Team Columbia-Highroad’s Judith Arndt Broken Her Collarbone

Team Columbia-Highroad's Judith Arndt has broken her collarbone whilst training in Australia. Arndt was training on the roads around Melbourne, Australia on Monday when a car door opened in front of her. With no time to brake, Arndt crashed into the car breaking her collarbone. Arndt will not undergo an operatio due to the position of the fracture but anticipates a speedy recovery and hopes … [Read more...]

Greg Henderson of Team Columbia Wins Shortened Stage of Tour of Murcia

New Zealand sprinter Greg Henderson notched up his second win in less than a week in Spain when he blasted to victory in stage two of the Tour of Murcia on Thursday. Following a stage shortened to just three kilometres of real racing because of high winds, the Columbia-Highroad fastman is now in the lead both overall and in the points competition. “We raced for about 50 kilometres but then … [Read more...]

In Car View – Mark Renshaw – Solvang Time Trial

Bicycle.net was invited to ride in the Team Columbia team car to follow Mark Renshaw during the 2009 Amgen Tour of California. The view is from the passenger seat using our FLIP hand held video camera. … [Read more...]

Team Columbia Successfull At Tour of Qatar, Now Heads To California

Report filed by Team Columbia Mark Cavendish blasted to his second sprint victory in three days in the Tour of Qatar on Friday. The British sprinter easily outclassed German rivals Robert Forster and Heinrich Haussler in the dash for the line on the Doha Corniche at the end of stage six. “Everybody knew that we were going for the sprint because we’d taken control of the race well before … [Read more...]

The Three Legged Power Station

The first time I viewed a set of SRM power cranks in action was in 2001. I had read about the training tool in the media, where sensitive sensors were built into the chain ring design, to measure the rider's actual power output in Watts. Relate this to a 40-watt bulb being dim and a 100watt bulb being bright. Power is strength and strength means glory. Team Columbia use the SRM cranks, and now … [Read more...]

Team Columbia High Road Announce 2009 Roster

On the Spanish Island of Mallorca on Saturday Bob Stapleton announced the Team Columbia High Road roster. “Whether we win or lose, it is done as a team,” Stapleton said. “I’m not just proud of our success, I’m proud of the way in which we achieve it. All of the victories were earned by a good collective effort - by the riders and the management.” Columbia-Highroad for … [Read more...]

High Road Sports and Team Columbia Participate In Comprehensive New ANTI-DOPING Program

New Program with Anti-Doping Sciences Institute Promises an Intense Focus on Anti-Doping December 8, 2008 – San Luis Obispo, CA – High Road Sports Inc., owner and operator of Team Columbia announces participation in a new program run by the Anti-Doping Sciences Institute (ADSI). Designed by leading anti-doping expert Don Catlin, the new independent testing program will build upon the … [Read more...]

First Team Announced For 2009 Tour Down Under Is Columbia

Team Columbia Juggernaut Led by Andre the Giant to Compete Down Under Team Columbia’s Andre Greipel will return to the 2009 Tour Down Under to defend his 2008 title, bringing with him an experienced team. Tour Down Under Race Director Mike Turtur is thrilled that the reigning champion will hit the streets of Adelaide in January to defend his Tour Down Under title. “In 2008 Andre … [Read more...]

Linus Gerdemann Trades Team Columbia For Team Milram, And Columbia Signs Monfort

HIGH ROAD SPORTS AND TEAM COLUMBIA CONFIRMS MONFORT, RELEASES GERDEMANN San Luis Obispo, CA, 29th October 2008 - High Road Sports, owner and operator of Team Columbia, today confirms that Maxime Monfort (25) of Belgium will join Team Columbia for the 2009 season and announces the release of Linus Gerdemann from his contract, effective October 31, 2008. Gerdemann’s transfer to Team Milram … [Read more...]

COLUMBIA STAYS FOCUSSED FOR WIDE-OPEN TOUR OF LOMBARDY

San Luis Obispo, CA, 16 October 2008 - Team Columbia are expecting this Saturday’s Tour of Lombardy Classic in Italy to be anything but predictable. “It’s our last race of the season, but we will have to stay very focused because Lombardy is going to be a fast-moving, wide-open race this year,” comments team sports director Valerio Piva. “In the one-day races we’ve done earlier … [Read more...]