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Rock Hill Omnium starts tomorrow

There’s good racing in the Southeast starting tomorrow with the Rock Hill Omnium. In its thirtieth year, the Rock Hill Bicycle Club event is a qualifying race for Nature Valley becoming a must attend for elite racers hoping to earn Pro Ride selection in Minnesota. The three-day omnium kicks off Friday night with street sprints. […]

Boone-Roubaix: An instant classic

In its first year, the Boone-Roubaix race seems to have been a hit with the riders. The scenic route and challenging course made for a great day of racing in Boone, North Carolina. “That first gravel climb was no joke. It was really hard and separated everyone,” said the race winner of the Pro 1/2/3 […]

Proposed Rock Hill bike park to include velodrome as well as other cycling venues

UPDATE: Plans move forward… ( Rock Hill is contemplating the creation of a bike park located near the Catawba River according to the Herald online. The proposed park would include a BMX park, cyclocross course, road bike loop and mountain bike trails with the centerpiece of the facility a four-million dollar velodrome. The idea for […]

Feeling lucky? Don’t miss epic racing at Saturday’s Boone-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix is called the Queen of Classics and rightfully so. This one-day race in northern France can make a rider’s career and just as easily end it. Greenville, South Carolina’s own George Hincapie has chased victory at this race, coming seductively close to winning and also feeling the sting of a missed opportunity. What makes […]

Collegiate racing at Furman University

Furman University played host to collegiate racing this weekend which included a team time trial, road race and criterium. In sunny weather, yesterday’s road race was held on the Fork Shoals  course, the same loop used during the Hincapie Spring Training Series. However the weather didn’t hold and the racers were subjected to sporadic rainfall, […]

Paris Mountain Time Trial

Postponed from its original January 30th date due to poor weather conditions, today’s Paris Mountain time trial couldn’t have been held in better weather. The sun was shining and the temperature was hovering in the low 60’s with just a slight breeze. The course is a 2.2 mile climb starting at the base of the […]