Friday, March 24, 2017

2016 Redlands Bicycle Classic presented by San Manuel Band of Mission Indians

Stage One of The 2016 Redlands Bicycle Classic

On a steamy hot day in Highland, California, the Redlands Bicycle Classic presented by San Manuel Band of Mission Indians got rolling on a tight circuit with a nasty sting. The 2.8 mile course began with a neutral start but quickly hit the first of many climbs up a 10 percent grade. The women had 14, and the men 20 laps to complete on the technical course.

Redlands St1 2016

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Rally Cycling Returns to Redlands to Defend Title

Team Sends Strong Squads to Redlands Bicycle Classic

Rally Cycling will continue its 2016 season at the Redlands Bicycle Classic, April 6 - 10. The five-day stage race is the longest continuously running invitational, professional stage race in America. Several icons of North American cycling, including Davis Phinney, Alexi Grewal and Scott Moninger have won the event. The team will look to defend the overall title it won last year - this time under the banner of Rally Cycling.

Men's team

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USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championships p/b Borealis Fat Bikes

Fat Bike Nationals back to Ogden, Utah in 2016

Join us the last weekend of Feburary for the USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championships presented by Borealis Fat Bikes! Ogden, Utah, and Powder Mountain are eager to showcase the corduroy course and crown the fastest on snow with the Stars-and-Stripes jersey.

Ned Overend Fat Bike Champion 2015Ned Overend Wins Fat Bike Nationals in 2015

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USCR's Tom Baker Book Review

Shoulder to Shoulder - Bicycle Racing in the Age of Anquetil

Book Review by Tom Baker

Dust Cover Shoulder to Shoulder

Shoulder to Shoulder Bicycle Racing in the Age of Anquetil is a coffee table book that presents more than 100 photographs from the time of Jacques Anquetil’s racing career. These photographs are from the extensive collection of images now owned by Shelly and Brett Horton, and were chosen because they are representative of the racers, races and drama of the time.

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