The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling team had the opportunity to visit 3 area schools leading into the Redlands Bicycle Classic. These school visits are always a highlight for the riders, as they get to interact with many children who are eager to meet the pros. With athletes from four countries, the school kids were treated not only to information about safely riding their bicycles, but accents and stories of riding and racing in far off lands such as Australia, Mexico and Canada.
After safety demonstrations, talk about the Redlands Classic, and tips on being…
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The 38th addition of the Redlands Bicycle Classic proved to be exciting from the beginning. The event was to begin with a 7.8 mile Individual Time Trial in Big Bear, CA. However, with a late spring storm descending on the mountain town Tuesday night, the stage was cancelled due to snow conditions.
Losing the first stage meant that the Yucaipa Road Race, Stage 2, would be a hotly contested challenging day as the general classification was yet to be set. With 95 miles of racing and over…
Seamus Powell found himself on the podium in second place at that second stop of the Eastern State Cup Enduro series at Plattekill Mountain Bike Park.
Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling Run First, Third, and Fourth in First Ever Team Victory at Southern California Race
“I looked to see where we were both sitting and I was in front and still really couldn’t believe that I’d actually won,” Scott Law.
Now in its 12th year, the Dana Point Grand Prix Presented by Kingston Technology is one-of the best organized and attended 1-day professional & Bike Festival events in America. The 2018 edition again featured a fast L shaped six turn course over .8 miles of Dana Point’s local roads.
The 34th annual Redlands Bicycle Classic is set to begin on Wednesday May 2nd. The 3rd stop on the Pro Road Tour will feature an array of courses, terrain and weather to ensure it will be an exciting event start to finish. The team has a strong 8-man roster for the event and will be focusing on success on all stages from the sprint finishes to the mountain top finish in Oak Glen. Follow the team on social media for up to date reports, updates and information on the event.
Now in its 32nd edition, the Tour of the Gila has traditionally served as a true test for North American cyclists looking to succeed in the bigger stages race later in the season and is the second US stop on the UCI Americas Tour. In order to succeed in Silver City, NM, you need to be able to cope with a starting elevation of 5900’.
Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling, fresh off their stage victory on the final day of the Joe Martin Stage Race, kept the team unchanged for the 2018 Tour…
This years Sea Otter was pretty epic. This is the first time this year that all of the KHS athletes have been at one event. Enjoy this short edit of the KHS Factory racing team, Rebecca Gross, and the Elevate KHS pro Cycling team as they leave their mark on the 2018 Sea Otter Classic.
KHS Factory Racing riders, Nik Nestoroff, Seamus Powell, Rebecca Gross, Logan Binggeli, and team Manager Quinton Spaulding.
Elevate KHS Pro Cycling team members, Cory Williams,…
The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling Team had a n excellent showing at the 2018 Sea Otter Classic. With 5 podiums including a win on the final day at the Circuit Race, the campaign was very successful. Beyond their podium appearances, however, the riders had the great opportunity to connect with many of the teams partners through out the weekend.
Alfredo Rodriguez Claims Victory as Sam Bassetti Dons Green Points Jersey on Final Stage.
Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling secured their first victory of the UCI America Tour, this past weekend, on the final stage of the UCI 2.2 Joe Martin Stage Race as Alfredo Rodriguez stormed to victory in the technical Stage Four criterium. The stage victory was the breakthrough the team was looking for after finishing on the podium in the previous two stages with Alfredo Rodriguez finishing second in the Stage Two sprint and James Piccoli coming in 2nd on the…