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    Aspen, Colorado - Aspen provides a stunning backdrop for the inaugural Aspen Snowmass Women's Pro Stage Race. Today kicks off with a 7.5 mile uphill time trial finishing at almost 10,000 ft with a view of the spectacular Maroon Bells. Tomorrow its the grueling circuit race in neighboring town...
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    Alison Starnes racing for USA National Team, put in a huge effort today 15k into the race with an attack that stayed away for much of the race. She was joined by Janneke Kanis of Nederland Bloiete. The duo steadily increased the gap to two minutes and stayed away until the 85K mark with Starnes...
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    In response to the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan last week, the athletes of Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY12 women's professional cycling team have pledged to donate any race winnings from the upcoming San Dimas Stage Race to recovery efforts. The team would also like to...
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    Santa Rosa, CA - Peanut Butter & Co.TWENTY12 Women's Professional Cycling Team announced today that Giana Roberge will take the reins as director for the team as Kristin Armstrong steps into the racing arena. Armstrong thrilled fans last month when she went public with her decision to return to...
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    Irvine, CA - Felt Bicycles is proud to announce a new partnership with the Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY12 Professional Cycling Team. For the next two years the U.S.-based elite women's team, which won 55 races in 2010, will compete on Felt bikes at the world's most prestigious road and track...
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    Boise, ID - After taking a one year break to give birth to her first child, Kristin Armstrong, 37, has announced she will be rejoining the sport to compete throughout 2011-2012, leading to the 2012 Olympic Games. The 2008 Olympic Gold Medal Cyclist and two-time World Time Trial Champion will...
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    Evans Wins - Shelley Evans (center), representing Peanut Butter & Co TWENTY12, took advantage of her sprint and climbing abilities to capture the yellow jersey in the 2010 Nature Valley Grand Prix. Evelyn Stevens (left), won second riding for HTC Columbia, followed by Ruth Corset, Team TIBCO...
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    Shelley Evans wins 4 stages and GC at Tour of New Zealand San Francisco, CA - February 2010. What a week.... The riders of Peanut Butter & Co.TWENTY12 have opened the season with outstanding results. Shelley Evans had a breakthrough international race at the Tour of New Zealand. Evans won an...
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