One On One With Adam Myerson

What can be said about Adam Myerson, road and cross racer, race promoter series organizer, coach, that hasn’t already said? Never shy to express himself, Myerson shares many of his thoughts and emotions through twitter which sometimes generates criticism. After his road team, Team Mountain Khakis p/b Smartstop, had a successful season, Myerson jumped right…

Keough – Next year Is Going To Be Huge

Luke Keough (Champion System p/b Keough cyclocross) did it again at the Cycle-Smart International this past weekend. The 20-year old picked his first and second UCI wins of the cross season to sweep, for the second year in a row, the races in Northampton, MA. The victories put him on top of the Shimano New…

the week that was

News from the week ending August 13: Last race for Mark Hekman (Mt Khakis). New course for Univest Grand Prix. More names added to Grand Prix Cyclistes Québec & Montréal, and one, Cadel Evans (BMC) removed.

Adam Myerson (Mt Khakis) at the start of stage 3 of the Alexian Bros Tour of Elk Grove

Myerson Is Back In The Saddle

Just as the important to his team criterium season was heating up, Adam Myerson of Team Mountain Khakis f/b Jittery Joe’s went down hard at the Giro d’Grafton, a race in the USA Crits Series, and broke a bone in his left wrist. Six weeks later, the man who “doesn’t like to take breaks” was…

Olds and Huff win omnium at Tulsa Tough

Hot weather, large crowds, fast racing and crashes – especially in the women’s races – over the weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma as NRC points and big money were on the line at the 3 criteriums in 3 days of racing at the Tulsa Tough p/b The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis. Jelly Belly’s Brad Hiff and Proman’s Shelley Olds won the omnium title.