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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.
Collegiate women will be competing for spots on the Medica Collegiate All-Stars team at the 2016 USA Cycling Collegiate Road Nationals in Asheville, NC this May.
The final two members of the 2016 UCI BMX World Championships team were named this week, one month ahead of the May 25-29 competition in Medellin, Colombia.
Neilson Powless (Roseville, Calif./Axeon-Hagens Berman) and Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif./UnitedHealthcare) took the men’s and women’s wins at the April 21-24 Joe Martin Stage Race in Fayetteville, Ark., to claim respective leads in the 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) standings.
The VP of Membership will focus on improving the experience of core racing members and developing products and services which facilitate USA Cycling's reach into cycling enthusiasts.
The weekend featured the first cross country stop and second downhill stop on the 2016 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup.
Only two more weekends of collegiate racing before nationals in Asheville, NC.
The first eight members of the 2016 UCI BMX World Championships team were named on Wednesday, nearly one month ahead of the May 25-29 competition in Medellin, Colombia.
Adrien Costa (Bend, Ore./Axeon Hagens Berman) and the U23s paced the 2016 USA Cycling Development Program over the weekend with three top-15 finishes at the ZLM-Roompot Tour in the Netherlands.
USA Cycling and Chobani have partnered ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for a multi-year deal that will offer athletes and members alike nutritious snack options and recovery solutions with America’s No. 1 Greek Yogurt brand.
Todd Wells (Durango, Colo./Specialized Factory Racing) used Sea Otter Classic his win on Saturday in Monterey, Calif., to return to the top spot in the men’s Pro Mountain Bike Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT) standings, while Georgia Gould (Fort Collins, Colo./LUNA Pro Team) overtook the women’s lead.
USA Cycling is pleased to announce two new advisory committees which will support the organization in its efforts to increase safety and ensure clean competition in American bike racing.
Brad Huff (Fair Grove, Mo./Rally Cycling) and Lauren Tamayo (New Port Richey, Fla./UnitedHealthcare) squeaked out wins in the pro men’s and women’s fields Sunday at the Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Criterium & TTT National Championships in Greenville, S.C., winning the respective titles by less than one second.
Rally Cycling climbed the podium twice on Saturday, as the men’s and women’s teams earned pro team time trial titles at the Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Criterium & TTT National Championships in Greenville, S.C.
Pro and amateur racers return to Greenville, S.C., for the second straight year to take on the 2016 Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Criterium & Team Time Trial National Championships April 16-17.
Catch up on all the action with only four weeks until Collegiate Road National Championships in Asheville!
Adrien Costa (Bend, Ore./Axeon Hagens Berman) turned in an notable performance at the April 9 U23 Ronde van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders) in Belgium, chalking a top-10 finish and leading the USA Cycling Development Program.
Raphael Gagne (CAN/Cannondale 360fly p/b SUGOI) used a silver medal performance at Bonelli XC #2 April 9 in San Dimas, Calif., to pull ahead in the men’s Pro Mountain Bike Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT) standings, while a 10th-place finish was enough for Larissa Connors (Silverado, Calif./TWENTY16 Pro Cycling) to maintain her women’s standings lead.
Travis McCabe (Tucson, Ariz./Holowesko-Citadel Racing Team p/b Hincapie Racing) and Kristin Armstrong (Boise, Idaho/TWENTY16 Ridebiker p/b Sho-Air) stand atop the 2016 Pro Road Tour (PRT) rankings after Armstrong took the women’s Yellow Jersey at the April 6-10 Redlands Bicycle Classic, while McCabe finished third in the men’s general classification.
Alise Post, Corben Sharrah, and Brooke Crain all climbed onto the podium in Manchester this weekend.
Aaron Gwin (Wildomar, Calif./The YT Mob) began the defense of his 2015 World Cup title with a win at World Cup #1 in Lourdes, France, on Sunday.
Sean McElroy (Palmdale, Calif./Team Specialized Racing) reached the podium twice this weekend to lead the USA Cycling Development Program in Europe.
USA Cycling announced Tuesday that ASSOS has been named the official cycling apparel partner for the USA Cycling Team through the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

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