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Posted on 08. May, 2012 by lyne.
Chad Beyer (Competitive Cyclist) came close – 15 seconds close – to winning the overall at the SRAM Tour of the Gila. After the time trial, his admitted weakness, Beyer dropped down from second to ninth on GC at 2:38 from red jersey Rory Sutherland (UnitedHealthcare). “It was good, it would have been nice to […]
Posted on 11. May, 2011 by lyne.
Who would have thought that the Joe Martin Stage Race would bring some of the best racing this year. Well it did, stage 3 saw the men’s field, shuffle and re-shuffle, explode and come back together, in an extremely dynamic race with non-stop attacking. “Just real knock’em, sock’em stage. It’s too bad the general public […]
Posted on 07. May, 2011 by lyne.
What a stage at day 3 of the Joe Martin Stage Race. Every time you thought the race was decided, that the break would make it, that Francisco Mancebo (RealCyclist.com) had lost the yellow jersey, the deck would get re-shuffled and new cards would be played out. The second time was the charm for Jay […]
Posted on 01. May, 2011 by lyne.
Francisco Mancebo (RealCyclist.com) notched another NRC stage race with the overall at the SRAM Tour of the Gila. After bridging up to the break, Mancebo upped the pace to drop his breakmate on the second to last climb and soloed to victory. The pace was so high in today’s Queen Stage, that he crossed the […]
Posted on 30. Apr, 2011 by lyne.
The Trek-Livestrong kids did it again at stage 4 of the SRAM Tour of the Gila. Seventh out of the final corner, Australian Joe Lewis opened and sprinted to the line to take the bunch sprint, making two years in a row for Trek-Livestrong following Taylor Phinney‘s win last year. Alejandro Borrajo (Jamis/Sutter Home) took […]
Posted on 28. Apr, 2011 by lyne.
Without the winds from previous year on the Inner Loop Road Race, stage of the Tour of the Gila, a bunch sprint was (almost) inevitable. Though the remnants of the very early break, initiated at the end of the neutral section, raised a question in our minds, the pack was back together as they barreled […]
Posted on 25. Apr, 2011 by lyne.
A month or so into the domestic road season and what did we see ? We saw Ben Day has not lost his fire and is still a threat and that his new team, Kenda/5-Hour Energy, was able to rally around him at San Dimas to defend the overall. Redlands came down to a duel […]
Posted on 01. Apr, 2011 by lyne.
Once again, the break stayed away in stage 1 of the Redlands Bicycle Classic, the 120.5 miles (193.2 km) Beaumont Circuit Race. Youngster John Bennett (CalGiant), who got noticed at the MERCO Credit Union Classic Race, outsprinted the two remaining riders in the move to take the win. Lachlan Morton (Chipotle Development Team) was second […]
Posted on 11. Mar, 2011 by lyne.
One of the new US-registered Continental teams, the RealCyclist.com Pro Cycling Team, has a point to prove in 2011. “We have a lot of riders who have a point to prove in a lot of different ways. Hopefully that will be channeled in the right direction and we’ll get the best out of everybody on […]