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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 »

Mancebo to captain new American pro team

RealCyclist.com announced that Spanish professional Francisco Mancebo will captain their new U.S. Continental squad for the 2011 racing season.

Health insurance choices and cycling

I begin new employment next Monday, and my my new employer offers a choice of health plans through three different providers: Health Net, United Healthcare, and Kaiser Permanente. Each of these health insurance companies have slightly different features: HMO vs PPO, physician and facility locations, my out of pocket expense (premiums, copays and deductibles) and read more »

Tour of Missouri: Zabriskie takes the lead

Current Standings Here David Zabriskie sets flying time trial to win stage and yellow jerseyPhoto by John Pierce – Photosport International SEDALIA, MO − (September 11, 2009) – The Individual Time Trial at the Missouri State Fairgrounds proved to be a playground for four-time U.S. Pro ITT champion David Zabriskie today, winning by 30 seconds read more »

2009 Amgen Tour of California final team list`

Rock Racing included in final list of 17 teams LOS ANGELES, January 22, 2009 – Joining the previously announced eight ProTour teams, nine additional Pro Continental and Continental teams have been confirmed for the 2009 Amgen Tour of California by AEG, presenter of the professional cycling race. The nine-day stage race will feature 17 of read more »

2009 Amgen Tour of California route details

AEG revealed the route details for the 2009 Amgen Tour of California this morning. As was revealed in the Santa Rosa Democrat earlier this week, the race will start in Sacramento with a Prologue instead of a full blown stage as earlier planned. The stage from Davis to Santa Rosa becomes Stage 1. Stage 2 read more »