Alexey Vermeulen takes his first pro win in Morocco and the overall race lead. Aqua Blue upset to miss out on California.
Watch live action from the Sunny King criterium, round two of USA Cycling's Pro Road Tour.
U.S.-based UnitedHealthcare has a solid foothold on the American crit racing circuit
Australian and UnitedHealthcare rider reconfigured his season to focus more on criteriums
Tune into VeloNews.com for live coverage from the Sunny King Criterium on Saturday
Men's Results 1. Issac Howe, Kenda-5-Hour Energy Pro Cycling 2. Carlos Alzate, Team Exergy 3. Kyle Wamsley, Jamis-Sutter Home 4. Andrew Dahlheim, Bissell Pro Cycling 5. Luke Keough, Team Mountain Khakis-SmartStop Women's Results 1. Erica Allar, RideClean-Patentit.com 2. Jade Wilcoxson, Optum Pro Cycling-Kelly Benefit Strategies 3. Laura Van Gilder, Mellow Mushroom 4. Annie Ewart, Optum Pro Cycling-Kelly Benefit Strategies 5. Emma Grant, Optum Pro Cycling-Kelly Benefit Strategies
Jonathan Cantwell wins the 60-lap men’s race at Saturday’s Sunny King Criterium in Anniston, Alabama.
Colavita-Forno d’Asolo dominated the women’s race at Saturday’s Sunny King Criterium in Anniston, Alabama.
ANNISTON, Ala. (VN) — VeloNews.com will present a live video stream of Saturday's Sunny King Criterium, including all amateur and elite categories at the National Racing Calendar event.
When Tour of the Battenkill promoter Dieter Drake and USA Cycling staff traded barbs over rider invites in January, Mike Poe and the Sunny King Criterium were caught in the crossfire.
U.S. scene this week: Big time in Alabama, California & New York
Hilton Clarke stood on the top step of an all-Aussie podium at this year’s Sunny King Criterium in Anniston, Alabama, having secured Toyota-United’s second major victory of the day. Clarke’s teammate Henk Vogels took the win at the Tour of the Gila’s Downtown Silver City Criterium earlier in the day.
Two NRC events—The Nalley Historic Roswell Criterium and Sunny King Criterium—announce expanded Men’s & Women’s Pro/1 prize list in 2008
Thousands of people beat the barriers lining downtown Anniston, Alabama, on Saturday as AEG-Toshiba-JetNetwork's Frank Travieso roared across the line to win the Sunny King Criterium. With several teams having abdicated their top-10 positions (among them Kodak Gallery's Dominique Rollin and Josh Thornton, Health Net's Kyle Gritters, and Rock Racing's Rahssan Bahati), the large crowd witnessed a decidedly revitalized field battling for points in the 2007 USA Crits Southeast series. Breakaway action came in the form of a quartet that included Yosvany Falcon