Pro Cycling Returns To Missouri With Tour de Grove

National and International Professional Cycling return to Missouri with the Tour de Grove. Featuring three days of racing in three historic neighborhoods across the City of St. Louis, the Tour de Grove is comprised of three events; Friday evening May 13th, the Midtown Rally Grand Prix in the Locust Business District, Saturday May 14th, The…

The DS Corner

A month or so into the domestic road season and what did we see ? We saw Ben Day has not lost his fire and is still a threat and that his new team, Kenda/5-Hour Energy, was able to rally around him at San Dimas to defend the overall. Redlands came down to a duel…

On Tap: SRAM Tour of the Gila

The NRC goes up and up starting Wednesday at the 25th annual SRAM Tour of the Gila where 339 miles of racing, 25,231 feet of climbing will challenge the riders over five days. Follow all the action on @podium_live and keep up with everything on the Tour of the Gila hub page. Can anyone beat…

A Closer Look At The NRC – The Points

After looking at the races and the teams that can accrue points in the USA Cycling National Racing Calendar,  it’s time to look at how these points are calculated in our third and final installment of our Closer Look At The NRC series. Two standings are maintained for the women and the men during the…

Baldwin Joins BISSELL

Not only was Chris Baldwin showing good form at the early season races but he was also having a good time racing his bike. Both were very obvious to see. Baldwin, racing for Team juwi solar/First Solar had a stellar start to the season where he finished 3rd overall at the Redlands Bicycle Classic. Today,…

Cancado Surprises At Sea Otter Circuit Race

23 laps of non-stop aggression. The attacks kept on coming in the fourth and final stage of the men’s Sea Otter Classic Stage Race with BISSELL the main aggressor. In the end however, Brazilian Raul Cancado (Passion Bikes) was able to win the stage out of a splintering break. Andy Jacques-Maynes (BISSELL) was second and…

Wilcoxson Wins Sea Otter Circuit Race

Jade Wilcoxson (Landshark/Flywheel) gave herself quite the birthday gift when she avoided a crash in the final sprint to the line to win the Sea Otter Circuit Race ahead of Sam Schneider (TIBCO/To The Top) and Flavia Oliveira (Project Cycling Women). Winner of the three previous stages, Kristin Armstrong (Peanut Butter & Co Twenty12) finished…

Mancebo Fastest At Sea Otter TT

The RealCyclist.com team continued to dominate the Sea Otter Classic. Francisco Mancebo clocked the fastest time in stage 3, the time trial to win his second victory and the third for the team. Mancebo now has a commanding lead in the omnium. Team Exergy took the next two spots on the podium with Andres Diaz…

Armstrong Makes It Three For Three At Sea Otter

The only woman to break the 19 minute barrier, Kristin Armstrong (Peanut Butter & Co Twenty12) flew on the 7.8 mi (12.6 km) hilly course. The Olympic Gold TT Medalist stopped the clock at 18:55 and claimed her third victory in a row at the Sea Otter Classic. Triathlete Rhae Shaw was 47 seconds down…