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Mike Friedman Announces Retirement After a Decade in the Pro Peloton

What does it take to acquire the nickname “Meatball” in the sport of professional cycling? As a 5’ 9” 170 pound former high school wrestler, Mike Friedman had both the physique and the personality to live up to one of cycling’s most unusual monikers. His unique size and stockiness helped

Mike Friedman was called in as a last minute replacement for Will Routley, who couldn't start the race after coming down with a sore throat and fever. It will be a tough week as Mike wasn't training in the week leading up to the race with racing intensity. He's also a tough guy and comfortable at altitude, so the man known as Meatball should be fine.

Photo Essay | Building Bikes for a Better Tomorrow

On October 7th, Optum Pro Cycling teamed up with Plus One Health Management and Working Bikes to assemble 49 Diamondback Viper youth bicycles for distribution to underprivileged youth in the Chicago area. The bicycles reached their new owners thanks to Chicago-based 501(c)3 organization Working Bikes, who partners with homeless transition,

Optum's Sr. Director of Alliance Management & Strategic Growth Initiatives Melissa Reilly addresses the conference during Eric Young and Brad Huff's Q&A session.

Phil Gaimon Joins Orange & Black for 2015

Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies today announces another major North American addition to their road roster, hot on the heels of three major Canadian singings last week. Garmin-Sharp’s Phil Gaimon will fly the colors of the Orange & Black in 2015 following a season racing across European roads in the WorldTour.


Team Signs Canadians Guillaume Boivin, Pierrick Naud, and Mike Woods for 2015 Road Season

Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies announces its first major signings for next year’s road racing season today, coming in the form of three of Canada’s top young talents. Guillaume Boivin (Cannondale Pro Cycling), Pierrick Naud (Garneau – Québecor), and Mike Woods (5-Hour Energy) will all don orange and black for the first time in 2015.

Boivin, a WorldTour level one-day and sprint specialist, adds further depth and experience to a leadout unit that had its most success ever in 2014.


Team Concludes Most Successful Road Racing Season in Program History

With the 2014 road racing calendar drawing to a close last week at the UCI Road World Championships, Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies can reflect on its most successful season to date, one that included a combined 65 wins and 149 podiums for the men’s and women’s road teams and several prolific international stage wins and podium finishes.

Stage 4 of the 2014 Amgen Tour of California, Monterey to Cambria, CA

Photo Essay: 2014 Road Racing Retrospective

With high profile stage wins and podiums at races like the Tour of California, the Tour of Utah, and La Course by Le Tour de France, the 2014 season will go down in history as the most successful yet in the program’s 8-year history. This photo retrospective captures a special year in and out of the saddle for the Orange & Black.

Stage 4 of the 2014 Tour of Alberta, Edmonton to Strathcona County.