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  1. Team Jamis - Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home Cleans Up at Tour of the Gila

    Team Jamis - Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home Cleans Up at Tour of the Gila

    Daniel Jaramillo Sprints To Stage 5 Victory As Team Jamis - Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home Wins Sprint, KOM, U25, and Team GC at Tour of The Gila

    Team Jamis - Hagens Berman p/b Sutter Home started the final stage at the Tour of the Gila leading the Sprint, KOM, U25, and Team Competitions as well as riding in 3rd overall with Gregory Brenes trailing the race leader by 30 seconds. The queen stage at the Tour of The Gila covered over 100 miles, crossing five categorized climbs, and finished atop the continental divide in the mountain town of Pinos Altos.

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  2. UHC Pro Cycling Team Receives Invitations for 2014 Paris-Roubaix and La Fléche Wallone

    UHC Pro Cycling Team Receives Invitations for 2014 Paris-Roubaix and La Fléche Wallone

    UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team has just received formal invitations from the Amaury Sport Organization to attend the 112th edition of Paris-Roubaix and the 78th edition of La Fléche Wallone.

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  3. Philippe Gilberts Custom Bike

    Philippe Gilbert is ready to tackle the cobbles this spring with his custom painted Canyon bike.  This bike was created for Philippe to ride starting at the Ronde van vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders). This is a fantastic looking bike and the photos speak for themselves.

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  4. Tom attends the Nevada City Classic

    The 49th annual Nevada City Classic was held yesterday, June 21st. This race is a landmark on the Northern California racing schedule and attracts many  top riders from across the states. The course offers around 120’ of climbing per 1.1 mile lap with 7 turns and is therefore considered to be one of the most technically and physically challenging 1-day courses in America.

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  5. Interbike, Outdoor Demo and a couple Break-Away bicycles

    The guys from Cosmic Sports, a long time Ritchey Distributor partner in Germany, headed to Vegas prepared...with their own transportation.

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  6. ...can't imagine my traveling life without it!

    As a domestic flight crew member for American Airlines I get the opportunity to travel all over the country with my Break-Away bike. Given my unique position I am able to take the bike on the plane with me and stow it in the overhead bin. In the previous blog (Vol. 12) I have pictures of how I carry it and stow it. I have also traveled on my own time with my Break-Away and had to check it at the counter as a regular passenger. The wonderful thing about traveling with my BA is that it can be checked without paying the extra baggage fee that is associated with flying with a full size road bike travel case. It looks like a large roll-aboard bag or suitcase, so no questions are asked. It has always met the requirements of standard baggage check-in.

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