As the 2014 domestic race calendar draws to a close, several familiar names on the domestic road racing circuit are closing out their professional racing careers
Day is part of a break that laps the men's field, while Abbott stays tucked away in the women's bunch
While the floods in Boulder, Colorado, have destroyed training roads in the mountains, local professionals are happy to be safe
The San Dimas Stage Race is becoming the Ben Day and Highroad show. Last weekend Kenda-5-hour Energy’s Day took his third consecutive overall title – and Amber Neben won the fourth overall title in a row for HTC-Highroad – in the final tune-up for the Redlands Classic.
The final tune-up before the Redlands Classic starts today in San Dimas, California, and defending men’s champion Ben Day is mad as hell. The new Kenda-5-hour Energy captain will be the final starter in the opening time trial at the San Dimas Stage Race, but is a world away from where he thought he’d be […]
Kenda-Geargrinder is set to become Kenda-5-hour Energy presented by Geargrinder with the announcement of the energy drink as a co-title sponsor Wednesday. General manager Chad Thompson said that the non-industry backing is a boon to his squad and its existing sponsors and that, yes, riders will be drinking from those tiny bottles on the road.
VeloNews 2010 Domestic Rider of the Year Ben Day has landed an 11th hour contract with Kenda-Geargrinder. The Aussie GC rider, winner of the Redlands Classic and Tour de Beauce a year ago, will lead the U.S. Continental squad in its American campaign. Day was the cornerstone of the Fly V Australia squad for the […]
For a rider enjoying the most successful season of his career, the wins in 2010 haven’t come easy for Fly V Australia’s Ben Day.