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Interview: BMC’s Brent Bookwalter – on Roubaix, lightpoles and more (part 2)

Posted on 10. Apr, 2009 by .


In the first part of our conversation, BMC’s Brent Bookwalter talked about his teammate’s win at the Redlands Bicycle Classic, his involvment in defending the jersey and his journey to the pro ranks. Then two years ago, he broke his femur … Eleven months, that’s the time gap between his crash and his first race […]

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Interview: BMC’s Brent Bookwalter – on Roubaix, lightpoles and more (part 1)

Posted on 09. Apr, 2009 by .


Two years ago, on April 8 2007, during a stage of the Tryptique Monts et Chateaux, Brent Bookwalter crashed into lightpole and fractured his femur. Surgery, complications and more surgery followed keeping the rider away from racing for eleven months. Fast forward to the present where Bookwalter is in France getting ready to race Paris-Roubaix […]

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BMC’s Stewart wins Redlands crit and Louder still in the lead

Posted on 29. Mar, 2009 by .


BMC, BMC and more BMC. After his team controlled the 90-minute Redlands criterium, BMC’s Jackson Stewart came out of the crashed-marred final lap in fourth wheel around the last corner and outsprinted everyone for the win. Canadian Andrew Pinfold (Ouch) was second, and Stewart’s teammate Brent Bookwalter was third. “There was a bunch of crashes, […]

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