Archive for February, 2011

Photo Gallery BISSELL Training Camp

Posted on 28. Feb, 2011 by .

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Photos from the 5-hour ride at the BISSELL training camp in Northern California

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TIBCO/To The Top Wants To Win The NRC

Posted on 28. Feb, 2011 by .

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Fresh off its training camp, the TIBCO/To The Top took its first win of the season at the Snelling Road Race this weekend on a solo move by Erinne Willock. A good start for the second-year UCI team registered in the USA. Podiuminsight made the trip down to Carpinteria to meet the team last week.

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Tradition-Rich Women’s Prestige Cycling Series Returns For Eighth Year

Posted on 28. Feb, 2011 by .

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The Women’s Prestige Cycling Series opens team registration for its eighth season as strong as ever, with all four stage races returning from 2010. The Series is the only national-level cycling competition solely produced for women, by women. Its origin can be traced back to a discussion at the 2003 Women’s Cycling Summit Conference, held […]

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Lets Do It Again Says Jelly Belly p/b Kenda

Posted on 27. Feb, 2011 by .

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After its best season ever, team Jelly Belly p/b Kenda is looking to do it again this season in its twelfth year in the pro ranks, making Jelly Belly the longest running title sponsor in US cycling. In 2010, the team’s results included the overall at the Tour of Korea, the Tour of Thailand and […]

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Twitter Hashtags For Races

Posted on 26. Feb, 2011 by .

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Proposed list of twitter hashtags for North American road races. Updated

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Grewal to Compete At MERCO

Posted on 24. Feb, 2011 by .

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1984 Olympic gold medalist, Alexi Grewal’s comeback to elite level cycling will take its most difficult step on March 3 when he lines up at the MERCO Credit Union Cycling Classic pb McLane. The Merco-McLane event will be his first time against top national level competition since he retired from cycling in the mid 1990s, […]

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Adamson Went To School In Belgium

Posted on 23. Feb, 2011 by .

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Living the dream. Pursuing your passion, it sounds perfect like wine and roses, or maybe beer and frites in this case. But living the dream is not easy, hard challenges must be faced and sometimes you are pushed to the limit physically and mentally. Canadian Shaun Adamson (Cycle-Smart) lived the dream, racing cross in Belgium […]

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Battenkill Adds Twilight Criterium to Weekend

Posted on 19. Feb, 2011 by .

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Organizers of the 2011 Tour of the Battenkill announce their Professional race as part of the 7th annual event on Sunday, April 10 in Cambridge, NY. The professional race which drew an international field in 2010 will be held the same day as the popular amateur event where an expected 3,000 participants are expected to […]

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Tables Turned And Amazing Things

Posted on 18. Feb, 2011 by .

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Tables were turned this week when Christopher T. Smith, PR Helmeteer at Lazer Helmets, interviewed yours truly for his blog. It was fun but Chris sort of stomped me when he asked ‘what’s the most amazing thing you have seen so far in a race?’ I couldn’t find just one thing. Well, the question stayed […]

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Mercy Cycling rolls into 2011

Posted on 18. Feb, 2011 by .

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With new sponsors, a new look, and an improved roster, the Mercy Elite Cycling Team has begun its 2011 campaign like no other season in the storied 16 year history of the team. For the first time Mercy Cycling will be on the best bikes in the world, built by one of biggest manufacturers in […]

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