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sponsor of the CoreStates Liberty Classic and the CoreStates USPRO Cycling Championship, is a Philadelphia-based financial services company.
The cycling study showed that much of the growth in cycle use had been higher during the working week, indicating a strong demand for commuter and general purpose cycling in addition to cycling purely for leisure.
A coed amateur club team completes the full Priority Health Cycling Team.
Atlas Cycling will race in five NRC races this year in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.
Each of the Pedal for Progress events are designed to be a wonderful cycling experience with family and friends while supporting the mission of the Tyler Hamilton Foundation.
will be a section devoted to the latest in international cycling apparel for men and women; mechanical and bike fitting services by trained and certified specialists; and a travel center operated by EuroCycler and DuVine Adventures.
Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers, founded in 2004, is the nation's only comprehensive center for cycling enthusiasts of all abilities.
Shiner has a well-established relationship with the cycling community here in our home state of Texas, and we are proud to add the Ford Tour de Georgia," said Shamus Hanlon, Shiner's Brand Group Director of Marketing.
The excitement and energy the Grand Prix brings to our region serves as a cycling forum for both cyclists and residents to enjoy.
Following on our successful broadband live broadcast of the 2005 Giro d' Italia, MediaZone is thrilled to provide additional top quality cycling events to fans that would be unable to easily watch this event anywhere else.
DENVER -- Adaptive Adventures, a chapter of Disabled Sports USA (DS/USA), today announced the 2005 Rocky Mountain Cycling Omnium (RMO), an integrated cycling event featuring more than 400 athletes with and without disabilities, including a group of soldiers recently injured in the Iraq conflict.

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