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Cameron Beard (Bend, Ore./Team Specialized Racing) took a top-10 finish at the May 20-22 International Junioren Diredaagse van Axel in the Netherlands to pace the Development Program.
America’s top professional road cyclists will descend on Winston-Salem May 27-28 for the 2016 Volkswagen Professional Road and Time Trial National Championships, where they will vie for Stars-and-Stripes jerseys and make a final push for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Kate Courtney (Kentfield, Calif./Specialized) took fourth in the U23 women’s race, while Lea Davison (Jericho, Vt./Specialized Factory Racing) finished eighth in the elite women’s contest to lead the U.S. at the UCI World Cup in Albstadt, Germany, over the weekend.
As I approach my one-year anniversary as CEO of USA Cycling, I am pleased to reflect on an excellent first year.
USA Cycling, Felt Bicycles and nine best-in-class partners have combined to create Project 2016, a revolutionary team pursuit bicycle and supporting technology ecosystem designed to make the 2016 World Champion women’s pursuit team the fastest at the Rio Olympics.
If you're shipping your bike, please note that neutral support will not have the time to help you assemble it at the venue. It is recommended that you reach out to the local bike shops for your assembly/dissassembly needs. You can check out our list of local bike shops that have agreed to a assembly deal.
This officials update covers the new Technical Programs Manager, the new USA Cycling Logo, new Category A officials, disc brakes, the assignment tool, and the new caravan saftey training. 
Cameron Beard (Bend, Ore./Team Specialized Racing), Adrien Costa (Bend, Ore./Axeon Hagens Berman) and Tyler Stites (Tucson, Ariz./El Grupo Youth Cycling) reached the podium with the USA Cycling Development Program over the weekend in France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
The men’s and women’s 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) individual top five standings remained unchanged following the May 14 Wilmington Grand Prix in Wilmington, Del., with Neilson Powless (Roseville, Calif./Axeon-Hagens Berman) and Mara Abbott (Boulder, Colo./Amy D. Foundation) leading the men’s and women’s groups.
Collegiate Road Nationals concluded on Sunday with the team and individual time trials.
Janelle Cole, Stefan Rothe, Heidi Franz, and Nolan Tankersley are the individual omnium winners at Collegiate Road Nationals.
Monica Volk, Jennifer Caicedo, Stefan Rothe, and Nolan Tankersly were the road race winners on day one of Collegiate Road Nationals.
The May 13-15 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships in North Carolina marks the final event in the National Collegiate Team Omnium and will feature a tight battle between Fort Lewis College and Marian University for the DI title, as well as between Milligan College and Mars Hill University for the DII title.
Chris Blevins (Durango, Colo./Team Specialized Racing) won the four-stage Course de la Paix (Peace Race) in the Czech Republic, taking the victory by 24 seconds.
Solos™ now official sponsor, product supplier of Smart Glasses to USA Cycling, Team USA; new exclusive benefit offered to USA Cycling members
Mara Abbott (Boulder, Colo./Amy D. Foundation) finished off her May 4-8 Tour of the Gila win on Sunday in Silver City, N.M., to take the women’s 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) standings lead.
Also known as the Kentucky Derby of Cycling, this Memorial Day weekend cycling celebration has been running in New Jersey since World War II.
Round three of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup took place May 7-8 in the Netherlands.
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Neilson Powless (Roseville, Calif./Axeon-Hagens Berman) and Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) maintained their 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) standings leads following the April 30 Charlotte Criterium in Charlotte, N.C., and Dana Point Grand Prix of Cycling in Dana Point, Calif., in a weekend of little standings movement.
Adrien Costa (Bend, Ore./Axeon Hagens Berman) won the seven-stage Tour de Bretagne Cycliste in France, finishing seven seconds ahead of the field for his first career U23 general classification win.
(May 2, 2016) – USA Cycling has been notified by the UCI that 10 wild card entries (five men and five women) will be available to amateur American cyclists hoping to compete for a world title at the 2016 UCI Gran Fondo World Final (formerly UWCT), September 1-4 in Perth, Australia.
Sara Headley (San Francisco, Calif.) turned in an impressive performance at Sunday’s Dwars door de Westhoek in Belgium to lead the way for the women’s Development Program over the weekend.

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