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  1. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Photo by Brooks Bixler My name is Dillon Caldwell. I've been a contributor to RoadBikeReview for a few years, as an elite amateur cyclist with a knack for picking up on the finer points that separate the good gear from the truly great gear. This year, I'm adding to my resume as a first-year...
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    Pescadero, CA - Team TIBCO finished up the Joe Martin Stage Race yesterday with another podium finish. Madison Track Champion Lauren Hall took third place in the Stage 4 criterium. After five laps and several attacks, three leaders took off the front of the field. Behind them, a group of four...
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    Fayetteville, AR - Team TIBCO/To the Top recovered from Friday's difficult second stage of the Joe Martin Stage Race in fine fashion. Team TIBCO's Samantha Schneider took the win in today's third stage, the Team's second stage win of the race. Schneider won the bunch sprint at the end of 68-mile...
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    Fayetteville, AK - Team TIBCO is set to challenge the Joe Martin Stage Race in Arkansas which starts tomorrow and lasts through Sunday. Team captain and former U.S. National Champion Meredith Miller will lead a seven-rider squad in one of the nation's top National Racing Calendar (NRC) races...
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    SAN CARLOS, Calif. - Luis Amaran, rider for the Ritchey Design-sponsored team Jamis/Sutter Home Men's Cycling Team, won the 33rd annual Joe Martin Stage Race in Fayetteville, Arkansas May 6 - 9, 2010 racing on the Ritchey Design WCS Logic II Bar, 4-Axis Stem, and WCS 1-Bolt Seat Post. It is his...
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    Fayetteville, AR - A crash-marred final stage of the Joe Martin Stage Race saw a minor re-shuffling of the general classification for Team TIBCO/To the Top. Alison Starnes, 3rd overall coming into the final day, got caught up behind a crash and burned a few too many matches chasing and despite...
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    Fayetteville, AR - Rory Sutherland of the OUCH Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis came into the challenging final Stage criterium of the Joe Martin Stage Race with a nine-second lead over Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell). It was the same margin he held following Stage 2, thanks to the work of his...
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    Fayetteville, Ark. - Alison Powers was the star of the show on the most prolific day in the history of Team Type 1's professional cycling programs. The U.S. national time trial champion motored away from the field near the end of Sunday's criterium at the Joe Martin Stage Race to score an...
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    Fayetteville, Ark. - Team Type 1's Chris Jones didn't have time to sit up and enjoy his first win of the season. Had he conserved a single pedal stroke near the end of Sunday's 90-minute criterium at the Joe Martin Stage Race, the Auburn, Calif., resident would not have won the National Racing...
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    Fayetteville, AR - "We were either going to win the race today or blow up trying," Team TIBCO directeur sportif Jeff Corbett said about the team's efforts to earn Katharine Carroll a stage win and time bonus to win the overall title on the final day of the Joe Martin Stage. The six-rider squad...
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    Fayetteville, Ark. - The final day of the Joe Martin Stage Race couldn't be better suited to defending Alison Powers' overall lead, according to Team Type 1 women's Team Director Jack Seehafer. Powers takes a four-second lead over Katheryn Curi Mattis (Webcor Builders) into the hour-long...
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    Fayetteville, AR -Team TIBCO was looking for a sprint finish to Stage 3 of the Joe Martin Stage to try and get Katharine Carroll in one of the top three positions on the stage to earn a time bonus and make up valuable seconds on the four women ahead of her in the overall classification. Team...
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    Fayetteville, Ark. - Team Type 1's Shawn Milne finished third and Darren Lill was fourth, but their performances on Stage 2 of the Joe Martin Stage Race were hardly the results of individual effort. The pair got a huge lead-out from their teammates as the men's field roared from spacious...
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    Fayetteville, AR - Rory Sutherland of the OUCH Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis was unsure of his form going into this year's edition of the Joe Martin Stage Race, a race he's won the past two years. "A three-peat is a big call," he said before the race. "It would be nice, don't get me...
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    Oakland, CA - The OUCH Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis will send its four-man southeast crit squad to Arkansas to meet up with half the roster that just finished the Tour of the Gila in New Mexico for the Joe Martin Stage Race, beginning Thursday. Karl Menzies, Andrew Pinfold, John Murphy...
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    Los Altos, California - Team TIBCO came out of the warm and muggy Southeast on fire, with U.S. National Road and Criterium Champion Brooke Miller winning four of the six criteriums the team contested, on the strength of exceptional work by her five teammates. Miller and teammates Joanne...
  17. General Cycling Discussion
    New series addition is second stop on 2009 tour Minneapolis, MN - The 2009 Women's Prestige Cycling Series resumes this week at the Joe Martin Stage Race, a new addition to the Series. At the opener in Redlands, Team Type 1 and Team TIBCO traded blows, each claiming the lead in two of the four...
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