Francois Parisien (Spidertech-Planet Energy) powered away from a four-man breakaway in the final 300 meters of stage 2 at the Vuelta Mexico
Grajales, who teammate Nathan O’Neill calls Gecko, is making a comeback of sorts from the no man’s land to which he had banished since
José Enrique Gutiérrez – the Spanish rider who finished second to Ivan Basso in the 2006 Giro d’Italia and was later linked to the
Seventeen pro continental-registered teams will enjoy “wild card” status this, opening the door for the teams to get invites to ProTour
The Cuban-American sprinter started 2009 with Fuji-Servetto, and finished the season with Rock Racing
Former U.S. Criterium champion Rahsaan Bahati will leave Rock Racing at season’s end to form his own team.