Nash, Mourey Top CrossVegas

Under a full moon, with the lights of Las Vegas shimmering in the distance, Katerina Nash (Luna Pro Team) and Francis Mourey (FDJ) took the win in on Wednesday night in what could be the last CrossVegas. The two races could not have been different with the winner in the women’s race self-evident while it…

King Crowned US Pro Champion

In an amazing show of grit and determination, after spending the whole race off the front, first in a 3-rider break then solo, Benjamin King of Trek-Livestrong, held off a chase group to win the US Pro Road Race in Greenville SC on Sunday.  Making that two titles for the U23 development team following Taylor…

Phinney Wins US Pro TT

A story almost as old as time itself, the young up-and-comer taking on and beating the veteran. In his first US Pro Time Trial, phenom Taylor Phinney (Trek-Livestrong U23) beat veteran Levi Leipheimer (Team Radioshack) by hundreds of a second, a difference of only 0.14 seconds separated the two riders after 20.7 miles (33.3 km)…

US Pro Press Conference

Video from US Pro Press Conference with Taylor Phinney (Trek-Livestrong), defending champion George Hincapie (BMC Pro Racing Team), Levi Leipheimer (Team Radioshack), Teddy King (Cervelo TestTeam) and Scott Stewart (Team Type 1).

On Tap: US Pro Championships

Here we are once again in Greenville SC, for the fifth year in a row, for the Greenville Hospital System USA Cycling Professional Championships where two American (male) pros will claim the honor to win the Stars and Stripes next year in the time trial and road events. The questions were put forth in the…

Canadian Team For Worlds

Today, Canadian Cycling Association (CCA) revealed the 13 riders that will represent Canada at the UCI Road World Championships in Melbourne, Australia, from September 29 to October 3, 2010. After a breakthrough year, Ryder Hesjedal has decided not to race at Worlds and Michael Barry, the fourth Canadian in the ProTour ranks, is recovering from…

Roberts, Lowe to Pegasus Sports

Two new riders to Pegasus Sports, the organisation behind the aspiring Australian ProTour cycling team,  to further boost its roster and its ProTour credentials for season 2011. Buoyed by the announcement that Robbie McEwen and Svein Tuft will be joining the team in 2011, Pegasus Sports CEO Chris White confirmed the addition to the team…