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Posted on 09. Dec, 2011 by lyne.
Danny Summerhill (Garmin-Cervelo) shares his thoughts on the on the Deschutes Brewery Cup course for the fourth and final weekend of the Exergy US Gran Prix of Cyclocross. Summerhill was pre-riding the course which presents completely different conditions to last year’s Nationals where he won the U23 National Championships for the second year in a […]
Posted on 17. Aug, 2011 by lyne.
After three years of racing with the development arm of the organization, 22-year old Danny Summerhill got the call up to become a stagiaire with Garmin-Cervélo at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. “It’s anyone dream come true to be able to be invited to ride with some of the greatest guys in the […]
Posted on 27. Apr, 2011 by lyne.
Francisco Mancebo (RealCyclist.com) did it again at stage 1 of the SRAM Tour of the Gila. He put in an attack with 2km to go on the steep climb to Mogollon and outclimbed everyone to win the stage and take over the GC and KOM lead. Continuing on his great start to the season, Tyler […]
Posted on 27. Dec, 2010 by lyne.
Right after the juniors, it was the U23 men’s turn to take on the Zolder World Cup in what US U23 National Champion Danny Summehill called epic conditions. “That was epic.” Summerhill said right after the race. Summerhill was the top American finishing in 13th. “Like I keep saying time and time again, this weather […]
Posted on 12. Dec, 2010 by lyne.
The U23 men led off the afternoon with what became a two-man duel lasting into the final lap. Defending champion Danny Summerhill (Garmin Transitions-Team Holowesko Partners) and Zach McDonald (Rapha Focus) took turns trying to ride away from each other after opening up a large gap on the rest of the field.
Posted on 13. Dec, 2009 by lyne.
The two favorites came through in the U23 and Junior 17-18 races with Danny Summerhill (Felt-Holowesko Partners-Garmin) and Cody Kaiser (California Giant/Specialized) taking the titles in their respective races on a muddy course in Bend on Saturday. Photo Galleries of Junior Men 17-18, U23 Men