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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., - The BISSELL Pro Cycling Team announces the addition of two-time national time trial champion, Chris Baldwin, to its 2011 roster. A top pro rider for 10 years, Baldwin brings a wealth of knowledge and immense skill to the team. He has consistently finished on the podium at...
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    Steamboat Springs, CO - Chris Baldwin and Marc de Maar of the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis finished off the four-day Steamboat Springs Stage Race in 2nd and 3rd overall behind Peter Stetina (Garmin-Transitions). After Stetina won he prologue on Friday, with de Maar 3rd...
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    Hood River, OR - Chris Baldwin of the OUCH Pro Cycling Team Presented came into the final stage of the Mt. Hood Cycling Classic Sunday needing to make up a 13-second gap to race leader Paul Mach (Bissell). But the tight, windy 1 km course provided little opportunity for the team's newest member...
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    Oakland, CA - The OUCH Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis has added Chris Baldwin, a two-time U.S. National Time Trial Champion, to its roster for the remainder of the 2009 season. "Chris has been one of North America's top stage racers for this entire decade," said team directeur sportif...
  5. General Cycling Discussion
    After a self-professed frustrating year, the 2-Time USPRO Time Trial Champion, in 2003 and 2005, Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United) is skipping the TT this year to focus on the road race in the upcoming US Professional Championships in Greenville. Combined with the lost of the team sponsor, 2008...
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    The Rock Racing team successfully protected the 54-second lead Santiago Botero had gained while soloing to victory on Stage 1 on Friday in Beaumont. Chris Baldwin (Toyota-United) finished second overall and Burke Swindlehurst (Bissell Pro Cycling) was third. The result was Botero's first-ever...
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