2018 National Calendars Unveiled for Pro Road and Pro Mountain Bike Disciplines

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USA Cycling announced the national calendars for mountain bike and road disciplines on Thursday for 2018. The Pro Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) will feature six events in six states, spanning March to September. The Pro Mountain Bike Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT) will showcase seven events in five states. The Pro Road Tour (PRT) will include 21 events across 16 states. Both the Pro XCT and PRT events range from April to September

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Pro CX: Double Wins in Calif. Move Ortenblad into Lead and Push Mani into Second

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ProCX REPORT 11:A trio of competitions blanketed the country from coast to coast Nov. 18-19 and packed a punch with 18 races for Week 11 of the Professional Cyclocross Calendar (ProCX). Races returned to Suffern, N.Y. for Supercross Cup and to Indianapolis, Ind. for Major Taylor andlsquo;Cross Cup. On the West Coast, the new MoVal CX in Moreno Valley, Calif. capped the weekend with ProCX races for Junior 17-18 Men, U23 Men, Elite Women and Elite Men.

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Pro CX: Reshuffling in ProCX Top 10 After Events in Northampton and Tulsa

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ProCX REPORT #10:The 10th week of competitions on the Professional Cyclocross Calendar (ProCX) bisected the country with two distinctive events, the Verge Northampton International presented by Cycle-Smart in Massachusetts and the Cyntergy Hurtland in Oklahoma. In its 27th year, the Verge Northampton International served up two days of racing for Elite Women and Men that were dominated by teammates with Cannondale presented by Cyclocrossworld.com. The Cyntergy Hurtland one-day event entered its third year and featured two athletes who made captured their first ProCX titles of the season.

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