N. American Racing
Tour of California Offers Tight Racing
Though it hasn't drawn the star power of the Giro d'Italia, this year's Tour of California should offer up exciting GC action as a host of domestic riders and stars returning to form line up to do battle on Sunday.
2015 USAPCC Route Released (kind of)
The host cities of the 2015 USA Pro Challenge have been released. The route looks like a mix of old staples and new innovations that should tweak the flavor of the race.
USA Pro Cycling Challenge: Breaking the Mold
The fourth edition of one of North America's biggest races kicked off Monday and this year, organizers are mixing some tried and elements of years past with shorter stages and the race's first summit finish.
Working Pro Marcotte Steals Stars and Stripes
Upstart domestic Team SmartStop took the nationals road race by the scruff of its neck on Monday, putting three men in the 11 man winning move and getting working pro Eric Marcotte across the line first.
USA National Champs - men's Road Race, live!
We've seen how the women tacked the course - now it's time for the men to race the USA cycling champs. Who do you think will win?
USA National Champs - women's Road Race, live!
Join us to watch the women race the USA National Cycling Championships
GP Québec: World Tour Racing Crosses the Atlantic
The only World Tour races in North America take place this Friday and Sunday in Québec and Montréal, bringing a distinctly Ardennes flavored peloton to hilly circuits just two weeks before the World Championships.
Is This The Golden Age of American Stage Racing?
The Tour of California, Tour of Utah, and USA Pro Cycling Challenge have grown every year. Has American stage racing finally arrived on the main stage?
USA Pro Cycling Challenge Stage 4: Has Tejay Won?
After a skillful descent and strong climb up to the finish in Beaver Creek, Tejay van Garderen is in the driver's seat. Can he hold on?
Lachlan Morton: The Man, the Hair, Future Legend?
After a few years of promising but hidden results, Lachan Morton is shining in the big leagues. After leading the Tour of Utah for a day earlier this month, he is now leading the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
In Thin Air: Welcome to Colorado
The USA Pro Cycling Challenge starts on Monday and provides a week's worth of high-altitude racing with some of the most stunning scenery around. Here's the lowdown.
Notes From the America Desk
We need something to fill the gap between Grand Tours - sometimes Eneco just doesn't cut it, I guess - so we have racing a plenty in America in August. And you know what? We've got a desk for that.
LIVE!!! Women's & men's Philly Cycling Classic
Like a phoenix from the ashes, and other clichés of redemption and rebirth, the Liberty Classic has defied cancellation to come back stronger - and we can watch the all-new Parx Casino Philadelphia Classic live!
2013 Tour of California Finds Some New Climbs
Along with a change in direction, running for the first time south-north, the Amgen Tour of California will bring two exciting new summit finishes into the 2013 edition of the race. Stage details and analysis inside!
Tour of Utah Announces Major Route Changes in 2013
Departing from tradition, the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is heading south for its early stages, showcasing new parts of the state. Word on the street is there are lots of pretty rocks along the route.
The year in pictures
A brief survey of race action in the western United States. Pictures, cause we all like pictures, right?
California Dreaming: 2013 Tour of California Route
The May stage race reverses direction and switches summit finishes. What else is in store for 2013?
Jeremy Powers Sweeps USGP Fort Collins
Jeremy Powers and Katy Compton sweep USGP cyclocross at Fort Collins
Team Spidertech Suspends Racing in 2013
Team Spidertech - the upstart professional continental team based out of Canada that had been making large strides towards becoming competitive in the highest level of racing - announced earlier today that it was suspending racing for 2013
Grand Prix Cycliste du Québec: Gerrans Fires A Warning Shot
Simon Gerrans won the Grand Prix Cycliste du Québec in a thrilling finale, out-sprinting breakaway companion Greg Van Avermaet after a late-race attack.
Leipheimer Wins Stage 6 at Larry H Miller Tour Of Utah
Leipheimer (Omega-Pharma-Quickstep) wins stage 6 at Larry H Miller Tour Of Utah. Johann Tschopp (BMC Racing) Wins the overall.
Larry H Miller Tour OF Utah Stage 5 Gallery
Tschopp wins the Larry H Miller Tour Of Utah queen stage
Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah: The Sprinters Have Their Day and Keogh Wins
Jake Keogh of UnitedHealthcare won stage 4 of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah.