Clip from the hour-long Glencoe Grand Prix/US Pro Criterium (for men) press conference, held in Glencoe Village, Chicago on August 13, 2010. With defending champions Devon Haskell (TIBCO/To The Top) and Ben Kersten (Fly V Australia), Alison Powers (Team VBF), Kristen Meshberg (Flatlandia), Karl Menzies (UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis), Rahsaan Bahati (Bahati Foundation) and Ivan Dominguez (Jamis/Sutter Home).
Ken Hanson (Team Type 1) emerged from the dark and outsprinted Rahsaan Bahati (Bahati Foundation) and US National Elite Crit Champion Steve Reaney (CalGiant) to win the San Rafael Twilight Crit. That makes it two years in a row for Hanson.
Some of the happenings in the North American pro cycling scene for the week ending June 11 2010. Hilton Clarke to UHC. Sponsors bolster support for Bahati Foundation. Possible Tour of Maryland in 2012. Tour of Utah teams. USA Cycling, CCA news.
What’s up with the time penalties? Canadian National Team for Gatineau Races. Tour de Beauce teams. Bahati Foundation team news.
The famous Mark Twain quote – “the reports of my death are greatly exaggerated” – is quite appropriate for the Bahati Foundation Cycling Team today. Rumors have been swirling about the team folding following Floyd Landis statements but the team is continuing on without its co-sponsor.
Bahati fined after Dana Point Grand Prix incident. Tim Johnson and Roman Van Uden out with injuries. Amber Neben to Webcor Builders. USA team for PanAm Games.
Such sad news. Rider for the Bahati Foundation Cycling team, Jorge Alvarado was killed yesterday in San Bernardino County, California while out on a training ride. The 27-year old, originally from Mexico, had joined the team as an amateur earlier this year after racing many years with Kahala-LaGrange.
Hilton Clarke (Bahati Foundation) ousprinted UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis duo Jake Keough and Andrew Pinfold to win the Redlands Criterium. Fly V Australia’s Ben Day defended his six tenths of a second lead to keep the yellow jersey. Updated with photos
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…
Newport Beach, CA March 9, 2010 – The Bahati Foundation Pro Cycling Team is proud to announce two new members and ambassadors for the Bahati Foundation. Floyd Landis and Josh Berry come onto the team just in time for the Bahati Foundation Launch and Pro Cycling Team Introduction this Friday, March 12th at one of…
BISSELL’s Ben Jacques-Maynes outsprinted his breakmates for the win at the Merco Foothills Road Race. HTC-Columbia’s Ina Teutenberg took the win making it a sweep for her team at the Merco Cycling Classic. Updated with Photo Gallery.
With two of the top sprinters in North America, the Bahati Foundation Pro Cycling Team executed perfect tactics at the Merco Downtown Criterium and swept the podium putting Matty Rice on the top step. Rahsaan Bahati was second and Hilton Clarke third. Updated with photo gallery.
Newport Beach, February 16, 2010 – The newly formed Bahati Foundation Pro Cycling Team announced today, the addition of 5 amateurs. The team will be made up of Category 1 & 2 level cyclist who will be competing in non-UCI events throughout the United States, while acting as ambassadors to the mission of the program.…
Earlier today, the Bahati Foundation Pro Cycling Team released its roster for the 2010 season. The team is one of three new UCI Continental Men’s teams registered with USA Cycling for 2010, the other new teams are Adageo Energy Pro Cycling and Team Hotel San Jose. The 12 men’s teams that have applied for Continental…