Alison Powers Wins The Tour Femenino de San Luis

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Alison Powers Wins the 2014 Tour Femenino de San Luis and Team Captures Team Classification Title, Alexis Ryan Finishes 3rd in Stage 5 San Luis, Argentina – Alison Powers won the 2014 Tour Femenino de San Luis and the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team grabbed the overall team classification win on Saturday, January 18, 2014, after an outstanding performance in Argentina which saw the … [Read more...]

2013 Redlands Bicycle Classic Stage 2 Circuit Road Race

Beaumont California - The Redlands Bicycle Classic presented by San Manuel band of Mission Indians continued today in Beaumont California. Stage 2 of the Classic headed down the hill for the City of Beaumont Circuit Road Race. The sunny skies racers and spectators enjoyed yesterday were a thing of the past. Racing got started under foggy skies and a light mist. Arm warmers and vests were the … [Read more...]

NRC: Powers motors into top spot of women’s standings after Exergy Tour

The USA Cycling National Racing Calendar (NRC) rolled into its fifth stop, the inaugural Exergy Tour, a five-day stage race in Idaho from May 24 to 28. After this women-only contest, the women's standings are under new leadership and now feature several new, fierce competitors threatening to climb higher. WOMEN After finishing fifth overall at the Exergy Tour, Alison Powers (Pinecliffe, … [Read more...]

Team TIBCO/To the Top in 2011

Commonwealth Games TT champion Whitten leads new crop of riders for Team TIBCO/To the Top in 2011. Pescadero, California – Team TIBCO/To the Top will return a strong core of riders from its 2010 squad to go with a talented new cast of established and rising stars as it heads toward the team’s second year as a UCI squad. Leading the new group will be Canadian Tara Whitten, who won the … [Read more...]

Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY 12 Misses Clean Sweep of Women’s Prestige Cycling Series

Minneapolis (Aug. 11, 2010) – Coming into the last event for the 2010 Women’s Prestige Cycling Series, Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY 12 held all of the jerseys and the team classification. However, they let the sprinter’s jersey slip from their grasp, just missing the clean sweep. U.S. national road champion Mara Abbott won both the individual title and the best young rider category. Abbott … [Read more...]

Amaran, Cheatley Extend NRC Overall Leads

Amaran, Cheatley extend NRC overall leads in Grand Rapids; Kiwis sweep Grand Cycling Classic Grand Rapids, Mich. — The men’s and women’s overall leaders in the 2010 USA Cycling National Racing Calendar extended their leads Saturday (July 10) during the Meijer Grand Cycling Classic. https://www.usacycling.org/gallery3/var/resizes/usacycling/album42/GRWomensPod.jpg?m=1278955588 Women’s … [Read more...]

NRC Rankings

Powers & Amaran Lead NRC After Joe Martin Luis Amaran (CUB/Jamis-Sutter Home p/b Colavita) and Alison Powers (Pinecliffe, Colo./Team Vera Bradley Foundation) used victories in the 2010 USA Cycling National Racing Calendar's (NRC) fifth event, the Joe Martin Stage Race, to grab the overall NRC lead. Amaran and Powers both used the stage race victory to jump from third to first place in … [Read more...]

Zirbel and Powers Claim 2009 USA Cycling National Racing Calendar Titles

Colorado Springs, Colo. (September 8, 2009)— A pair of Boulder, Colorado residents, Tom Zirbel of the Bissell Pro Cycling squad and Alison Powers (Team Type I) have been announced as the overall, individual 2009 USA Cycling National Racing Calendar champions. The season-long calendar, which pays out more than one million dollars in prize money, annually determines the top road cyclists and … [Read more...]

Third At Cascade, Team Type 1’s Powers Wins WPCS

Bend, Ore. – Being called to stand on the final podium at a National Racing Calendar (NRC) event is becoming a familiar routine for Team Type 1’s Alison Powers. For the sixth time this season, Powers finished in the top three to retain her lead in the NRC individual standings. With only five races remaining in the series and a more than 200-point lead over her nearest competitor, … [Read more...]

Confusion Reigns Over Powers’ Third Place Finish

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Bend, Ore. – Team Type 1’s Alison Powers was congratulated by reporters for winning the Skyliner’s Time Trial Thursday at the Bend Memorial Clinic Cascade Cycling Classic. A few minutes later, race officials told her she had actually finished second in the 16-mile (25 km) race against the clock. And by the time she was summoned to the podium for the post-race awards ceremony, the … [Read more...]