Cantwell Talks Win And More

With his win at Chris Thater Memorial Crit – which also delivered a 1-2  for his Fly V Australia team – Jonathan Cantwell capped off a hot streak of racing in the United States. Since July,  his win column includes the NRC races Boise Twilight Crit, two stage wins and the overall at the Alexian…

Confirmation For Fly V Australia

“It’s been amazing.” said Fly V Australia DS Henk Vogels about his team’s results at the Larry H Miller Tour of Utah. “I’d be lying if I told you that we were coming here for all the classifications, we come here to win the Tour but when you have two Top 10 Tour de France…

Louder Soars Above The Carnage In Park City

What a crit! Expectations were high for the Park City Criterium, words like smashfest, bloodbath were used and riders were nervous as they started to stage 20 minutes before the start of stage 4 of the Larry H Miller Tour of Utah. You could see it in their faces as they looked up Main Street…

A Sweet Win For Tanner

“I was really pleased with the win on Wednesday. “ said David Tanner in an understated manner this morning as he was getting ready to go on a training ride. The 25-year old  on the Fly V Australia made his way into two breaks, worked hard on each of them and topped it off with…

Leipheimer Takes Over At Utah

Riding solo, Levi Leipheimer (Mellow Johnny’s) rode away from select group of riders on the tough climb up Mt Nebo to win stage 2 of the Larry H Miller Tour of Utah.  He also rode away with the yellow jersey with three stages to go. Can he defend without a team, especially on the tough…

Tanner Takes Sprint, Dowsett Takes Yellow In Utah

After working hard in two breaks, David Tanner (Fly V Australia) outsprinted Alex Dowsett (Trek-Livestrong) for the win in the tough stage 1 at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. The pair had flown away from a break on Emigration Canyon. “I had good legs, I was feeling really strong.” said Tanner. “I cooperated…

Talking About Glencoe GP & US Pro Crit

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).

Fly V Australia In The Hunt For a Stage Win

The Fly V Australia team came into the Amgen Tour of California with a plan to showcase the team, to prove that they belong on the international cycling scene. The Continental team is on a trajectory to become the first Australian Pro Tour team. “We’ve shown that we’re the strongest team in the US this…