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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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Fabian Cancellara posted up the best time in the final time trial at Tirreno-Adriatico to earn the second win of the season for RADIOSHACK NISSAN TREK. Teammate Chris Horner defended the race lead, but slipped to second on the classification behind winner Vincenzo Nibali. Throw in Daniele Bennati’s second place finish today and you have …

Round #2 of the Pro XCT series saw a host of new faces at the front of the pack, and first time winners in both fields with the absence of many last weeks top ten riders opting to prepare for the upcoming world cup next weekend in South Africa. In the women’s race, local Allison …

Amber Neben (Irvine, CA/Specialized-lululemon) claimed the gold medal in the women’s time trial today at the Pan American Road and Track Championships Mar Del Plata, Argentina. Neben posted the winning time of 26:60.096 over the out-and-back course, beating out silver medalist Rhae Shaw of Canada who posted a time of 27:47.068. Collecting the bronze medal …

Thirty-four men’s and women’s domestic elite teams will join 17 total UCI Continental squads in competition for the USA Cycling National Racing Calendar (NRC) as well as the National Criterium Calendar (NCC) team titles in 2012. Several Southern California based mens and women’s teams have registered: CashCall Mortgage, Spy-Swamis Development Elite Team and Stage 17 …

The Merco Cycling Classic has gradually grown over the past 4 years from a conventional two day road race-criterium weekend to a challenging 4-day stage race that kicks of the stage race month off March. I first did the race back in 2009 when I was racing mostly in Northern California, and one thing about …

Tom Boonen finished off a fantastic team effort on Monday at the 185.5km stage 2 of Paris-Nice – from Mantes-la-Jolie to Orleans – winning in a sprint amongst a 20-plus rider echelon that included four Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team members. “First of all let me thank the team,” Tom Boonen said. “Levi Leipheimer, …