LE GRAND BORNARD, France – Flanked by high mountains and some of the best riders in the world, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling lined up for one of the toughest day races on the world tour calendar, La Course.
With a newly designed parcours for the La Course, following immediately on the heels of the other major women's European races the 2018 edition brought hard and exciting racing for the women's peloton. Leah Thomas, fighting in the days break away earned the honor of 'Most Combative' in the major one-day race.
BOISE – With just a few weeks left before the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling men’s team is proving themselves to be on top of their game. This past weekend, Serghei Tvetcov claimed victory at the inaugural Chrono Kristin Armstrong, a 23.4 kilometer time trial which attracted some of the best specialists in the country.
BOISE, Idaho(July 13, 2018)--UnitedHealthcare pro cyclists teamed up with the Boise Police Department bike patrol unit today to donate new bike helmets and provide bike safety demonstrations to more than 60kids from the Treasure Valley Family YMCA.
Time to dust off the Orbea time trial bikes and crit skills, this weekend the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling team heads to Boise, Idaho for the inaugural UCI Kristin Armstrong Chrono and USA CRITS Boise Twilight criterium. The individual time trial starts Friday with the criterium the next day.
If Katie Hall says this year’s route of La Course is most challenging she’s ever ridden, you know the 112.5-kilometer race will to be an exciting, yet hard fought battle for top honors in eastern France July 17. This year’s parcours starts in Duingt and takes in four categorized climbs before finishing in Le Grand-Bornand. The real tests are Col de la Romme and the Col de la Colombière two category 1 climbs before a 13 kilometers descent rising to a false flat right before the finish line.
An awesome race, with a repeat performance from the women's team. This time the overall win goes to Leah Thomas who sprung into the break on the final stage, and managed to capture the overall win. Thomas's win follows on the heels of Lauretta Hanson holding the yellow jersey after taking the win on the Stage 3 ITT.
CZECH REPUBLIC – You couldn’t have asked for a better week of racing. During the five tour stages at Tour de Feminin, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling showed a remarkable display of teamwork, topped off with Leah Thomas claiming the yellow jersey on the final day and the biggest result of her career.