The U.S. National Track Cycling Championships wrapped up this past week, and the Texas Roadhouse Cycling Team dominated the event, capturing four national championship titles, as well as three silver medals across a variety of disciplines.
Daniel Holloway won the International Omnium, Points Race, and the Madison, resulting in three titles in 2018, making for an incredible 21 throughout his career. John Croom won the Kilo event for the second year in a row, and also earned silver medals in the Individual Pursuit and the Team Pursuit. Colby Lange took the silver medal in the Points Race behind teammate Holloway, and also secured a silver medal as part of the Team Pursuit squad.
Brandon McNulty Il Giro di Sicilia in spectacular fashion on Saturday, with Rally UHC Cycling successfully defending his leader’s jersey on the legendary slopes of Mt Etna. McNulty finished fourth on the final stage after his teammates, one by one, sacrificed themselves en route to the greatest GC triumph in team history.
With tough early season contests in Spain and Oman under their belt, Rally UHC Cycling enters a second block of European racing with renewed strength and confidence. The team lands in Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport Friday for a five-week campaign that begins in France and ends with England’s Tour de Yorkshire.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran of cross-country mountain bike racing, or you’re looking to try your hand at your very first off-road race, your primary concern will undoubtedly be which bike to ride. Should you choose a full-suspension bike with both a suspension fork and a rear shock, or a hardtail with only a suspension fork?
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