2019 Redlands Stage Race Criterium

The Redlands Bicycle Classic criterium is always an awesome event that is held in downtown Redlands on a fast, technical course. We caught the Pro 1 men in action as they raced through streets of Redlands in front of cheering fans. Results Be sure to check out SoCalCycling.com’s Event Calendars for upcoming Road Events, Mountain Bike Events and Fun Rides throughout the …

Lockwood escapes to win 35th Redlands Bicycle Classic, Simmons solos to stage victory Cory Lockwood (Semper Porro) claimed the biggest win of his career after a gutsy move in the Sunset Loop Road Race, breaking away with five laps to go and hanging on with Quinn Simmons (Landis Cyclery) to the line.    “It’s fantastic,” Lockwood …

Granigan earns first victory for Floyd’s Pro Cycling, Vermaerke maintains GC lead Noah Granigan outsprinted Scott Mcgill to win the Downtown Redlands Criterium Race on Saturday. A break of nine riders was established a few laps into the 90-minute stage, working together in order to fight for the win in the final lap. The 9-corner …

2019 Redlands Classic Oakglen

Stephen Bassett upset the pre-stage favorites on the queen stage of the Redlands Bicycle Classic today, timing a late attack on the decisive Oak Glen climb to perfection. The First Internet Bank rider rode away from Edgar Frayre (Elevate – KHS) and yesterday’s stage winner Kevin Vermaerke (Hagens Berman Axeon) to win by a handful …

2019 Redlands Classic Highland Circuit Race

Kevin Vermaerke continued the domination of Hagens Berman Axeon at Redlands Classic, winning the 58.1-mile Highlands Circuit Race while his teammate, Cole David, took second in the uphill field sprint. Alex Cowan (Floyds Cycling) was close behind in third place.  “We had a solid team, especially after yesterday we were in a strong position overall,” …

2019 Redlands Classic Time Trial

Sean Quinn narrowly claimed the win today in a windy opening time trial at the Redlands Cycling Classic. The Axeon Hagens Berman rider charged to the finish with a time of 15:21, just one second faster than Jarret Oldham (First Internet Bank) on the windy 11-kilometer course.    “I had a time in mind, which …