Cycling News Headlines

Bonk Breaker® expands partnership as Official Nutrition Bar of USA Cycling
Bonk Breaker, creator of freshly baked real food energy bars, announces a newly expanded partnership with USA Cycling.

-America’s best in BMX to be crowned this weekend in Chula Vista
Olympians, national champions and the future stars of American BMX racing will headline the competition this weekend at the 2014 USACycling Elite BMX Nationals and UCI North American Continental BMX Championships.

-Course routes announced for 2014 Professional Road and TT Nationals in Chattanooga
The course routes for the 2014Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Road and Time Trial National Championships were announced on March 19 in Chattanooga

-Fontana draws elite mountain bike stars for US Cup Series
Fontana, Calif. will host round 3 of the world-class mountain bike race series on March 22.

-International field heads to Bonelli Park for round 2 of US Cup Series
Like round one, round two will also feature live streaming.

-Pro XCT: Nash and Kabush preserve leads in Pro XCT and US Cup Pro Series standings
Katerina Nash and Canadian Geoff Kabush remain atop the standings in both the USA Cycling US Cup Pro Series presented by Sho-Air Cycling Group and the Pro XCT.

-Devo Wrap: Kinsella 6th at Le Samyn des Dames
The womenand#39;s road program in theUSA Cycling National Development Program (NDP)kicked into high gear last week as they contested a pair of races in Belgium.

-DEVO WRAP: Womens road racing and MTB camp take center stage
The USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) featured womenand#39;s road racing and a womenand#39;s mountain bike camp last week.

-Pro XCT: Kabush and Nash lead US Cup Pro Series after wins at Bonelli Park
Katerina Nash (Luna Pro Team) and Canadian Geoff Kabush (Scott-3Rox Racing) won their respective elite races and lead the standings in both the seven-racePro XCTand the four-eventUSA Cycling US Cup Pro Series presented by Sho-Air Cycling Group.

-Nine women chosen for RallyMe matching grant effort
The USA Cycling Development Foundation will match the fundraising efforts of nine women road and track cyclists.
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