of Alba Radsport to manage the national governing body’s men’s U23 division of the National Development Program. Led by Director Sportif Marcello Albasini, the Swiss company will direct USA Cycling’s U23 development…