Champion Systems’ Kemps Runner-Up On Tour of China Stage 2

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Xlan, China – Champion System Pro Cycling Team's Aaron Kemps was second and Anuar Manan finished eighth Saturday on Stage 2 of the Tour of China while their teammate, Gang Xu, retained the white jersey as "best China rider." Alexander Serebryakov of Team Type 1 beat Kemps in the sprint at the end of the 10-lap, 100-kilometer circuit race. Kemps said he tried to save his energy by riding in … [Read more...]

Eight Fly V Australia Riders To Step Up In 2011 Season

Pegasus Sports confirmed that eight riders from its 2010 Fly V Australia squad will make the transition to the European peloton in 2011. For the past two years, the Fly V Australia Professional Cycling Team has cut a swathe through the North American professional scene, lighting up races with dominant displays, and in the process chalking up over 100 wins and more than 300 podium finishes. Fly … [Read more...]

Aaron Kemps – Fly V Australia Interview

Bicycle.net was fortunate to be able to sit down with Aaron Kemps to discuss his 2010 season with Fly V Australia. We talk about last year, and his expectations for 2010. He also talks about Fly V Australia’s culture of “MateShip” … [Read more...]

Cantwell Clinches Murrieta and Kemps Collects Boulder Criterium

As an important lead in to the start of the US season proper, Fly V Australia fast men, Cantwell and Kemps delivered impressive performances today at separate events. Kemps won the Boulder CO; criterium his first criterium win as wearer of the Australian Criterium champion’s jersey. “To get my first win as Aussie crit champ is a strong milestone and one that I will not forget.” Said … [Read more...]

Gold and Silver to Fly V Australia

Ballarat, Australia – David Kemp claimed second place in the 2010 Australian Championships to claim Fly V australia’s second medal of the championships to go with Aaron Kemps Gold medal won earlier in the week at the Criterium. Fly V australia’s race plan was laid out for all to see within half a lap of today’s 16-lap 160 km road race. In a catch me if you can strategy Fly V Australia … [Read more...]

Kemps Kicks To Defend Fly V Australia’s Australian Criterium Championships

Ballarat, Australia – Aaron Kemps won a tough Australian criterium championship when he bested Dean Windsor (Rapha Condor) and Will Clarke (Genesis Wealth Management). Fly V australia’s intent on a selective circuit was to race aggressively. The strategy led to placing 3 riders into the decisive break of eight. Aaron Kemps was joined by team-mates Bernie Sulzberger and David Kemp. The … [Read more...]