With the domestic pro road scene crumbling, riders sought support from each other, looked to other cycling disciples, or simply took a hike.
With his pro team losing UnitedHealthcare as a sponsor at the end of 2018, Attias says U.S. cycling needs more personalities.
With three key North American teams are on the brink of collapse, up-and-coming domestic riders face uncertain future.
The owner of UnitedHealthcare pro cycling team is struggling to find a sponsor for the coming season.
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The race for the general classification at the women's Tour of California got a bit heated amid allegations of overly aggressive riding.
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American Travis McCabe out-sprints bunch in Langkawi to claim second win in February, crediting teammate Greg Henderson.
Seven new men and six new women, including Tayler Wiles, joined the UnitedHealthcare team in its annual team presentation.
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Matthew Busche spent six seasons in the WorldTour and is now riding at the Pro Continental level. He hopes to return to the top rung.
UnitedHealthcare's Tanner Putt, 22, made the break at Scheldeprijs and wants to do the same at Paris-Roubaix on Sunday
Displaying a diverse array of talent, UnitedHealthcare wins domestic NCC criterium and KOM competition in Criterium International
Heal brings a new perspective to the team as a woman but focuses on her job, saying "bike racers are bike racers"
United Healthcare women's team and Team SmartStop each had banner years in 2014
UnitedHealthcare is among 16 teams heading to the Dubai Tour, a move that could indicate that the American squad might earn an invite to the Giro d'Italia
UnitedHealthcare launched its men's and women's teams in Asheville, North Carolina on Monday
UnitedHealthcare announced its women's roster for the 2015 season, adding Linda Villumsen, Abby Mickey, and Laura Brown
Momentum Sports Group announces that it has secured three more years of sponsorship from title sponsor UnitedHealthcare
The smaller teams are up against bigger budgets in Colorado, but they don't seem to mind
Take a close look at the Wilier Triestina Zero.7 of UnitedHealthcare's classics veteran Martin Maaskant
Martijn Maaskant is hoping to rediscover the magic that pushed him to fourth in his Paris-Roubaix debut in 2008
The 32-year-old previously had a handful of criterium wins in U.S. races on his resume
Giro owner RCS Sports announces the teams for its early-March semi-classics
In Argentina for the Tour de San Luis, the Dutch-born racer hopes UnitedHealthcare can make a bigger splash in a cleaner sport
UnitedHealthcare names the first seven riders that will make up its women's team for the 2014 season
Domestic Intel: UnitedHealthcare to launch women’s team; Rapha backs StarCrossed; Breck Epic partners with SRAM
UHC will back a new women's team, which will focus on U.S. racing
After a late lifeline, UnitedHealthcare's Carlos Alzate is riding as an unpaid amateur and racking up with wins
Organizers announce six teams to round out 16-squad roster for the August tour
UnitedHealthcare dominates another finale as the women's bunch sweeps up Powers just shy of the finish
USA Crits director, teams talk about a salary cap to equalize the men's USA Crits field
UnitedHealthcare keeps its grip on the Speed Week standings by finishing first and second in the men's race
UnitedHealthcare's eight new signings for 2013 include Luke Keough and John Murphy
Says Summerhill of UHC: "These guys are so awesome ... they deserve all the credit I can give them, you know?"
Bill Haelsen was a soigneur and trainer for Team Type 1 and UnitedHealthcare, known for his dedication and the pride he took in his work
The word of the week for UnitedHealthcare, says Jeff Louder, is "execution"
Fewer big-name riders and a shorter course hasn't sapped UnitedHealthcare's determination to put a rider atop the podium in Philly
Aussie criterium veteran captains UnitedHealthcare into the third stop on the 2012 USACrits Series in Charlotte
Australian earns first UHC win of 2012
SpiderTech, Team Type 1 and UnitedHealthcare have secured Continental Professional status going into 2012.
Jake Keough says UnitedHealthcare hopes to "make more of a push to Europe" in 2012, along with tackling the top-shelf domestic races.
UnitedHealthcare is emerging the winner in the transfer market for North American Pro Continental teams, announcing today a number of big acquisitions, headlined by veteran American Jason McCartney and emerging Irish talent Philip Deignan.
Jeff Louder has found a home for the 2012 season, and will join the UnitedHealthcare squad in January. Team manager Mike Tamayo told VeloNews that Louder, who has ridden for BMC Racing since 2008, would offer European savvy and a much-needed hand in the mountains to the second-year Pro Continental team.
Redant, who left the Omega Pharma-Lotto team late in 2010 to join the failed Pegasus Racing project, will join UHC as European team director beginning with the USA Pro Cycling Challenge next week.
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The UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team is in Italy this week preparing for the Settimana di Coppi e Bartali, March 22 - 26. The event will be the team's sixth race of the year and first since the Vuelta Ciclista a Murcia. The race features six stages over five days.
We can chose to take the Eeyore approach and dwell on the negative, or we can roll with the punches, remember why we fell in love with this game and enjoy the beauty of our sport with the knowledge that things are changing and good things are on the horizon.
American squad UnitedHealthcare will continue its European schedule Sunday with the Clasica de Almeria.
Charly Wegelius is coming off the two most trying seasons of his 11-year career and feels the spark burning for the first time in a while. The new UnitedHealthcare recruit brings his grand tour palmarés to the upgraded American outfit as it embarks on its first solid European campaign Wednesday at the Volta ao Algarve.
Rory Sutherland talks about getting to know his new UnitedHealthcare teammates, whose origins span the globe.
Two weeks ago, (UnitedHealthcare) was looking for miles in the saddle ahead of the Tour of Langkawi. On Thursday he’ll be looking for the leader’s jersey when the race hits the brutal slopes of the Genting Highlands.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (VN) — Chris Boardman is a relaxed man. Maybe his six children make him that way (or maybe it’s only a relaxed man who could enjoy six children as much as he does).