Routley Claims 10th At Tour of Turkey

Will Routley of Team SpiderTech powered by C10 finished in tenth place as the eight-day 2012 Presidential Tour of Turkey came to an end. The last day of racing in Turkey was held in Istanbul, in one of the world’s most historically important cities. Routley rode conservatively and safely on this last day of competition…

Routley Top 10 Of Mountain Stage In Turkey

Canadian cyclist Will Routley of Whistler, BC had a stellar day with Team SpiderTech powered by C10, cracking the Top 10 on the third stage of the Presidential Tour of Turkey, in what proved to be a very difficult mountain stage stretching almost 152 kilometres. Routley finished the day in 10th place, three minutes behind…

Climbers Test Themselves On Sierra Road

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).

10-Year Quest for Will Routley

When Will Routley won the Canadian National Road Championships last Sunday, it was the end of a 10-year quest for the rider on the Jelly Belly p/b Kenda team. “From age 17, 18 as a junior I started to think I had a shot at winning Nationals as a Junior Mountain Biker, but didn’t win.”…

Radio Ban: The Flip Side

Time to look at the flip side of the race radio ban and answer the very important question: With the race radio ban in effect, what can be done to keep the Directeur Sportif from getting bored in the car? Brooke Miller (TIBCO/To The Top), Andy Jacques-Maynes (BISSELL), Kristin Sanders (Team VBF), Will Routley (Jelly…

Fly V Delivers Redlands to Day

For the second weekend in a row, the Fly V Australia team defended the yellow jersey of Ben Day against all to win the overall at the Redlands Bicycle Classic, the traditional NRC opener. Alejandro Borrajo (Jamis/Sutter Home) sprinted to win the final stage, the Sunset Road Race. Updated with photos

KBS’ Anderson and Jazz Apple’s Ellis win Tour de Delta

The first of BC Superweek, the Tour de Delta was held over the weekend in British Columbia with youngsters winning the overall with Canadian Ryan Anderson (Kelly Benefit Strategies) and Kiwi Lauren Ellis (Jazz Apple) winning the overall general classification, along with the Best Young Rider award for the 21-year old Anderson and 20-year old Ellis.