Veilleux Going to The Tour de France

The rumors have been circulating for the past week but today the news was made official, David Veilleux will be racing at the Tour de France with his Europcar team. The 25-year old rider will be the first Québécois to race in La Grande Boucle. “I am extremely pleased with this news. This is a…

Veilleux Had The Best Legs Of His Season

Canadian David Veilleux was all smiles a few minutes after he crossed the line at the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal only four seconds from the winner. On a tough course, the 23-year old Europcar rider survived all attacks and accelerations to stay with the main contenders. “I am very, very satisfied. I had the…

A Page Of Cycling History

“We showed that the Canadians are here and that they’re ready for the dance.” Directeur Sportif of Team Canada p/b Spidertech Steve Bauer said after the Grand Prix Cycliste ProTour Québec. A page of cycling history was written on Friday when Québec City hosted the first race of the ProTour on the American continent. A…

Team Canada Is Ready To Battle

Only one rider on Team Canada p/b Spidertech has raced repeatedly at ProTour events or against ProTour teams, Dominique Rollin of the Pro Continental squad Cervelo Testteam, and he is optimistic about the chances of the team in the two races coming up on home soil. “We have 2 or 3 riders that can finish…

Glencoe GP with David Veilleux

Post-race video interview with winner of the Glencoe Grand Prix, David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit Strategies). Canadian National Crit Champion Veilleux became the first ever rider from Canada to win both the Canadian and American Criterium championships.

Veilleux Wins Glencoe GP, Holloway Takes Stars & Stripes

Stronger or smarter? That’s the question that was posed to Daniel Holloway (BISSELL) a few minutes after he became the new US Pro Crit Champion at the AT&T USA Cycling Professional Criterium National Championship in Glencoe, IL. “I guess, after it’s all said and done I was definitely a smarter rider today. Ten laps to…

KBS Sweeps Tour de Delta

The Canadian branch of KBS Pro Cycling continued their hot streak in British Columbia on Sunday, with Zach Bell, David Veilleux, and Ryan Anderson forming an all-green podium at the White Spot Road Race to take the GC crown once and for all. Bell was part of an early 10-man breakaway, then rode away during…

A lot at play this year for David Veilleux

David Veilleux’s goals for this year are set, they include the Amgen Tour of California, followed by the Philadelphia International Championship, the Canadian National Championships and the two Pro Tour races held in Quebec. But the future is a bit murkier for the Kelly Benefit Strategies rider and it all depends how this year unfolds.

Worlds Recap

A quick recap of how the North American cyclists fared at the 76th World Championships UCI Road World Championships which were held in Mendrisio, Switzerland, from Wednesday 23 September  in Mendrisio, Switzerland. The competition started with the 33.2 km Men U23 Time Trial won by Jack Bobridge of Australia earned the U23 men’s world title…

Rock Racing takes control in Utah

The Rock Racing duo of Francisco Mancebo and Oscar Sevilla finished 1-2 on the 137 km (85 mi) Stage 1 of the Larry H Miller Tour of Utah, putting the yellow leader’s jersey on Mancebo’s shoulders.   The pair attacked on the   climb to the second and last KOM, caught and passed the break…

KBS’s David Veilleux solos to victory in Charlotte

With two and a half laps to go on the 1.25-mile (2 km) course, in a great show of strength David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit Strategies) soloed away from his breakaway companions to take the win and the check for $12,500 at the Presbyterian Hospital Invitational Criterium in Charlotte NC. Team Type 1’s Aldo Ino Ilesic…

Veilleux takes Superweek’s Great Downer Avenue

Straight off the plane from racing at the Pan American Games, Canadian David Veilleux of the Kelly Benefit Stragies won the crown jewel of Superweek, the Great Downer Avenue Bike Race p/b Midwest Airlines on Saturday. After lapping the field as part of a 7-rider breakaway, KBS delivered the perfect leadout for the win as…

Most Aggressive rider David Veilleux

The three-time U23 Canadian Time Trial champion and two-time U23 Canadian Road Champion 20-year old David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit/Medifast) was named Most Aggressive Rider after stage 5 at the Tour of Missouri. Not a surprise for those that follow Canadian Cycling. Earlier this year, he also won the U25 Tour of Pennsylvania race. He also…

Spotlight on David Veilleux

In the cyclingnews report, Kelly Cup winner David Veilleux (Kelly Benefit/Medifast) states that he was an underdog because most of the other riders didn’t know him. But his win was not a surprise for those who follow the Quebec and Canadian cycling scene. The 20-year old Veilleux won the U23 Canadian Time Trial championships twice…