Snow Summit Craft & Cranks

KHS Factory Racing took to the mountains of Southern California at the Snow Summit Craft & Cranks down hill race this past weekend. Steven Walton raced his heart out and came out on the podium.

Snow Summit brought us a fan favorite with their Dual Slalom race. Nik Nestoroff podiums again for the KHS Factory racing team.

Jordan Cheyne wins Tour de White Rock

Tour de White Rock Road Race

Jordan Cheyne Wins the Tour de White Rock Road Race today in commanding fashion! A fantastic ride for the Canadian and great cap to 9 days of top-level racing at BC Superweek!

Choices Market Criterium, Tour de White Rock

Ulises Castillo on the podium at @tourdewhiterock and the 8th day of @bcsuperweek! Read more about the race HERE

Stars & Stripes for Hoover and Young on the Track

Eric Young and Gavin Hoover have been focusing their training and preparation for the USA Cycling Track National Championships held this past weekend in Carson, CA. Both have trained with and been integral players in the newly revived men’s track program within USA Cycling, putting them both in great positions for success at the National Championships. 

Young won the team’s first National Championship in the Scratch Race on the 4th of July which set the tone for the remainder of the weekend. With 6 more events to tackle, Eric placed an extremely close 2nd in the Kilo, earning the Silver Medal. He and Gavin went on to race the Madison, finishing 2nd again in a close finish. 

For Hoover, he had his sights set on the Omnium event and came away the National Champion, winning in commanding fashion. Along with his 2nd in the Madison with Young, he finished 3rd in the Points race as well, rounding out a very successful weekend with the Bronze Medal. 

Both athletes have joined the team in Canada to race the remainder of BC Superweek. 

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National Championship Podiums Across The Continent!

The Elevate-KHS Pro Cycling Team had a fantastic showing at National Championship events spanning the continent in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. 

Starting things off with a bang, George Simpson clocked the third fastest time at the US Pro Time Trial National Championship race, winning the bronze medal on the day. 

Adam Roberge followed suit in Canada, winning the U23 Canadian National Time Trial Championship for the 3rd year in a row. He also finished 3rd in the elite time trial for another bronze medal for the team. Jordan Cheyne finished 6th in the time trial as well. 

Friday, one of the most hotly contested criteriums of the year took place as the sun was setting. The US Pro Criterium came down to the wire, where Eric Young finished 2nd and teammate Sam Bassetti right behind in 4th. With a bike throw to the line, Eric took the silver for the teams 4th medal of the weekend. 

Sunday brought the biggest day of racing, with National Championship Road Races in each country. Ulises Castillo rounded out the podium count with a 2nd place finish in Mexico in an exciting two-up sprint after a challenging and hot race at altitude. 

In Canada, Jordan Cheyen, Adam Roberge and James Piccoli were motivated to put everything on the line in the hopes of winning the coveted Maple Leaf Championship Jersey. Racing in Beauce, the team was aggressive from the gun and James ultimately rode solo for 100K, only to be caught with 5K to go after being chased for several hours by a dwindled field and chase group. He was able to finish strong in 5th place, just out of medal contention, knowing he had put everything into the chance to win the race. 

When the weekend was complete, the team had tallied 6 podiums and medals, making this the most successful National Championships to date. The 6th podium came from Kyle Swanson the week before where he placed 2nd in the U23 USA Elite Criterium Championship race in Maryland. 

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Road National Championship Round Up

In one weekend, six Elevate KHS riders earned a total of six podiums in National Championships in the US, Canada and Mexico, including 1 Gold Medal, 3 Silver Medals, and 2 Bronze medals!

Adam Roberge won the U23 Canadian National Time Trial Championship for the 3rd year in a row. He also received the bronze medal in the Pro Time Trail.

Friday, one of the most hotly contested criteriums of the year took place as the sun was setting. The US Pro Criterium came down to the wire, where Eric Young finished 2nd and teammate Sam Bassetti right behind in 4th. With a bike throw to the line, Eric took the silver for the teams 4th medal of the weekend.

 

Sunday brought the biggest day of racing, with National Championship Road Races in each country. Ulises Castillo rounded out the podium count with a 2nd place finish in Mexico in an exciting two-up sprint after a challenging and hot race at altitude.

George Simpson took home the bronze medal in the US National Pro Time Trail.

In Canada, Jordan Cheyen, Adam Roberge and James Piccoli were motivated to put everything on the line in the hopes of winning the coveted Maple Leaf Championship Jersey. Racing in Beauce, the team was aggressive from the gun and James ultimately rode solo for 100K, only to be caught with 5K to go after being chased for several hours by a dwindled field and chase group. He was able to finish strong in 5th place, just out of medal contention, knowing he had put everything into the chance to win the race.

When the weekend was complete, the team had tallied 6 podiums and medals, making this the most successful National Championships to date.

The 6th podium came from Kyle Swanson the week before where he placed 2nd in the U23 USA Elite Criterium Championship race in Maryland.

Congratulation to the all of you, and the whole team for there great efforts this past weekend!