Announcement of Arkansas-based Quirk's new post comes in the midst of various big cycling events in Northwest Arkansas.
USA Cycling board of directors chairman Bob Stapleton is optimistic about the future of American cycling as trends shift away from traditional road events.
USA Cycling Chairman says DeMartini's business acumen, not his cycling experience, will help bring non-endemic sponsors back to USA Cycling.
Bob Stapleton, who serves on the USA Cycling board and the UCI's management committee, wants the playing field leveled.
USA Cycling's new CEO holds degrees from Princeton, Stanford, and Harvard, and is a former national crit champion and Olympian
Farrell's termination was another in a year of high-level personnel changes at USA Cycling
Stapleton, Nieroth bring extensive experience in business and marketing to the USA Cycling board
In a week when the merged RadioShack-Leopard-Trek team held its first training camp in Spain, when GreenEdge officially became Australia’s first-ever Division 1 team and when Rabobank presented its 2012 squad in the Netherlands, it’s worth reflecting on the team that won’t be in the peloton next year, HTC-Highroad, and why it will be remembered as one of the greatest teams in cycling history.
Bob Stapleton, owner of HTC-Highroad, confirmed Thursday that he was unable to secure a satisfactory sponsorship partner to carry the team forward at the competitive and ethical level that he and his staff wanted.
HTC's Bob Stapleton says he sees "reasons for optimism," and that's about all he will say — for now.
LOURDES, France (AFP) — HTC-Highroad manager Bob Stapleton said he would not rule out merging with another team if he fails to find a major sponsor before the end of the year.
LAVAUR, France (VN) — HTC-Highroad team owner and manager Bob Stapleton is always proud of his riders, and he said it was just good luck that he made his first appearance at this year’s Tour de France on the day that his super-sprinter Mark Cavendish took his third stage win of the race. “That was all Mark Cavendish and good teamwork. I can’t take any credit for that,” he said Wednesday after the stage 11 finish.
Specialized and High Road Sports have one thing in common: They are driven by powerful leaders — who each love to ride
HTC-Columbia owner Bob Stapleton expects that teammates Mark Cavendish and Andre Greipel will settle their differences personally.