Elevate adds to Podium Count

The Elevate KHS pro cycling team love to ride hard and come out with great results at the end of the race. this past weekend was not different at the San Dimas Stage Race in San Dimas CA.

Jordan Cheyne got things going as he won the opening uphill time trial and took the yellow jersey to start the race of.

Alfredo Rodriguez followed up the next day in the road race with a sprint to 3rd place, and help the team keep the yellow jersey for one more day.

The final day was a crit race that Sam Bassetti took the sprint and won the day.

The weekend race ended with Jorden taking 3rd overall. Great job guys!

Check the final day Crit race from Cory Williams.

We now move to Texas, where teammate Nick Torraca rode to a solo victory in the Corsicane Road Race. Great job Nick!

 

 

Three Podiums in Chico

The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling Team landed 3 podiums at the Chico Stage Race. Scott Law finished 2nd at the Thunderhill Race Way Circuit Race on Friday with teammate George Simpson close on his heels in 3rd. Scott followed this performance up with another 2nd place finish at Sunday’s Downtown Chico Criterium.


Next Up:  San Dimas Stage Race

The iconic San Dimas Stage Race begins today in Southern California.

Friday March 23rd: Glendora Mountain Road Time Trial
Saturday March 24th: San Dimas Hospital Road Race
Sunday March 25th: Old Town Grand Prix

Roster: 
Jordan Cheyne
Cory Williams
James Piccoli
Sam Bassetti
Scott Law
Brian McCulloch
Eder Frayre
Alfredo Rodriguez


Podium Count:

Wins: 10

Podiums: 17

Tour de Taiwan Wrap-Up

The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling Team had an excellent Tour de Taiwan. With 5th & 7th place stage finishes, Eder Frayre completed the tour with a 6th place overall. The team had a great time visiting KHS Bicycles, Velo Saddles and Xpedo Pedals and will be traveling home to prepare for their next stage race. Thank you to all who followed along as the tour progressed!

PC: Velo Saddles

NEXT UP: Chico Stage Race

The team has arrived in Chico, CA for the 3 day, 4 stage, Chico Stage Race.

Friday March 16th: Thunderhill Raceway Circuit Race
Saturday March 17th: Paskenta Road Race
Sunday March 18th: Individual Time Trial; Criterium

Roster: 
Nick Torraca
Jordan Cheyne
Cory Williams
George Simpson
Scott Law
Gavin Hoover

Williams Podiums at Tour de Murrieta Crit

Cory Williams once again finds himself standing on the podium at the Tour de Murrieta Criterium. The rain was not going to stop him from getting there. Great job Cory!

More form Texas

Texas is like the gift that keeps on given. The Elevate KHS pro cycling team was doing what they do best at the Lago Vista Primavera two day race. On day one Scott Law sprinted to victor to start the weekend race off.

On day two, Nick Torraca was once again on the podium in his great state of Texas finishing the race in 2nd place.

Great job, and congratulation to another great race weekend to Elevate KHS.

Three more Top steps

This past weekend served up to be a another great race weekend for the Elevate KHS Pro cycling team, as they add 4 more podiums 3 of which were 1st place finishes. After a week long training camp, half the team headed to Texas while the other half stayed in California.

We start off with the boys in Texas at  Pace Bend where Nick Torraca soloed to first place and earning himself his first podium of the season.

The same day, back in California, the other half of the team put on a great show at the Rosena Ranch Circuit Race with Alfredo Rodriguez sprints to a close win.

And we don’t end there,

Back in Texas the team finished of the weekend at Pace Bend with George Simpson sprinting to the finish as Nick Torraca gets back on the podium in 3rd place.

Great job to the whole the team on a fantastic weekend of racing.

Mark up another win for Cory Williams and Elevate KHS

With team camp right around the corner, Cory Williams wanted to get one more win under his belt, or should I say lycra. His teammates setup the perfect lead out which let Cory get the win at the Roger Millikan Memorial Crit in Brea CA this past weekend. With that win it brings the team to 6 wins! Check out the race from Cory’s POV.

Williams adds to Podium top step Count

Cory Williams Wins in Carson again! Great teamwork delivered yet another victory at California Bicycle Racing Number 2 for the Elevate KHS pro cycling team.

Yesterday’s win marked the 5th win & 7th podium of the 2018 season for the team. Training camp is just around the corner!

KHS on Top once AGAIN

We are still in the first month of 2018 but that does not stop KHS team members from doing what they do best, win.

Elevate KHS’s Cory Williams took his second win yesterday at the California Bicycle Racing (CBR) in Dominguez Hills, CA.

KHS Factory Racing’s Logan Binggeli started of his race season at the DVO Winter Series at Bootleg Canyon in Boulder City, NV.  The weekend start off with some crazy windy weather but once it came time for the main event it was a beautiful day and Logan capped it off with a Win!

With the great weather that turned up, Quinton Spaulding of KHS Factory Racing thought he would take advantage of it and it paid off as he won in the vet Down Hill event!

Congratulations to our KHS family on another great weekend of racing.

Welcome Simpson, Law and Cheyne for 2018

The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling team adds three new riders for the 2018 season. Current US National Amateur Time Trial Champion George Simpson, Australian Sprinter Scott Law, and Canadian Climber Jordan Cheyne.

George Simpson comes from the highly respected Gateway Harley Davidson U25 Devo program. With a total of 11 race victories, including his 2017 US National Championship win, George made himself a highly sought after commodity on the transfer market. “We really started to take a close look at George in May. He was very dominate in the way he won both the time trial and road race at the Superior Morgul Classic Stage Race in Colorado,” stated team Co-Owner John McAllister.

“From that moment, we started to keep a close eye on him. Winning the US Time Trial Championship was confirmation of what we saw earlier in the year.” George is looking forward to joining his new teammates and testing his skill set against the best, “I’m looking forward to shining in hilly circuit races like the ones in Redlands, Gila, North Star, and Alabama as well as being a part of larger team objectives in the Tour of Utah or the Colorado Classic. I am really excited to focus on the US Pro Time Trial Championships as my primary target for the season.” Continue reading “Welcome Simpson, Law and Cheyne for 2018”