Colorado’s largest sporting event is back for 2015, and today race officials unveiled seven of the host cities that will be highlighted as starts and finishes for the 2015 USA Pro Challenge.
Route Announced for American Cycling’s Most Difficult Professional Race Featuring Lung-Searing Altitudes and First-Ever Mountaintop Finish.
"I am very proud of the team for defending a top-six general classification rider placing," Champion System General Manager Ed Beamon said. "When you look at the quality of riders on the top 10, you realize that is a pretty solid result. Even more impressively, the guys showed their depth in the team classification result."
Aug 26, 2013 - There is so much racing going on we hardly have any room left for other news. The Vuelta a España has started and the USA Pro Challenge has finished, plus we have a handful of one day classics to look at. As always we have all the results, video and rider comments and in the TOP STORY we preview EuroBike. A race crazy EuroTrash Monday!
Andrea Peron finishes 6th in Fort Collins which is the second top-ten finish for the world’s first all-diabetes professional cycling team.
The Spanish rider Javier Megias from Team Novo Nordisk conserves his 17th place in the general classification of "America’s Toughest Professional Cycling Race" as he finished 28th in today’s queen stage.
Martijn Verschoor 7th in stage 3 of USA Pro Challenge – first top ten finish for the world’s first all-diabetes professional cycling team in "America’s Toughest Professional Cycling Race"
Aug 22, 2013 - The battle of the USA Pro Challenge has been hand to hand combat with Peter Sagan taking two stages, but Lachlan Morton is in the lead…for the moment. All the results, video and comments from Colorado, Italy and Belgium, plus the teams for la Vuelta a España and the Tour of Alberta. Lots of other bits of news just to get you to the weekend; EuroTrash Thursday coffee time!
The BMC Racing Team will line up for the USA Pro Challenge in Colorado to help Tejay van Garderen win the team's fourth stage race of the season.
For the first time in history, an all-diabetes team of professional cyclists will line up at the start of the USA Pro Challenge, a race known as "America’s Toughest Professional Cycling Race," competing alongside the world’s best athletes. The USA Pro Challenge will take place from August 19th to 25th and travel through eight host cities from Aspen to Denver covering almost 600 miles.
The Champion System Pro Cycling Team is sending an experienced roster of climbers to vie for the overall title of the seven-day USA Pro Challenge that rolls out Monday in Aspen.
An intense stage-race schedule goes on for Team Colombia: after Poland, Burgos and Tour de l’Ain, the Escarabajos are packing things ahead of a long journey to Colorado, where the USA Pro Challenge, sharing with Amgen Tour of California the ranks of biggest US cycling race, will take place from August 19 to 25.
The Champion System Pro Cycling Team - Asia's first and only pro-continental squad - has accepted an invitation to participate in the USA Pro Challenge in Colorado.
Current No. 1-Ranked Sky Procycling Returns to United States to Compete in America’s Toughest Cycling Race Taking place August 19-25, 2013, the 2013 USA Pro Challenge will feature 16 of the world’s top professional cycling teams, including UCI No. 1-ranked Sky Procycling, which includes 2012 Tour de France overall winner Bradley Wiggins and second place finisher Chris Froome. Comprised of UCI Pro, Pro Continental and Continental teams, the race will include some of the top talent in the sport. Taking riders on a heart-pounding journey through the Colorado Rockies, the eight-day stage race will travel nearly 600 miles from Aspen to Denver.