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Carpenter Wins Britain Stage 2

Carpenter Wins Britain Stage 2

A daring solo move with 30km to go saw Robin Carpenter blow away the breakaway and outrun the peloton, to claim his first European race win and Stage 2 of the Tour of Britain.

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The 2021 Giro d’Italia Donne

The 2021 Giro d’Italia Donne

The ‘Giro Rosa’, as it is known, is the longest, toughest, and most exalted women’s stage race in the world, with a heritage dating back 30 years. It is women’s cycling’s only Grand Tour.

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Rosskopf Wins National Road Title

Rosskopf Wins National Road Title

Joey Rosskopf claimed the men’s team’s first-ever US Pro Road Race national title in Knoxville, TN on Sunday.

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Zukowsky takes KOM at Suisse

Zukowsky takes KOM at Suisse

Nickolas Zukowsky moved into the best climber’s jersey at the Tour de Suisse following an impressive third day of racing.

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Carpenter’s success at Unbound is about more than results

Carpenter’s success at Unbound is about more than results

Rally Cycling’s first foray into gravel racing at Unbound Gravel was a smashing success as Robin Carpenter overcame multiple mechanicals to claim sixth place overall.

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Q&A: Robin Carpenter prepares for Unbound Gravel

Q&A: Robin Carpenter prepares for Unbound Gravel

Rally Cycling is heading to Unbound Gravel with Robin Carpenter to take on what is widely regarded as the world’s biggest gravel event on June 5.

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Sheffield wins Mountains jersey at Vuelta a Murcia

Sheffield wins Mountains jersey at Vuelta a Murcia

Magnus Sheffield rewarded with the mountains jersey, plus a special prize, the ‘Cima Marco Pantani’ for being the first rider over the highest point of the course.

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Franz bags mountains jersey at Burgos

Franz bags mountains jersey at Burgos

Breakaway yields outright lead in climbing classification for young American.

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Destination: Giro d’Italia Donne

Destination: Giro d’Italia Donne

Rally Cycling’s women have been invited to compete at the Giro d’Italia Donne this July. The newly rebranded race, celebrating its 32nd year, is the closest thing to a Grand Tour in women’s cycling.

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Bretagne’s Classic – Tro-Bro Léon

Bretagne’s Classic – Tro-Bro Léon

Bretagne’s Tro-Bro Léon lived up to its reputation as one of the most exciting and unpredictable races on the international calendar.

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Joey Rosskopf wins Sprint Especiales in Mallorca finale

Joey Rosskopf wins Sprint Especiales in Mallorca finale

Rally Cycling finished this year’s Challenge Mallorca on a high. During the fourth and final race, the team went on the offensive early to force the day’s breakaway.

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Doebel-Hickok snatches QOM in Valenciana finale, Franz wins Points

Doebel-Hickok snatches QOM in Valenciana finale, Franz wins Points

Rally Cycling came out swinging in their first stage race of the season with Krista Doebel-Hickok tearing up the climbs to win the QOM competition on the final stage of the Setmana Ciclista Valenciana.

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La Clásica Has Arrived

La Clásica Has Arrived

It’s been a strange start to the season, with more of the same uncertainty that the cycling world carried through 2020 as a result of the pandemic. Despite much of the men’s team arriving in Europe ready to race, Rally Cycling’s planned January training camp was delayed due to the lack of early races. But now, finally, just around the corner is the Clásica de Almería on Sunday, February 14, an early-season sprint test on the southern coast of Andalusia, Spain.

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Olivia Ray Bags First Win of 2021

Olivia Ray Bags First Win of 2021

When Olivia Ray told the team that she was to begin her season on January 23 at the UCI Gravel and Tar la Femme road race, she was asked what her prospects were Her response? "Hmm winning it! I'm confident in my training and ability that I can pull it off." 

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Kyle Murphy's Winter Riding Tips

Kyle Murphy's Winter Riding Tips

"I've spent years perfecting my winter riding routine and thought it was a good time to show you behind the curtain. Even if you don't experience snow as often as I do in Vermont, there are some really important things you should consider before heading out on your next ride."

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From California to Spain, training camp goes abroad

From California to Spain, training camp goes abroad

Cycling has been forced to evolve during the pandemic. Navigating the ever-changing landscape is full of challenges but Rally Cycling's men's team is preparing the best way they know how for the 2021 season: a training camp to get the legs strong and strengthen the bonds of camaraderie.

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Rob Britton Spreads Coffee, Beer (and fun) to Victoria Cyclists

Rob Britton Spreads Coffee, Beer (and fun) to Victoria Cyclists

With the racing calendar suddenly looking blank in May 2020, long-time rider Rob Britton decided to use his platform to encourage local people to get outside and ride. 

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Trusting the Process - How Goal Setting Helps Pro Athletes Achieve

Trusting the Process - How Goal Setting Helps Pro Athletes Achieve

What makes athletes successful? How do you reach the elite level of a sport? What does it take to compete against the best in the world, and how can us ‘regular’ people without a supercharged VO2 max and tiny body fat percentages take those same techniques and apply them to our lives?

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14 Things With Ryan Anderson - Changing Gears

14 Things With Ryan Anderson - Changing Gears

The likeable Canadian was there when Scott Zwizanski won the Vuelta Ciclista al Uruguay in 2009 as Kelly Benefit Strategies / Medifast, he soared to the podium at the USA Pro Challenge and the Tour of Alberta under the Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies banner, and was a vital cog in the team's European expansion as Rally Cycling. In his final "Things With" interview, we roll back the tape on his storied career. 

