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US Pro Championships

This weekend is the last US Pro Cycling championships in Greenville, South Carolina. We had a good seven-year run here in the Upstate. Next year the championships is moving to Chattanooga, Tennessee, remaining until 2015. In addition to the move the women’s professional championships will be contested for the first time next year. Yeah – […]

2011 US Pro road race championships

The US Pro road race was once again won by a worthy rider. After 115 miles the race for the national champion’s jersey came down to four riders: Greenville’s hometown hero George Hincapie (BMC), Matt Busche (RadioShack), Ted King (Liquigas-Cannondale) and Tejay Van Garderen (HTC-Highroad). In the last three small laps through the downtown area, […]

US Pro National Time Trial Championships

David Zabriskie (Garmin-Cervelo) made a triumphant return to Greenville taking the win in the US Professional time trial, his sixth national championship in that discipline. Another rider making his return to not only Greenville, but to the professional peloton as well, was Tom Zirbel (Jamis/Sutter Home). Rounding out the podium in third was RadioShack’s Matt […]

US Pro Championships Preview

With the US Pro Championships starting in just two days, cycling fans need to make final preparations. Whether you are going to be in Greenville, South Carolina to watch in person or keeping up from a distance, we’ve got tips for keeping up with the action. But first a few adjustments have needed to be […]

Will Armstrong compete in US Pro Championships?

Last week, Medalist Sports’ Chris Aronhalt held a press conference in Hincapie Sportswear’s offices releasing details of the upcoming US Pro Championships weekend. As previously reported, the professional national championships moved to May to be in line with other countries’ national championships. The racing starts Saturday May 28th with the time trial on the CU-ICAR […]

Taylor Phinney Interview – US Pro time trial favorite

To say 20 year old Taylor Phinney’s cycling career has been meteoric is just scratching the surface. He’s an Olympian, World Champion, two time winner of U-23 Paris-Roubaix and now he’s being heavily courted by professional teams like the popular high school cheerleader. Two days before the Hospital Systems US Pro Time Trial Championships Carolina […]