Taylor Phinney is seeking history this weekend in the time trial and the road race at the U.S. championships
RIchmond 2015 organizers talk with the U.S. elite women's team in Florence about the worlds and their paths to racing
Tvetcov takes overall lead after winning his second consecutive stage
Mancebo, Powers finish off Cascade Classic for overall wins
Hilton Clarke rides his train while Kristin McGrath makes the best of a late breakaway
A Talk with Exergy-Twenty12 Pro Kristin McGrath
ASPEN HIGHLANDS, Colo. (VN) — Kristin McGrath of the Peanut Butter & Co.-TWENTY 12 team won the opening stage of the three-day Aspen Snowmass Women’s Pro Stage Race on Monday, completing the 7.8 mile course from the Aspen Highlands ski resort up Maroon Bells Road in 29 minutes and 15 seconds, climbing about 1,500 feet in altitude along the way.
Megan Guarnier breaks up the PB & Co. jam to win the final stage in Burlington, while the Keough brothers fill two-thirds of the men's stage podium.
Smarting from missed TT start, David Veilleux makes the Green Mountain Stage Race's queen stage his own. Jeremy Powers keeps the leader's jersey in the (VeloNews.com) family and Ireland's Olivia Dillon soloes to the women's stage win.
VeloNews.com diarist Ted King sets a course record in the individual time trial.