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Olympian Alise Post wins her third straight BMX supercross title.
American Kate Courtney rode off with a bronze medal today at round one of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Albstadt, Germany.
All five members of the 2012 Olympic team will be competing alongside more of the countryand#39;s best BMX riders vying for Stars-and-Stripes jerseys on Saturday, May 18, at the 2013 USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championships.
American cyclists of all ages and abilities lined up next to the worldand#39;s best in 2012 to compete for world titles and Olympic glory.
The juniors riders in the USA Cycling National Development Program continue to represent the United States very well with another podium appearance last week. Meanwhile, the U23 riders were riding in Luxembourg and the mountain bike development season started in the Netherlands.
The USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar sped through its ninth event of the calendar as riders contested The Tour de Grove in St. Louis on Saturday. After weeks of chipping away, thereand#39;s a new menand#39;s leader while Erica Allar took the opportunity to expand her cushion in the womenand#39;s standings.
Riding for USA Cyclingandrsquo;s National Development Program juniors team, Zeke Mostov finished second overall in the Internationale 3-Etappen-Rundfahrt der Rad-Junioren in Germany. Mostov also topped the best young rider classification.
After winning the superfinal time trial yesterday, Connor Fields rode to victory in the supercross on Saturday in the second round of the 2013 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup.
American Connor Fields (Henderson, Nev./Chase BMX) claimed the superfinal time trial victory today at the second round of the 2013 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup in Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
Itandrsquo;s easy to use the symbol 4X when referring to Brian Lopes
The USA Cycling National Track Calendar begins May 17-19 at the Superdrome in Frisco, Texas, with the Matrix Track Cup presented by Richardson Bike Mart. The calendar features a pair of UCI-inscripted CL2 events: the U.S. Grand Prix of Sprinting at the Velodrome at Memorial Park in Colorado Springs, Colo., on July 12-13 and the Los Angeles Grand Prix at the VELO Sports Center in Carson, Calif., on Oct. 25-27.
USA Cycling has announced the six riders that will represent the organization in the second round of the 2013 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup.
USA Cycling National Development Program rider Nathan Brown finished third in the United States Olympic Committeeand#39;s April Athlete of the Month competition.
The juniors riders in the USA Cycling National Development Program landed a podium result at a Nationand#39;s Cup race in the Czech Republic while the U23 riders competed in a pair of races in Europe.
The focus of the USA Cycling Pro National Racing Calendar moved to New Mexico for the 27th Annual Silver Cityand#39;s Tour of the Gila powered by SRAM from May 1-5. After five days of stellar racing, there is a new menand#39;s leader and strong competition for standings points on the seven-event NRC.
The UCI has updated its World Cup and World Championship qualification procedres.
The USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar enjoyed its first multi-event weekend of the season. Riders competed at the Dana Point Grand Prix of Cycling in California on Sunday as well as USA CRITS Speed Week andquot;Bandquot; in Georgia and South Carolina from May 3-5.
The 2013 USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships concluded Sunday with four road races at Pineview Reservoir. In all, 400 riders from over 100 schools around the country competed in the event.