Category: Teams

Driscoll wins Fat Bike Singlespeed Nationals; Haidet 25th at LUX World Championships

Posted on 01/30/17 by meredith miller

Several weeks after just missing out on the stars and stripes jersey at the US Cyclocross National Championships in Hartford, CT, Jamey Driscoll claimed the gold medal at the US Fat Bike Singlespeed National Championships after finishing second in the pro men’s division to Cole House (Broken Spoke) earlier in the day. In the pro […]

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Haidet headed to LUX World Championships with Team USA; Driscoll chooses US Fat Bike Nationals

Posted on 01/11/17 by meredith miller

The Clement Professional Cycling Team is thrilled to support recently crowned U23 US National Cyclocross Champion Lance Haidet as he joins Team USA as part of the thirty rider squad heading to Luxembourg to contest the UCI World Cyclocross Championships January 28 and 29. Haidet was a member of Team USA as a Junior at […]

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Lance Haidet wins U23 National Championship title; Driscoll second in elite men’s race

Posted on 01/09/17 by meredith miller

Rocking the new, stylish red Clement Professional Cycling Team kit, second year U23 rider Lance Haidet scored the biggest win of his fledgling career when he earned the national championship title on a technical and icy track in Hartford, CT in frigid temperatures. In a tight three-way battle with Gage Hecht (Alpha Bicycle Company-Vista Subaru) […]

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Raleigh-Clement becomes Clement Professional Cycling Team

Posted on 01/06/17 by meredith miller

After a rewarding five-year partnership with Raleigh, a division of Accell North America, the Raleigh-Clement Professional Cycling Team will finish the remainder of the cyclocross season as the Clement Professional Cycling Team. The Raleigh-Clement program was born in July 2012 from the union of the two historic brands. Together the two companies formulated a plan […]

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Driscoll victorious at Resolution Cross Cup; