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US Cyclocross Nationals – Day 2 Predictions

The first day of racing at US Cross Nationals featured thirteen different national title races. The bulk of the racing was Masters Men and Women. There were five national titles awarded for the Master Men and six for the Women. In addition, the first ever Single-Speed National Championships were awarded. Masters are usually a bit … Continue reading

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US Cyclocross Nationals – Day 1 Predictions

On Thursday, December 9, the USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships will kick-off in Bend, Oregon as the Old Mill District will play host to the National Championships for the second consecutive year. 1,400 cyclists of all ages and abilities will line up to battle each other, and mother nature, in a festival-like atmosphere that features … Continue reading

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Weekend Preview – Vattenfall Cyclassics

The Pro Tour continues its summer run with the 15th running of Hamburg, Germany’s Vattenfall Cyclassics.  Formerly, the HEW Cyclassics, the race was a World Cup event from 1998 until joining the Pro Tour in 2005.  The relatively flat race usually favors riders strong enough to make it over the small climbs that speckle the … Continue reading

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Weekend Preview – Clasica San Sebastian & Tour de Pologne

And we’re back! The UCI Pro Tour resumes this weekend with Saturday’s Clasica San Sebastian and the 7-day Tour de Pologne beginning Sunday.  Lets’ take a look: Saturday’s Clasica San Sebastian is traditionally the first meaningful race after the Tour de France.  This year’s event features a new and improved finale, offering two trips over … Continue reading

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2010 Tour de France – Stage 18 Wrap-Up & Stage 19 Predictions

It’s funny how our opinion of certain riders changes during the course of the Tour de France.  It makes sense, though, as the Tour is the sport’s grandest stage, the perfect place for riders to reinvent themselves and careers to be resuscitated —or resurrected. Take today’s sprint for example: Mark Cavendish won Stage 18 with … Continue reading

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