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Jennifer Valente Victorious in Colorado Classic and at Track Nationals

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Industry Screening of “Blood Road” For All Interbike Attendees

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America’s most-decorated cyclist joins Performance United to develop future champions. The winner of four Olympic medals, eight UCI Track Cycling World Championships and 15 UCI Track Cycling World Championships medals while setting two world records in the process, Sarah Hammer has decided to hang up her racing wheels. The three-time Olympian and one of America’s …

Fresh off three national track titles, Valente scores a powerful stage win to start Colorado Classic Track specialist Jennifer Valente of Sho-Air TWENTY20 Cycling scored a powerful hometown victory in the opening stage of Colorado Classic in Colorado Springs, showing that last week’s National Track Titles were the perfect tune-up for today’s fast 61km course. …

Interbike, the largest bicycle industry trade event in North America, will host a movie screening of “Blood Road” in partnership with Red Bull Media House on September 20th. “Blood Road” follows ultra-endurance mountain bike athlete Rebecca Rusch and her Vietnamese riding partner, Huyen Nguyen, as they pedal 1,200 miles along the Ho Chi Minh Trail …

Erica Allar put on a masterful display of tactical savvy and speed to claim the Criterium National Championship in Louisville, Kentucky. Emma White crossed the line in sixth to finish second in the U-23 category. Allar’s win was the team’s eighth national title in the last nine days, while Eric Young’s second-place in the men’s …

Cyclists from around the nation have overtaken Louisville as both the Amateur Road National Championships and Pro Criterium and Team Time Trial National Championships kicked off with the individual and team time trials on Thursday. Spencer County High School in nearby Taylorsville set the stage as junior and elite amateurs set out for the individual …

The USA Cycling Pro Road & Time Trial National Championships will be held for the first time in Knoxville on June 24-25. Professional bicycle racing remains one of the most unique sporting events for spectators, as admission is free to the course and many activities. The road races on Sunday are the signature events for …