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13 Things With Georgia Gould

13 Things With Georgia Gould

We talk with Georgia Gould, former pro mountain biker, Olympic bronze medalist, and advocate for gender equality who is now an integral cog in the logistical machine that runs Rally Cycling. 

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12 Things With Eric Wohlberg

12 Things With Eric Wohlberg

From becoming a Commonweath champ to a dalliance with medical organ modeling and his quest to become a YouTube sensation, we sat down with Rally Cycling's very own Derek Zoolander, team director Eric Wohlberg. 

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The Pinnacle of Bike Racing - a Tour of Flanders Preview

The Pinnacle of Bike Racing - a Tour of Flanders Preview

The Rally Cycling women are making their final preparations for the Tour of Flanders on Sunday, a fitting finale to what has been a unique and memorable season.  

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10 More Things With Bob Gregorio, Mechanic Extraordinaire

10 More Things With Bob Gregorio, Mechanic Extraordinaire

In part two of our chat with Bob Gregorio, we talked about his first Tour de France, touring through Central America, and his advice for achieving your dreams.

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Murphy Ends Men's Season on a High ES

Murphy Ends Men's Season on a High ES

Rally Cycling's Kyle Murphy brought the men's season to a close in fine style on Monday, winning the sprint for second place in the Preuba Villafranca-Ordiziako Klasika. 

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All In for Super Sunday

All In for Super Sunday

This Sunday sees Rally Cycling's men and women line up for two epic, historic one-day races, Paris-Tours and Gent-Wevelgem, figuratively bringing the team together in the season's final act.  

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12 Things With Legendary Mechanic Bob Gregorio

12 Things With Legendary Mechanic Bob Gregorio

What a lot of people don't know about Bob is that he was an early innovator in mountain biking or what they referred to it as in the 70s, "ballooning". In the first part of his "Things With" interview, Bob explains how he went from turning heads on the bike to turning wrenches for the legendary 7-Eleven team

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Women Gear up for Historic Run at Classics

Women Gear up for Historic Run at Classics

Rally Cycling's women team is looking ahead to an aggressive Classics campaign, with the team receiving unprecedented invites to four historic races. The quartet of one-dayers, including two monuments, will take place over the next four weeks beginning with Belgium's Brabantse Pijl on October 7 and wrapping up with the first-ever women's Paris-Roubaix in France on October 25.  

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Team Bounces Back in Volta a Portugal's Queen Stage

Team Bounces Back in Volta a Portugal's Queen Stage

In a race that has already taken its toll on the team, Rally Cycling was able to bounce back on the queen stage of the Volta a Portugal and move Keegan Swirbul up the general classification. 

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14 Things With CFO Meagan Hazzout

14 Things With CFO Meagan Hazzout

In this edition of 'Things With' we sit down with CFO Meagan Hazzout, a former Little 5 rider, and financial whizz, who switched from the corporate hustle and bustle of one of the world's largest firms to help Rally Cycling grow into what they are today.

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13 Things With Sara Poidevin

13 Things With Sara Poidevin

Fresh from strong performances in the Tour de l'Ardèche and Trophée des Grimpeuses, we caught up with Poidevin in advance of her third elite outing wearing the jersey of Team Canada

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Team Signs Keegan Swirbul as Stagiaire

Team Signs Keegan Swirbul as Stagiaire

Keegan Swirbul comes with a backstory. From junior world champion in skiing and uploading parkour videos to the internet, to being scouted by Axel Merckx and getting offered a spot on Axeon without ever having raced a road bike, to then riding on Floyd Landis' team and taking GC top tens in the Tour of Utah, Tour de Beauce and Tour of the Gila - it's been a wild ride and he's only 25. 

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16 Things With Worlds-Bound Kirsta Doebel-Hickok

16 Things With Worlds-Bound Kirsta Doebel-Hickok

We caught up with Krista Doebel-Hickok about her feelings headed into her first Worlds, plus her switch from long-distance running to the bike, and some of the key moments in here career so far. 

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Zukowsky Wins Climbing Competition at Paris-Camembert

Zukowsky Wins Climbing Competition at Paris-Camembert

Rally Cycling's French Canadian, Nickolas Zukowsky, flew the coup on Tuesday during France's Paris-Camembert to win six of the seven climbs on offer during the 194 km race. The performance eanred him the win in the MC (Montagne General) competition after over 160 km in the breakaway. 

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Mannion, Swirbull Overcome Chaos in Portugal with GC Top 10s

Mannion, Swirbull Overcome Chaos in Portugal with GC Top 10s

The GP Torres Vedras - Trofeu Joaquim Agostinho concluded with a strong final showing from Gavin Mannion, ably supported in the finale by new recruit Keegan Swirbull. The latter produced a stellar performance in the closing kilometers to catch back onto the leading group after an untimely mechanical that necessitated a bike change. 

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Hosking Wins GP Isbergues FR

Hosking Wins GP Isbergues FR

Chloe Hosking, Rally Cycling's Aussie powerhouse sprinter, delivered a historic victory today in the GP Isbergues. 

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Mannion Sixth in Trofeu Joaquim Agostinho Opener

Mannion Sixth in Trofeu Joaquim Agostinho Opener

On the first stage of the two-day Trofeu Joaquim Agostinho, Rally Cycling's general classification specialist, Gavin Mannion, rode to an impressive sixth-place finish and preserved his hopes of a strong overall result. 

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