Giro di San Francisco

The Metromint Giro di San Francisco was held last Monday, Labor Day on the streets around Levi Strauss Plaza on a perfect day in San Francisco. The weather was hot and the racing even hotter. The future looks bright.    US National Road and Criterium Champion Brooke Miller (Tibco); Liz Hatch (Vander Kitten) who crashed…

It came down to two thousandths of a second

After 4 hours,  thirty-eight minutes and nineteen seconds, the 110-mile (177 km) US Pro Road Race came down to two thousandths of a second (0.002) or 2 milli-seconds.  That is the margin by which Tyler Hamilton (Rock Racing) beat Blake Caldwell (Garmin-Chipotle presented by H3O). For comparison-sake, on average an eye blink takes approximately 300…

Carrera de San Rafael

On Saturday August 9 was held the 10th edition of the Carrera de San Rafael Twilight Criterium.
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More photos from Tour of Utah stage 4

Disorganization in the break after the first feed      Garmin-Chipotle at the front of the field after the first feed     We’re going thataway  Saul Raisin riding up to Snowbird A fan waiting patiently   Brent Bookwalter (BMC) gasping for breath at the finish Small group finishing including US National Men’s Elite Champ James…

Two in a row for Garmin at Tour of Utah

sorry for the delay… took a short mental break The Garmin-Chipotle won its second stage at Tour of Utah, as again a small break made it to the finish line and this time Blake Caldwell outsprinted his two-man breakaway companion Darren Lill (BMC) to take the win. The Garmen boys set the stage early on…