Pegasus Sports

Picking up the Pieces: Fly V Australia is ready to get back to business

BOULDER, Colo. (VN) — After the debacle that was the Pegasus fallout late last year, one that saw nearly a number of riders and staff lose their jobs and their ProTour dreams, one wouldn’t blame owner/director Chris White if he just wanted to bury his head in the sand and hang it up. But that’s just not who Chris White is.

U.S. Racing This Week: Ben Day takes anger to San Dimas

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 […]

Cantwell and Rolfe headline V Australia after Pegasus collapse

The bitter taste is subsiding and Henk Vogels will soon be back in the United States with a new-look V Australia team for 2011. Vogels revealed the squad’s roster Thursday and gave his thoughts on returning to race in the U.S. three months after Pegasus Racing collapsed.

Pegasus exodus: Who has found a ride, and who has not

Pegasus riders convened for a team-bonding camp in Queensland, Australia, in late November. But once learning the team had been denied Pro Continental status in late December, the exodus to other teams began. Many have found new rides for 2011, however several riders are still without confirmed jobs.

Sky signs ex-Pegasus rider Christian Knees

Team Sky has added a former Pegasus Sports team rider to its 2011 rider. Christian Knees, 29, the German road champion is the British team’s seventh addition for the new season, bringing the squad to 29 riders. “Christian is a super strong all-rounder who has had some terrific results, but I still don’t think we […]