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Photo Gallery: Interbike Day 2

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The Victorville Omnium provide three great days of racing in the high desert with great courses in Time Trial, Road Race and Criterium. Below is a Photo Gallery from the  racing action from the Road Race and Criterium. Race Report Results Victorville Omnium – Road Race [SlideDeck2 id=30631] Victorville Omnium – Criterium [SlideDeck2 id=30699] Photos © …

The US CUP was held this past weekend at the Southridge course in Fontana. The Short Track event on Sunday, provided a fast and spectator friendly venue to view the Pro Men and Pro Women battle it out over the scenic course. Below is a Photo Gallery from the day’s racing action. A full Photo …

The US CUP presented by Ridebiker Alliance got off to a great start this weekend at Fontana City, California with Specialized Factory Racing’s Kate Courney  and Christopher Blevins taking the honors in the cross country races on Saturday. The two young riders (Courtney is 22 while Blevins is just 19) gave a glimpse of a …

The San Dimas Stage Race wrapped up three days of great racing with the Incycle / Cannondale Old Town Grand Prix which was held on the palm tree lined streets of Downtown San Dimas. After three days of hard racing, Conner Brown (Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling) moved into the lead to snatch the Overall GC victory from …

The San Dimas Stage Race continued with the  San Dimas Community Hospital Road Race around Lake Puddingstone and Bonelli Park. The course  included a climb up Heckler’s Hill each lap. There was some fast racing action in all categories. In the Pro men’s race,  Robin Carpenter (Holowesko Citadel) won from a fast  field sprint to the line …

The 2017 San Dimas Stage Race got underway on Friday with a challenging 4.25 mile Time Trial up Glendora Mountain Road. GMR is one of SoCal’s most beautiful, scenic and popular climbs for cyclists to ride. The SDSR Time Trial course had a total elevation gain of 1257 feet and an average grade of 4.5 – 6.5 percent. …