Talking Glencoe GP with Brad Huff

“I know nothing but Downer’s course, it’s going to be hard to integrate my brain to a different Nationals course.” said Brad Huff, of the Jelly Belly p/b Kenda team yesterday about the new course for the 2010 AT&T USA Cycling Professional Criterium National Championship, held as part of the Glencoe Grand Prix this year.…

Adam Myerson (Mt Khakis) at the start of stage 3 of the Alexian Bros Tour of Elk Grove

Myerson Is Back In The Saddle

Just as the important to his team criterium season was heating up, Adam Myerson of Team Mountain Khakis f/b Jittery Joe’s went down hard at the Giro d’Grafton, a race in the USA Crits Series, and broke a bone in his left wrist. Six weeks later, the man who “doesn’t like to take breaks” was…

Alison Starnes – A Force to Reckon With

“It will be okay, I’m trying to keep my strength up.” said Alison Starnes (TIBCO/To The Top) who went down hard on stage 1 of the Cascade Cycling Classic on July 21 2010. Two days after, while waiting for her flight to take her home in Northern California, Starnes described the crash. “It was a…

Ride Of A Lifetime At Nature Valley

Every year,  a unique experience is provided to 12 amateur riders, 6 men and 6 women, to compete alongside against the country’s top men and women professional bicycle racers at the Nature Valley Grand Prix, the premier race race on the 2010 USA Cycling National Racing Calendar. “It’s been a great experience for me to…

10-Year Quest for Will Routley

When Will Routley won the Canadian National Road Championships last Sunday, it was the end of a 10-year quest for the rider on the Jelly Belly p/b Kenda team. “From age 17, 18 as a junior I started to think I had a shot at winning Nationals as a Junior Mountain Biker, but didn’t win.”…

King of the Hill Brad Huff

Meet the new King of the Hill, Brad Huff of Jelly Belly p/b Kenda. Yep sprinter Huff won the King of the Hill (KOH) competition at Nature Valley Grand Prix. While the climbs might not have been that long, he still had to contend with steep kickers and aggressive riding.

Northey Gets Most Aggressive

“A good accomplishment.” said Mike Northey of the Rubicon-ORBEA; Benefiting the Lance Armstrong Foundation team. “We walked away with something and Taylor was up there in the young rider and amateur as well, it’s good.” Northey was awarded the Most Aggressive jersey and his teammate Taylor Gunman, in his first race in the US, finished…