Tag Archives: luis amaran
Posted on 04. Sep, 2012 by lyne.
It’s that time of year again, the so-called silly season – though there really is nothing silly about it – when riders and teams announce transfer news and contract renewals. Here’s a quick roundup of the info so far: Merger. The biggest news has to be the merger of the Inferno Racing and On The […]
Posted on 27. Aug, 2010 by lyne.
It’s nearly official: Luis Amaran of the Jamis/Sutter Home Men’s Cycling Team presented by Colavita is set to finish the 2010 road racing season as the USA Cycling National Racing Calendar (NRC) champion. While the NRC season officially concludes with the 27th annual Chris Thater Memorial on Sunday, August 29, Amaran holds such a wide […]
Posted on 09. May, 2010 by lyne.
Solo attacks and crashes were the story of the day at the Fayetteville Criterium, the fourth and final stage of the Joe Martin Stage Race. In the end Alexi Rhodes (Team VBF) and Karl Menzies (UnitedHealthcare p/b Maxxis) emerged with the stage win and Alison Powers (Team VBF) and Luis Amaran (Jamis/Sutter Home) claimed the […]
Posted on 07. May, 2010 by lyne.
Bernie Sulzberger (Fly V Australia) and Modesta Vzesniauskaite (Colavita/Baci) win Friday Road Race at the Joe Martin Stage race. Both Luis Amaran (Jamis/Sutter Home) and Alison Powers (Team VBF) finished top 3 on the stage and take over the GC lead with time bonuses.
Posted on 02. Aug, 2009 by lyne.
With a whopping $11,000 on the line for the winner, the Chicago Blackhawks Pro Men Stage 2 of the Alexian Brothers Tour Elk Grove came down to a bunch sprint won by Colavita/Sutter Home’s Sebastian Haedo ahead of Karl Menzies (OUCH-Maxxis) and Jonathan Cantwell (Fly V Australia). By picking up a 12 time bonus for finishing second, Menzies grabs the lead, with one stage to go, trailed by previous leader BISSELL’s Tom Zirbel at 8 seconds back, and BMC’s Brent Bookwalter at 9 seconds. Photos.
Posted on 19. Apr, 2009 by lyne.
The BISSELL team used its numbers to perfection in Saturday’s circuit race at the Sea Otter Classic to pull out the win and take 3rd and 4th spots. Under the watchful eye of Fausto Pinarello, Andy Jacques-Maynes soloed to victory after attacking a 3-man break in the climb of the final lap. Luis Amaran (Colavita/Sutter […]