Tag archive for ‘shimano new england professional cyclocross series’

  • Smith Fends Off Van Gilder to go Two for Two at NBX Day Two – Report, Results, Gallery

    An emphatic win for Andrea Smith. © Natalia Boltukhova | Pedal Power Photography

    Fending off Laura Van Gilder (Mellow Mushroom), Andrea Smith (Ladies First Racing) took her second win in two days at the final race in the Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross Series with teammate Sally Annis (Crossresults.com p/b JRA Cycles) finishing second…

  • Heule Takes the Win but Keough the Series Victory at NBX Day Two – Report, Results, Gallery

    Heule wins in front of a big crowd. ©Natalia Boltukhova | Pedal Power PhotographyHeule wins in front of a big crowd. ©Natalia Boltukhova | Pedal Power Photography

    After succumbing to Luke Keough’s sprint yesterday, the Cannondale-CyclocrossWorld duo of Jamey Driscoll and Christian Heule broke away for the eventual sprint for the win at  the final race in the Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross Series. Heule took the…

  • Showdown at Warwick: Keough Takes Round One in a Sprint Finish – Updated Report

    Luke Keough, Justin Lindine, and Derek St. John on the podium at Providence Day 2.

    by Molly Hurford WARWICK, RHODE ISLAND — For Luke Keough (Keough Cyclocross), Justin Lindine (Joe’s Garage-BikeReg.com), and the third place rider in the Shimano Series’, Dylan McNicholas (Cannondale-CyclocrossWorld), NBX in Warwick, Rhode Island, was to be a clash of the…

  • Verge New England Championship Cyclocross Series Returns For 2011

    The Verge New England Championship Cyclocross Series returns in 2011 with a new focus – to develop and crown the best amateur racers in New England. This year’s Series will crown eight champions – for men, there are Masters 35+, 45+ and 55+, Juniors 10-14 and 15-18 and Amateur (Cat 3). For women, 2011 sees the second year of the Amateur (Cat 3/4) Women’s competition as well as the proud addition of a Masters 35+ contest within the Amateur Women’s race. With the continual growth of the Amateur Women’s field, it became important to add a second category within the race for the fastest category 3 or 4 woman over age 35. Of course, as in years past, there will be races at all events for Category 4 men. Each weekend will also feature at least one UCI-level Elite race that will attract some of the top competitors in the country and the world.



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