Reijnen wins overall in Thailand

After leading for 4 stages, Kiel Reijnen (Jelly Belly-Kenda) lost the yellow jersey in the penultimate stage at the UCI 2.2 Tour of Thailand. The rider overcame a 19-second deficit on the final stage to claim the overall victory..

2010 USA CRITS Speed Week

The USA CRITS Speed Week Series begins in Athens, Georgia on April 24 and showcases bicycle racing in three states ending up in Sandy Springs, Georgia on May 2. This year’s series will host the best criterium racers in the world with a solid line up of USA CRITS Division 1 Teams in attendance. The…

Miller takes 13th to open TIBCO European campaign

Team TIBCO/To the Top made a solid start to its spring European campaign under extremely difficult conditions at the Tour of Flanders Sunday. Brooke Miller survived the wind, occasional rain and hazardous riding conditions created by slick cobbles and a nervous peloton to take 13th place in the race known to race fans simply as…

Second win for Gilbert closes out Uruguay

Earlier today, Martin Gilbert and his Spidertech powered by Planet Energy took home his second win in the tenth and final stage of the Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay. He outsprinted Brasilian Roberto Pinheiro (Funvic) and Uruguayan Ignacio Maldonado (Fenix) on the 185km stage. His first win came on Friday. No changes to the overall GC…

Reijnen still in yellow halfway through in Thailand

With three stages down and three more to go, Kiel Reijnen of the Jelly Belly presented by Kenda team still leads the overall at the UCI 2.2 Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn ’s Cup Tour of Thailand. After taking the lead in the opening stage, the 5.6km time trial, Jelly Belly survived bad luck, attacks, high…

Gilbert wins in Uruguay

Martin Gilbert claimed the first win for Spidertech powered by Planet Energy at the UCI 2.2 Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay, taking the final sprint in the 170km-long stage 8. He outsprinted Roderyck Asconegui (URU-Porongos) and Piotr Krajewski (Mroz Activejet) for his third victory of the season, following his two wins in the Vuelta a Cuba…

Fly V Delivers Redlands to Day

For the second weekend in a row, the Fly V Australia team defended the yellow jersey of Ben Day against all to win the overall at the Redlands Bicycle Classic, the traditional NRC opener. Alejandro Borrajo (Jamis/Sutter Home) sprinted to win the final stage, the Sunset Road Race. Updated with photos

Hagens Berman Takes Aim at 2010

The Hagens Berman Cycling Team is looking forward to the start of the Redlands Cycling Classic which begins tomorrow. Riding a wave of success after 2009, which included launching Adrian Hegyvary into the pro ranks with the United Healthcare Pro Cycling Team, the team is ready to continue its mission of bringing the top amateur…

On Tap: Redlands Bicycle Classic

Here we go, the official start of the US professional racing season is here, not that there hasn’t been some hard racing before. The 25th Redlands Bicycle Classic brings together a very strong field of pro men and women vying for the overall win. Follow @podium_live on twitter for live updates during the race. Check…

Clarke sprints and Day repeats

The third and final stage of the men’s San Dimas Stage Race, the 90-minute Incycle/Cannondale Old Town Grand Prix was a controlled affair,  well until the final lap that is. The Fly V Australia team of yellow jersey Ben Day kept a tight leash on things, keeping the pace high  making sure that nothing threatened their…

When Teutenberg attacks

Riveting. The final stage of the  San Dimas Stage Race, the women’s Grand Prix delivered fabulous racing. Until the end, no one knew who had won the overall as we all tried to do math calculations, looking at time bonuses and time gaps. It was clear from the start that we were going to be…

Benjamin and Sutherland sprint to the win in San Dimas

Kelly Benjamin (Colavita/Baci) outsprinted her breakmates for the win at the San Dimas Hospital Road Race. Rory Sutherland (UnitedHealthcare) made his move on the final climb to take the win. Ben Day (Fly V Australia) and Mara Abbott (Peanut Butter Co TWENTY12) retain the yellow jersey with one stage left. Updated with photos.