Chris Horner and company are laying their cards on the table and waiting for someone to call
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Domestique Matt Busche pips veteran and hometown favorite George Hincapie to win the USA Cycling Professional National Championships.
Matthew Busche, who enjoyed a fine season in his second year in Europe, will be riding with the new-look RadioShack-Nissan-Trek team next season.
American grand-tour rookies Andrew Talansky, Matthew Busche fight to make it to Madrid in 2011 Vuelta a España
For Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Cervélo) and Matthew Busche (RadioShack), making it to the finish line in Spain's capital on September 11 would mean more than a personal milestone; it would prove that both have the grit to not only finish their grand-tour debuts, but do so against a brutal course in harsh conditions.
2011 Vuelta a España notebook, stage 7: Matthew Busche rides Vuelta for future; Heinrich Haussler hoping to rebuild
Matthew Busche says he's riding the Vuelta for his future; Heinrich Haussler is hoping to rebuild his form.
Three grand-tour rookies are part of a slim North American contingent for this year's Vuelta a España that will likely include only four starting U.S. riders.
The latest diary by RadioShack's Ben King, the 2010 U.S. pro road race champion. King's teammate, Matthew Busche, won the 2011 title on Monday.
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GREENVILLE, South Carolina (VN) — Three-time U.S. road champion George Hincapie wanted hard racing Monday. His BMC Racing teammates gave him just that at the USA Cycling Professional National Championships and they weren’t alone.
- 1. Matthew Busche, Team RadioShack, in 4.28:02
- 2. George Hincapie, BMC Racing Team, in
- 3. Ted King, Liquigas-Cannondale, in 4.28:04
- 4. Tejay Van Garderen, HTC-Highroad, in 4.28:09
- 5. Kyle Wamsley, Bissell Cycling, in 4.29:31
Newcomers Busche and King play major role in the Horner-Leipheimer show
The top ten of the general classification at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah after the stage 3 individual time trial is filled with familiar names – Mancebo, Baldwin, Bookwalter. One name in that top ten is making waves in the Beehive State this week – that of fifth-place Kelly Benefit Strategies rookie Matthew Busche.