Is Rock Racing too old?

A commenter on a previous post raised a very interesting question: Rock looks to be facing some difficulties though with ages and numbers. Can anyone figure out how their roster will work as a continental team? According to cyclingnews, Rock Racing is registering as a Continental team for 2009, which means that they must follow…

Interview – the creed of Creed

At just 27 years of age, American Mike Creed of the Rock Racing team finished up his ninth year as a professional with his last road race of the season, the Tour of Missouri back in September. While coming through the ranks, Creed was crowned U.S. national champion 20 times and was a member of…

Tyler Hamilton is the new US National Road Race Champion

In what is sure to re-ignite the discussions on cycling forums all over the world, in a photo finish, Rock Racing’s Tyler Hamilton won a 2-man sprint ahead of Garmin-Chipotle’s Blake Caldwell to win the US Pro Road Race Championship earlier today in Greenville, SC.  Danny Pate (Garmin-Chipotle) was third.  Many tried but no moves…

Rock Racing Announces Creation of Catastrophic Injury Fund

While I don’t typically post press releases, this one caught my eye. I will post any information that comes my way regarding this fund: Culver City, Calif. — Rock Racing today announced the creation of the “Professional Cycling Catastrophic Injury Fund,” a charitable entity to raise money for professional and elite amateur cyclists who suffer…