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Meet The American And Canadian Riders in the Vuelta 2018

6 American and 2 Canadian riders will be racing in the Vuelta a España 2018, the 3rd Grand Tour of the season. Just one North American has won the Vuelta in 73 editions: Chris Horner […]

CPA Board Meets in Paris, Discusses the UCI’s Proposal to Reform the Structure of Men’s Pro Cycling

The CPA Board of Directors met in Paris over the final weekend of the Tour de France. ANAPRC Executive Director Michael Carcaise was present along with representatives of national riders associations from Italy, Spain, and […]

Meet the American and Canadian Riders in the Tour de France 2018

Five North Americans will be riding in the Tour de France this year. The US roster includes two TDF first-timers Boswell and Haga. Unfortunately no Canadian riders were selected to race this year. Two of […]

Meet the 29 American and Canadian Riders in the 2018 Tour of California

The May 13-19 Tour of California – now in its 2nd year as a WT race – is the biggest race on the American continent. And this year’s line-up is impressive. 3 likely sprint stages […]

Meet the 7 American and Canadian Riders in the 2018 Giro

4 Americans and 3 Canadians racing for 5 different teams will race the 2018 Giro (May 4 to May 27). Ambitions are real this year with Woods appearing to have found his 2017 legs again […]

6 Pros from 6 Teams Elected to the ANAPRC Board of Directors for 2018

On April 17th 2018, ANAPRC members elected a new Board of Directors to a one-year term: Brent Bookwalter of BMC (his 4th term as a Director); Alex Howes of EF Education First (3rd term); Kiel […]

Pros Howes, Skujins, Gogl, and others attend CPA meeting in Liege

On Thursday, 19th of April, in Liège, Belgium, the CPA held a meeting open to all professional riders to discuss the future plans for management of prize money. Professional riders including Alex Howes, Toms Skujins, […]

Haller struck by car while training 

Katusha-Alpecin’s Marco Haller was struck by a motorist who ran a stop sign while training in Austria on Thursday, suffering multiple fractures to his left knee. The team estimate he will be out for several […]

Volta a Catalunya riders praise decision to cancel Vallter 2000 climb 

The Volta a Catalunya organisers’ decision to cancel the crucial stage 3 final Vallter ascent because of the risk of avalanches and poor weather has been met with regret by some members of the peloton, […]

De Plus and Vakoc in hospital after being hit by truck in training 

Quick-Step Floors riders Laurens De Plus and Petr Vakoc have been hospitalised after they were hit by a truck during a training ride in South Africa on Thursday. The pair was out with teammate Bob […]

Meet the American and Canadian Pro Cyclists in the 2018 WorldTour and ProContinental Pelotons

There are 69 professional North American riders in the WorldTour and ProContinental pelotons in the 2017-2018 season.

ANAPRC Board of Directors 2017

ANAPRC members have elected a new Board of Directors to a one-year term: Brent Bookwalter of BMC; Chris Jones of UnitedHealthcare; Alex Howes of Cannondale-Drapac; Kiel Reijnen of Trek-Segafredo; Ian Boswell of Team Sky; Tyler […]