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Lotte Kopecky won the Trofee Maarten Wynants (UCI 1.2) this afternoon. The race consisted of twelve laps of ten kilometres and was the fifth race of the Lotto Cycling Cup.
Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team's Tao Geoghegan Hart finished third in Sunday's Gila Monster Road Race and sixth overall at the Tour of the Gila to claim "best young rider" honors.
Heather Fischer showed her strength and speed to take victory in the tough stage 4 Downtown Silver City Criterium at the Tour of the Gila.
Tom Zirbel ripped across the high desert of southern New Mexico to take victory in the stage 3 Dan Potts Memorial Tyrone Time Trial at the Tour of the Gila.
Neilson Powless finished third and Tao Geoghegan Hart was sixth as four Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team riders placed in the top 20 in Friday's individual time trial at the Tour of the Gila.
Jasmin Glaesser took stage 2 of the Tour of the Gila by storm. Glaesser infiltrated the day’s breakaway and then out powered Leah Thomas (Twenty16-Twenty16-RideBiker) to take the win in the Inner Loop Road Race. Abigail Mickey (UnitedHealthcare) finished third.
Neilson Powless notched his 11th podium finish of the season Thursday with third place in the Inner Loop Road Race at the Tour of the Gila.
Detroit Bikes, North America's only large-scale bicycle manufacturer, and Motivate, the nation’s leading bike-share operator, announced that Motivate’s bikes will now be assembled in the United States.
One of the nine riders in the Lotto Soudal team will be Adam Hansen. Last year at the Vuelta the Australian completed his thirteenth consecutive Grand Tour, a record. This season he wants to continue on the same path and ride all three Grand Tours again.
This Friday the first Grand Tour of the season kicks off in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, only a few steps away from the team's Service Course.
On Friday 6 May 2016 the Giro d’Italia will start in Apeldoorn. For our sprinter André Greipel it will be his fourth participation. The Gorilla already obtained one stage win. Also this year André will be the leader in the sprint for Lotto Soudal.
“Clearly our main goal is to win a stage,” explained IAM Cycling directeur sportif Kjell Carlström, who will be joined by Mario Chiesa as another team directeur sportif at the Giro d'Italia.
Rally Cycling heads to Silver City, New Mexico, with general classification ambitions for the 30th edition of the Tour of the Gila, May 4 – 8.
The 99th edition of the Giro d’Italia is about to start. The Corsa Rosa, organised by RCS Sport/La Gazzetta dello Sport and held from 6 to 29 May, has many travel companions who will live and travel together for three weeks of emotions in sport, culture and racing passion.
The 62nd edition of the Quatre Jours de Dunkerque (4-8 May) follows a traditional route, with several opportunities for the sprinters and a tough parcours on the penultimate day, when the general classification will be decided.
The Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team will face new challenges when it rolls out Wednesday at the Tour of the Gila in Silver City, New Mexico.
The Air Force Association Cycling Classic, presented by Boeing, returns to Arlington, Va., June 11-12, 2016. In its 19th year, the Washington, D.C. area’s premier cycling event features professional and amateur races, challenge rides, and kids races.
It was a successful stage race in the Czech Republic for Anisha Vekemans, as rider of the Belgian national team. Saturday she got second in the fourth stage of Gracia Orlová. Anisha collected two more top ten places and in the overall classification she was seventh.
Adrien Costa of the Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team became the first American to win Le Tour de Bretagne Cycliste in its 50-year history Sunday while racing for USA Cycling's Under 23 squad.
Lotta Lepistö claimed her second victory of the season after she out-sprinted the field during stage 1 of Festival Elsy Jacobs.