Tag Archives: tyler wren
Posted on 11. Jul, 2014 by lyne.
Two-time winner Tyler Wren (Jamis-Hagens Berman) talks about the Crusher in the Tushar, his love of off-road racing and bike choices to tackle the event in the stunning back country of Utah’s Tushar Mountans and Fishlake National Forest. Starting in Beaver, 70-mile course features a 40/60 split between tarmac and dirt/gravel sectors and over 10,000 […]
Posted on 16. May, 2013 by lyne.
Not only did Janier Acevedo outclimb everyone to claim the victory on stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California but his Team Jamis-Hagens Berman p/s Sutter Home has been able to successfully defend his yellow jersey for the past two days. A first for a UCI Continental team in the eight years of the […]
Posted on 20. Jul, 2012 by pressrelease.
With a solo attack in the closing miles of the race, Tyler Wren of Jamis-Sutter Home won the second edition of the Beaver County Travel ‘Crusher in the Tushar’ presented by DNA Cycling. It was Wren’s second-straight victory at the race. Held in Beaver, Ut., on 14 July, the Crusher in the Tushar followed a […]
Posted on 16. Jan, 2012 by lyne.
Tyler Wren (Jamis/Sutter Home) was looking forwards to stage 9 at the UCI 2.2 Vuelta Chile this past Saturday. “Most important to me this week was the queen stage to Farrellones which I saw as a chance at redemption after finishing second there last year and later inheriting the victory after the winner’s positive.” Wren […]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2011 by lyne.
Last year, Radioshack’s Levi Leipheimer was also in yellow going into the final weekend of the Larry H Miller Tour of Utah. With no teammates, he was able to successfully defend to win the overall but it’s a whole new ballgame in 2011. Salt Lake City residents Jeff Louder (BMC) and Tyler Wren (Jamis/Sutter Home) give insight on the course.
Posted on 19. May, 2011 by lyne.
At the start of stage 3, all eyes were looking up the road, literally, with not only the first mountain-top finish of the race but the first KOM points attributed due to the canceled and shortened earlier stages. The climbers and GC contenders would now come out to the front of the race and at the end of 81-mile (131-km) stage some would be disappointed. With Canadian Champion Will Routley (Spidertech p/w C10), Tyler Wren (Jamis/Sutter Home) and Chris Baldwin (BISSELL).
Posted on 27. Apr, 2011 by lyne.
Francisco Mancebo (RealCyclist.com) did it again at stage 1 of the SRAM Tour of the Gila. He put in an attack with 2km to go on the steep climb to Mogollon and outclimbed everyone to win the stage and take over the GC and KOM lead. Continuing on his great start to the season, Tyler […]