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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Santa Rosa, CA - Jeff Louder (USA) of the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team got off the front early in the 2012 Amgen Tour of California and remained in the lead group for more than four hours and 32 minutes before being reeled in the final few minutes of an exciting opening stage in Santa Rosa...
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    Brent Bookwalter finished third, Jeff Louder earned the Best Utah Rider jersey and U.S. national champion George Hincapie was also in the top 10 Tuesday night for the BMC Racing Team in the prologue of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah presented by Zions Bank. Hincapie Eighth Bookwalter was 11...
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    Quebec, Canada - The BMC Racing Team has hopes for a high overall finish and aims to win at least one stage when the Tour de Beauce begins in Canada Tuesday. Different Courses This Year Jeff Louder, third overall here in 2005, knows this race well, BMC Racing Team Assistant Director Michael...
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    Santa Rosa, CA - Though the team was unable to send a squad to San Dimas in 2008, BMC is looking forward to returning to the race in 2009. "I really like San Dimas and think it is a great three day race," General Manager Gavin Chilcott reported. "Schedule conflicts made it impossible for us to...
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    I caught up with the BMC team at the start of the 2008 Tour of Missouri stage 5, in St James where the riders were getting ready for another aggressive stage in high humidity. Mike Sayers announced his retirement earlier this year, and is racing his last big race at the Tour of Missouri. Going...
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    It is called the race of truth for a reason. After 320 miles and over 30,000 feet of climbing over four days, "America's Toughest Stage Race" came down to the final 7.5-mile flat time trial at the Tour of Utah. Trailing by seven seconds in the overall classification behind Blake Caldwell...
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    The contenders duked it out in the final climb of the Queen stage at the Tour of Utah. Before the stage, 13 riders were separated by 38 seconds in the general classification but after slogging it over 14,778 feet (4,504 m) of climbing over a 98-mile (159 km) road race, the race now comes down to...
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    Two in a row for the Garmin-Chipotle team. This time is was Blake Caldwell who emerged from a break to win the stage and take over the yellow jersey from his teammate's shoulders. After 85 miles (137 km) and 10,585 feet (3.226 m) of climbing, Caldwell outsprinted his two-man breakaway companion...
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    For over a week, the BMC Racing Team lived and trained at altitude in the Utah Mountains, preparing themselves for the challenging stages they will face in the 2008 Tour of Utah. I caught up with Utah native and resident Jeff Louder and his teammate, and sea-level dweller Ian McKissick prior to...
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    BMC's Jeff Louder won the Redlands Bicycle Classic Criterium in a two-man sprint against Luis Amaran (Colavita/Sutter Home), the two survivors of a breakaway that formed an hour before, resisting the all out chase by Toyota-United and a crash that took out the other two members in the break...
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