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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Philadelphia, PA - The former Scott-American Beef (Saunier-Duval) team, registered with the UCI last week under the name of GM Bikes, has announced today that the team has acquired title sponsorship for the 2009 season from the Fuji bicycle company and Servetto, an Italian company which...
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    Quite a year for Canadian Dominique Rollin. On his first year with the Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team and his second year racing on the North American circuit, he caught everyone's attention after the fourth stage at the Tour of California, the 135-mile (217 km) slog from Monterey to San Luis...
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    Dominique Rollin Wins KOM Competition; Ivan Dominguez Places 2nd in Stage 6 Team Racks up 66 victories and 146 podiums in 2008 Team Wins 162 Races and 355 Podiums in its Three-Year Existence Bend, OR - In what was the teams final official team race under the Toyota-United moniker, the boys...
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    Kids were out in force at the start where each class visited their adopted team. Steven Cozza (Garmin-Chiptole) "It [the moustache] started to go out of style, I was tired of eating hair with my food. Plus that Italian racer started growing his and kind of ruined it, I had to share it off."...
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    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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    From the beginning, the Successful Living team has penciled in stage 3, the twilight criterium at the Tour of Utah for their fast man, Argentinean Ricardo Escuela, and 'Tricki Ricky' delivered the goods. After yesterday's stage, teammate and green jersey Brad White repeated the message...
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    On Thursday evening, the 70 (or so) riders lined up in front of an enthusiastic crowd in historic Downtown Truckee, for the fast 75-minute Truckee Criterium. Ian McKissick and his three BMC teammates had their hands full trying to control the attacks. BMC's Taylor Tolleson crashed out in...
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    Breaks 21 year-old record set by Andy Hampsten a former Giro d' Italia Winner "Chepe" Garcia Wins Toyota of Stuart Cycling Classic Bend, OR- After seven weeks of pain and frustration due to his high-speed crash at this years Tour de Georgia, Ben Day finally turned the corner by winning the...
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    Ivan Stevic and Hilton Clarke Score Four Wins at Tulsa Tough Omnium Series Dominique Rollin Wins Ricola Twilight Criterium, Places 2nd at CSC Invitational and 3rd at Kelly Cup Chris Wherry Wins Iron Horse Criterium for His First Win of the Season NYC, NY- The Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team...
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    Bend, OR - The Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team flexed its muscles this past week winning six out of eleven races it entered as its riders prepare for Philly week, a series of three races in the greater Philadelphia area held the first week of June. The incredible string of wins began with...
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    Barring disasters, Australian (Rory Sutherland) is set to win his second stage race in two weeks, as his team worked tirelessly to reel in a threatening breakaway in the Queen Stage of the Mt Hood Cycling Classic. "It's not over until it's over. Luckily enough today, we'll have created some...
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    The party was ever louder when it was time for the men who started after the women's race. The crowd got bigger, beverages of choice were consumed, and the party continued. Toyota-United came to the front in the final lap and pulled out a one-two punch with Hilton Clarke and Ivan Stevic...
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    With the roads still wet for the 1.7 mile course through the downtown streets of Portland, Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell) blitzed the 2008 Mt Hood prologue producing an average speed of 37 mi/h (59 km/h). Third from last rider to leave the start gate for the in an out and back course...
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    Team Will Auction of Signed Team Jersey on eBay to Raise Additional Funds Bend, OR - The Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team announced today that its riders and staff donated $5,000 cash to Fausto Munoz Esparza, the rider who was paralyzed in a horrific high-speed crash in last Sunday's final...
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    Vogels Wins Tour of the Gila Criterium; Manion Wins Roswell Criterium Bend, OR - The Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team showed their character and spirit this weekend by answering the bell the very next day after learning Friday afternoon that the team's title sponsor would not be renewing their...
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    Los Angeles, CA - Team Owner, Sean Tucker, held a conference call earlier today with his riders, staff and management to announce to the team that Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. has decided not to renew its title sponsorship of the Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team following the conclusion of the...
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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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    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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    The 2007 NRC winner Rory Sutherland (HealthNet-Maxxis) went flat out like a lizard drink'n and crossed the line with the fastest time, winning the Redlands Prologue - Sun Time Trial, in nine minutes and fifty-one seconds. Coming in second, with less than 2 seconds slower is Ben Day...
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    Continuing where he left off last season, Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell) defended his title and won the Yokohl Ranch Exeter Time Trial, part of the Sequoia Cycling Classic. After 40 kilometers over a hilly terrain, Jacques-Maynes crossed the line in fifty-six minutes, twenty-five seconds with...
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