Pro Cycling Team

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Ben Jacques-Maynes - Major Results
... Prologue ITT, Tour of California (UCI 2.HC) 1st, Cascade Cycling Classic – road race 1st, Mt ... Hood Cycling Classic – road race 1st, Sequoia Cycling Classic – Exeter TT 2008 – Bissell Pro Cycling Team 1st, Sequoia Cycling Classic – Yokohl Ranch Exeter TT 1st, Prologue Mt Hood Classic 2009 ...
U.S. Postal Service Pro Cycling Team - Notable Wins - 2005 Results
... Date Race Location Winner 2005 Team Classification, Hervis Tour of Austria Austria Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team 2005-02-27 Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne Belgium George Hincapie 2005-04 ...
Scott Moninger - Teams
2007 BMC Professional Cycling Team 2003-2006 Health Net Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis 1999-2002 Mercury Pro Cycling Team 1997-1998 Navigators Pro ...
Cycling - Bicycle Safety - Exposure To Air Pollution
... accidents and the health benefits derived from additional physical activity Cycling portal Cycling General Bicycle Bicycle dynamics Bicycle culture Bicycle ... Bicycle law Bicycle parking Bicycle safety Bicycle transportation engineering Cycling advocacy Cycling hand signals Cycling infrastructure Lane splitting Segregated cycle facilities ...
Kirk O'Bee - Career Accomplishments
... Postal Service Pro Cycling Team 2001 – Navigators Insurance Cycling Team 1st United States National Criterium Championships 2002 – Navigators ...

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