Iconic scenery, atypical weather: Inside DNA Pro Cycling’s Arizona team training camp and Valley of the Sun stage race
"We train in it so we can race in it," said team rider Daphne Karagianis.
"We train in it so we can race in it," said team rider Daphne Karagianis.
The racing scene in the US has taken a big hit in recent seasons with few major road races remaining on the calendar.
After a slew of bad luck this season, including bouts of illness and crashing out of La Vuelta a España on stage 3, the Canadian is looking forward.
'I'm still coming back from injury so I ended up missing the race to focus. I'm locked in and will be back for it in 2023,' says Williams.
Rodriguez wary after extending lead in Criterium Cup Series: 'We know anything can happen in the coming races.'
Coles-Lyster wins Criterium Cup race the Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic after Tulsa disappointment.
After a decade in the WorldTour – racing grand tours and winning Paris-Nice – the recently-retired Colombian is back on the bike.
Brendan Rhim leads a 1-2-3 for the team.
Marlies Mejias and Peta Mullens complete the podium.
Kendall and Alexis Ryan go 1-2 as Marlies Mejias completes the podium.
Alfredo Rodriguez and US criterium champion Danny Estevez complete the podium.
Wildlife Generation cleans up after four days, going 1-2 in the overall, landing two stage wins, and taking home the green jersey and teams classifcation.
Emma Langley secures overall after four days of racing.
Sunday's final stage is a 30-lap crit.
The EF Education-Tibco-SVB takes over the GC lead.
Diana Peñuela and Austin Killips round out the podium.
Friday's win went to Noah Granigan, while Jonathan Clarke maintains the GC lead.
Schneider sprints and Clarke soloes on day 1 of the four day stage race.
Set for May 19-22 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the race will feature 15 women's and 18 men's teams including EF Education TIBCO-SVB, L39ION of LA, and others.
‘To be able to win this overall at CS Velo is just unbelievable,’ says team director Tanner Putt.
‘Six years ago I couldn’t imagine this. I was at the rehab center learning how to walk and talk again,’ said De Crescenzo about her return to form.
GC sits delicately poised in both races ahead of 'Gila Monster' climbing stage Sunday.
Matteo Del-Cin moves to top of GC in men's race, Lauren De Crescenzo hangs on for slim lead in women's with two stages remaining.
De Crescenzo goes on huge solo to claim stage and race leader's jersey, Andre “Toby” Røed retains GC lead in men's race.
Aggressive racing on the opening stage at the Tour of the Gila.
Competitors take on four days of racing at the 13th edition of the para-cycling race.
After catching the women's race, the men's race was neutralized for half an hour, but again the races came together at the finish.
Heidi Franz wins opening women's stage, takes lead in Emily Marcolini, and Eder Frayre breaks bike, shoe, and helmet in crash.
The yet-to-be-named series includes many of the former USA CRITS races, but streaming video coverage is not yet part of the package.
19 teams — but not L39ion of Los Angeles — create new non-profit group.
Rachel Langdon (Instafund Racing), and Thomas Gibbons (Automatic Racing) capture 2021 USA CRITS overall titles.
Balancing the road and track, the Canadian sprinter has emerged this season as a dynamic force on the road with her eyes set on Paris Olympics in 2024.
The former U.S. national team racer now combines leading the Best Buddies Racing squad with spreading awareness about the team's mission.
Rachel Langdon, Thomas Gibbons retain series leads heading into the final, tenth race.
Organizers of New Mexico's Tour of the Gila have called off the 2021 edition due to rising COVID-19 rates.
A trio of current and former WorldTour racers come to the line in Steamboat Springs, while the women's race plays off the men's field.
Moriah Wilson and Sarah Sturm round out the podium.
Lachlan Morton took second and Howard Grotts was third.
In 2020 Rigoberto Urán made his triumphant return to pro racing, months after a scary crash that nearly ended his pro career.
There are as many reporters at the Tour Colombia as at the Tour de France, and the pandemonium that surrounds Rigoberto Uran, Egan Bernal, and the other big stars is unlike anything in pro cycling.
Have you ever seen Julian Alaphilippe and Egan Beral look like this? Artisan Nicolas Molano Avila is at Tour Colombia 2.1 showcasing his hand-carved wooden dolls, each made to look like a cycling star.
Mexican team AR Pro Cycling is trying to shepherd Mexican riders to the pro ranks. Gerardo Ulloa took a huge step toward that goal this week by winning the MTB World Cup in Nové Město.
Carapaz steps into pro cycling's spotlight with his win at the Giro d'Italia.
When Mexico's best rider in generations recorded an Adverse Analytical Finding, the news sparked a debate between pro riders, retired heroes, and coaches about the country's lingering problem with doping.
WorldTour rookie building confidence in physical finishes of WorldTour sprints, placing fourth on Saturday's Tour Colombia stage.
2019 was Sebastian Molano’s first season on the WorldTour, with UAE Team Emirates, after racing with the now-defunct Manzana Postobon pro continental team, in Colombia.
EF Pro Cycling's Jonathan Caicedo leads the Tour Colombia 2.1 after the squad's impressive performance in the team time trial. Caicedo has charted a path from rural Ecuador to the WorldTour.
Rally Pro Cycling turned heads at the Tour Colombia 2.1, beating WorldTour squads UAE-Team Emirates, Israel Start-Up Nation, and Movistar in the opening team time trial.
The Deceuninck-Quick Step star remains motivated to try for another successful year.
WorldTour all-stars offer that elevation—which will be no less than 8,500 feet during every stage—to be the greatest challenge for this early season stage race.
EF Pro Cycling brings a powerful team to Tour Colombia, including a host of Latin American talent and northern Americans van Garderen and Craddock
Team officials confirmed that Israel Start-Up Nation will reserve at least one Tour de France roster spot for one of the team's four Israeli riders to become the first to race le Grande Boucle.
After years of setbacks and sacrifice, American Travis McCabe will enter the WorldTour with Israel Start-Up Nation. McCabe is excited to start his WorldTour career, and has a busy early calendar on the horizon.
James Piccoli was the breakout rider of the 2019 U.S. racing calendar. Now, Piccoli will make his WorldTour debut at age 28 with his eyes on the Giro d'Italia.
Contributor Rebecca Reza followed Israel Start-Up Nation on a training ride through the Negev Desert. The ride took in sights, sand, and plenty of history.
Israel Start-Up Nation is meeting in Israel this week for a training camp. The team's directors say the squad's transition to the WorldTour has gone smoothly.
In Ecuador, the cycling infrastructure and support is just starting to take hold. Richard Carapaz’s Giro victory is just the kind of spark the sport needs to catch fire.
After Utah win and Dan Martin signing, pro continental team aiming for 2020 Tour de France.
The Tour of Utah continues to thrive despite the downturn in USA's cycling economy, a result of the expertise of the Miller group, increased coverage, and sponsor loyalty.
Lawson Craddock hopes a strong ride at the Tour of Utah will lead to a start at the Vuelta a España.
Just 21 years old, João Almeida is using the Tour of Utah as a stepping stone into the WorldTour.
After he was time cut on Wednesday, Mexican champ Ignacio Prado protested the decision and lost.
Often overshadowed by his older brother, Dayer looks forward to racing alongside Nairo in 2020.
Seven-day race kicks off with prologue TT. Queen stage up Powder Mountain set for Wednesday
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After his impressive ride at the Tour of Utah, Mexican rider Luis Villalobos is headed to the WorldTour with EF Education First-Drapac.
"There are plenty of secrets that haven’t come out versus what has, and now it’s looking less likely that they will ever be told."