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Teams and preliminary rosters for Redlands Bicycle Classic

Posted on 19. Mar, 2009 by .

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A who’s who of North American cycling is going to take to the streets for the 2009 edition of the Redlands Bicycle Classic when it gets underway on Thursday March 26th. A total of 26 men’s teams and 21 women’s team bringing more than 200 men and nearly 150 women, the NRC opener should be […]

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Baldwin’s bike change or fun with Photoshop

Posted on 11. Apr, 2008 by .

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After crashing, Chris Baldwin had to endure 2 bike changes and I caught one (on the wrong side of the road), at the KOM. After some photoshop magic, we see that Baldwin did his second bike change, calmly and managed to stay in the main field.

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Redlands Stage 3

Posted on 08. Apr, 2008 by .

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Rock Racing did it. They controlled the stage from start to finish, with a little help from the Colombian Caico team, and kept the leader jersey’s in the hands of Santiago Botero. (Race Report). The tough Sunset loop stage was made even tougher by multiple crashes including one on the first time up sunset, on […]

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Redlands Stage 2

Posted on 06. Apr, 2008 by .

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Fast and furious crit in downtown Redlands in front of a big local crowd. Always fun. A 4-man break got away early in the race and was never caught even with the Toyota-United train rolling full speed to try and catch them. Team Type 1′s bad luck continued with Shawn Milne, part of the break, […]

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Redlands Stage 1

Posted on 04. Apr, 2008 by .

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Redlands Stage 1 was a new stage in Beaumont and most men seemed to be expecting a bunch sprint finish and an easier stage that previous year’s Oak Glen Road Race. They couldn’t have been more wrong. The pace was high from the start, and riders were being dropped on the first lap of the […]

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Redlands Prologue

Posted on 03. Apr, 2008 by .

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The Redlands Classic started with off with the difficult 5km prologue under gray skies. While walking around and saying hi to the women, High Road’s Kim Anderson told me that Mara was flying. And she was right. Mara Abbott won the prologue with the enigmatics Kat Carroll (Aarons) in second, and the amazing Kim in […]

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