Ivan Dominguez back to Rock Racing, Cam Evans, Grand Cycling Classic, 2 potential ProTour races in Canada for 2010, Tour of California moves to May in 2010, Philly, Tour de Beauce and NRC Standings
Prior to the start of the Tour de Beauce, I caught up with a few riders to get their thoughs on the race and more. Ben Day (Fly V Australia), 2007 Tour de Beauce winner About the Tour de Beauce. This first stage is really brutal. A lot of people out of the field, the…
Quick Tuesday news update. Chris Baldwin to OUCH-Maxxis, NRC Standings
On tap: Tulsa Tough, AFCC Clarendon Cup, AFCC, Montreal World Cup, Junior World Championships Trials
Both men’s and women’s teams have to make some hard decision this weekend with multiple NRC races going on at the same time: the 3-crits/3-day Tulsa Tough in Tulsa, Oklahoma and the U.S. Air Force Cycling Classic Clarendon Cup in Arlington VA. And then to complicate matter even more, the U.S. Air Force Cycling Classic also in Arlington, which is on the USA Pro Tour, is on for the men and the Montreal World Cup for the women. And for the Juniors, the Road World Championship Trials are being held in Nashville.
Earlier today, the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah organizers announced the sixteen teams that have thus far committed to compete in the 2009 race billed as ‘America’s Toughest Stage Race’. These athletes will compete for a share of the $45,000 purse and NRC points. The 2009 Tour of Utah will take place August 18-23…
Déjà vu at the 66th annual Tour of Somerville on Monday as not only did Colavita/Sutter Home once again do a clean sweep but managed to put the same riders, Tina Pic and Sebastian Haedo, on the top step as last year. Photos.
Recap of some of the news for the week ending May 22 2009: Tour de Toona canceled, new TT course for Fitchburg Logsjo Classic. Rider news from Erica Allar, Carmen M. Small, Megan Guarnier, Meredith Miller, Shelley Olds, Dominique Rollin and Zach Bell. Canadian teams for U23 Nations Cup. In memoriam for Steve Larsen.
Today, the organizers announced the Men’s teams that will race at the Philadelphia International Cycling Championship, aka Philly Race, on June 7 2009. Pros from 26 countries and 24 teams will be on the start line of the majestic Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Zach Bell (Kelly Benefit Strategies) and Laura Van Gilder (C3 Sollay) win Wilmington Grand Prix. Kirk O’Bee (BISSELL) and Bridie O’Donnell (Australia) take the honors at Bike Jam/Kelly Cup. NRC Standings update.
How about a news update for hump day? Mike Creed to Team Type 1, NRC Standings
The organizers of the San Francisco Twilight Criterium announced that the event will be postponed until September of 2010, due to a lack of adequate sponsorship. Four NRC races canceled so far this year and 2 USA Pro Tour races.
As first reported by cyclingnews, the Tour of California is moving up in the calendar from its original February timeframe to May 16 to 23 starting in 2010, which conflicts with the Giro d’Italia. During two of its four years, riders at the Tour of California have faced rain, hail, wind and cold temperatures, and…
The twitterati has been going nuts with the ‘Will they or Won’t they be allowed to race at Gila’ – and be they I mean Astana’s trio of Lance Armstrong, Levi Leipheimer and Chris Horner. Finally today, we learned that yes, the trio will be allowed to race at the Tour of the Gila starting…
Weekend wrapup of the races – Athens Twilight Crit, Rosweel Crit, Dana Point Grand Prix and La Vuelta de Bisbee.
Catching up with the news for the 2 weeks ending on 25 April 2009: Rock Racing, Fly V Australia, Philly and more
Easter weekend wrap up: BMC at Paris-Roubaix, US National team racing in Europe, and local races including Copperopolis.
the week that was – US National teams, Paris-Roubaix, NVGP, BMC and Tour de Suisse politics, KBS leads in Uruguay
News for the week ending April 10: US National teams racing in Europe, Americans and Canadian racing in Paris-Roubaix, politics keeping BMC out of Tour de Suisse, KBS’s Zwizanski takes over in Uruguay and NVGP goes invitational.
News for the week ending April 04: Alison Powers (Team Type 1) leads Women’s Prestige Cycling Series, Kelly Benefit Stategies is racing in both Uruguay and Thailand, Omer Kem (Bissell) is racing again and two more teams added to Tour of Missouri.
No surprise that after winning the overall at the Redlands Bicycle Classic, Jeff Louder (BMC) and Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (Columbia-High Road) lead the NRC standings, and so do their teams.
A few weeks ago, we posted a list for Twitter, facebook and blogs for riders on Men’s US & Canadian UCI teams. Note that the list can be reached via the top navigation menu.
Now it’s the women’s turn.