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17 USA pro cycling teams

16 professional mens cycling teams and one womens team have been sanctioned by the UCI for road racing in the United States. Two of these teams — BMC Racing and Slipstream/Chipotle — will compete in Europe as Professional Continental teams, while the other teams will compete primarily on the NRC circuit and the USA Cycling read more »

ATOC: Prologue recap

Everybody knows by now that Fabian Cancellara of CSC won the individual time trial in 3:51. Bradley Wiggins of High Road and Slipstream’s Tyler Farrar followed by just four and five seconds, respectively, with last year’s winner Levi Leipheimer (Astana) coming in four place. Some spectators on the course expressed surprise that Leipheimer didn’t win, read more »

2008 Amgen Tour of California teams

17 professional cycling teams will compete in the 2008 Amgen Tour of California, including Pro Tour teams and several top USA domestic teams to make this a world class bicycle race for an American audience. Split between teams who compete on the UCI Pro Tour and those who race predominately in the United States, the read more »

2008 USA Cycling Pro Tour

USA Cycling announced its season-long professional road cycling calendar for 2008 on Thursday. USA Cycling is the governing body for pro cycling in the United States recognized by the UCI and US Olympic Committee. With 16 races on tap for 2008, this season’s USA Cycling Professional Tour features three more races than its predecessor, including read more »

Since my office move from Menlo Park to Santa Clara I intended a weekly bike ride over the Santa Cruz mountains to work. That plan fell victim to my sloth, until today.

Bicycle stuff

You might remember the 83 year old woman who rode her bicycle to safety when a tsunami hit Hachinohe, Japan. Taylor Anderson, who was last seen riding her bike in Ishinomaki, wasn’t as lucky: She’s the first known American casualty from the disaster in Japan. The 24 year old school teacher from Virginia worked for read more »