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Robin Carpenter Signs Two-Year Deal with Rally Cycling

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Wrestling the Grizzly 100 – By Larissa Connors (TWENTY20 Pro Cycling)

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SoCalCross Prestige Series Kicks Off this Weekend, Cyclocross Calendar on SoCalCycling.com

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Great race course, thousands of excited fans, top level athlete participation, uplifting theme, and a commitment to helping charities and the local community. The USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) race on Sunday, May 6th, will again attract the nation’s top professional and amateur racers to the beautiful Pacific Coast community of Dana Point California. …

Yesterday was the four year anniversary of my 1st road race. Four years ago at Devil’s Punchbowl, I rode away from the field and won! But USAC official, Jack Vincent, relegated me to last place because I failed the roll out. At the time I had no idea what junior gears were. Anyway, that is …

With higher than normal temperatures, green foothills and snow capped mountains, the 2012 Vlees Huis Road Race will provide an epic course for racers this weekend in Bakersfield. Riders will battle for a very unique winner’s trophy and over $2,000 in prize money. The 30 mile loop features challenging climbs, fast descents, new asphalt. New …

First a little bit of background for those of you not familiar with the Vision Quest. It’s a 55 mile endurance mountain bike race put on by the Warrior’s Society here in Southern California. It’s not your average 55 miles though. There’s 11,000 ft of climbing and some really technical single track descending. Now the …

Tom Boonen won his fourth Paris-Roubaix (2005, 2008, 2009, 2012) on Sunday, after riding solo for 50km out of  257.5km. He also earned the second “double” of his career. Boonen is the only rider in men’s road racing history to win Ronde van Vlaanderen and Paris-Roubaix in the same season twice. Boonen is also the …

Sarah Hammer on Saturday delivered America’s first medal at the 2012 UCI Track World Championships in Hisense Arena in Melbourne. Hammer won the bronze medal in the women’s omnium in a seesaw battle with Tara Whitten (CAN). In reaching the podium in the women’s omnium at the world championships, Hammer has earned an automatic nomination …