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Women Kick off World Championship Prep at France’s GP de Plouay

Month-long race campaign culminates with Team Time Trial World Championship

Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies lands in France this week to begin preparations for the 2014 World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain. A 7-women team hops the pond and will kick off their month-long campaign at France’s GP


Jones 8th Overall, Anthony 7th in Final Stage at USA Pro Challenge

Carter Jones finished 8th overall today at the USA Pro Challenge after seven days of racing in Colorado. The team weathered rain, cold, and some of the highest racing altitudes in the world to gather Jones his second top-ten overall placing in America’s three premiere stage races. Jesse Anthony finished

Carter Jones wore the blue Best Colorado Rider jersey to start stage two. The battle for this jersey will be difficult – Tour of Utah winner Tom Danielson and defending champ TJ Van Garderen also call the state home.

Photo Essay | Time Trial | Vail Pass | Stage 6 | USA Pro Challenge

Stage six of the USA Pro Challenge was the decisive day. An uphill, high altitude time trial through Vail Pass. Time trials are called the “race of truth” for a reason – each rider primarily battles his own capacity for pain, and once again, the elements came into play with


2014 USA Pro Challenge Stage 1 | Photo Essay

The Orange & Black kept the momentum going in the beautiful, and tough opening stage of the 2014 USA Pro Challenge where Carter Jones continued to impress with another top ten finish racing to fourth on the day.

From left to right – Bjorn Selander, Scott Zwizanski, Tom Zirbel, Jesse Anthony, Mike Friedman, Ryan Anderson, Carter Jones, and Alex Candelario.

The normally clean shaven Jesse Anthony shaved a handlebar mustache for the USA Pro Challenge in honor of team captain and longtime Optum rider Alex Canderlario, racing his final season in the pro peloton.


2014 Optum/Twins Event Weekend

Riders Tom Zirbel and Amber Pierce joined Minnesota Twins and recent 2014 All-Star Game participants Brian Dozier and Kurt Suzuki this past weekend for a fun filled meet and greet event at Optum headquarters in Eden Prairie, MN. Optum employees and their families were invited to come meet the athletes, get autographs and snap a picture with Twins mascot T.C. Bear. Attendees also had the chance to enter their name in a raffle where they had the chance to win a number of prizes including two Diamondback bicycles. Some very lucky VIP guests from a local Ronald McDonald House also got the unforgettable opportunity to meet with the athletes in private prior to the event.


2014 La Course | PHOTO ESSAY

La Course is one of the biggest races the Orange & Black have ever had the privilege of competing in. Female cyclists haven’t had a race in the Tour de France since 1989, and to have it come on the one of the most famous streets in the world on the monumental final day of the Tour was special, and long overdue.


2014 Cascade Classic

The team rode aggressive at this year's Cascade Classic in Bend, OR, with multiple palmares added to the season's totals. Tom Zirbel got the orange and black rolling with a victory in the prologue tt followed by a 7th place finish for Jesse Anthony in the race's first road race. Zirbel and Scott Zwizanski kept the momentum going in the 2nd stage TT, finishing 3rd and 10th respectively. Saturday evening's criterium was a nail biter as Ryan Anderson just missed out on the win landing second on the podium. Over the final stage, the team kept the pressure up with Zirbel making the break. The lead group finished clear of the remnants of the peloton, but Tom would miss out on the overall win by just 9 seconds.

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