The team formerly known as Kelly Benefit Strategies welcomed Optum Health as their title sponsor
It may not be the wealthiest program and the team may just be an outside shot for the overall title, but the Kelly Benefit Strategies-OptumHealth squad will hold the distinction of fielding the only completely American roster at this year’s Amgen Tour of California. In releasing its official roster for the 2011 Tour of California, […]
The U.S. peloton got a boost of good health Wednesday when Kelly Benefit Strategies announced the signing of a new co-title sponsor. Circuit Global Sports Management, the firm behind Continental-registered program, named OptumHealth as a new title sponsor on the opening day of the team’s first training camp of 2011. The team will be titled Kelly Benefit Strategies-OptumHealth Pro Cycling.
The U.S. criterium champ will bolster the sprint squad at Kelly Benefit Strategies
KBS beefs up for the coming season with some experienced talent, all graduates of the Slipstream team program
The flight cancellations that have resulted from the volcanic activity have grounded Kelly Benefit Strategies in its attempts to reach France for Sunday’s Tro-Bro Léon (UCI 1.1). The team planned to start the race as the kick off to its first European stint in 2010.
On a day when visitors were stunned by a killer closing climb, a local boy takes the win, while Kelly Benefit Strategies' Reid Mumford takes the overall lead.
Despite KBS clearly being the strongest team in this year’s Tour of Luzon, and having held the race lead since Ryan Anderson's time trial stage victory on day 2, they had yet to make it first across the line on a road stage; until stage 4 that was, when Jesse Anthony crossed the line at the head of a breakaway group to take his first win of the year.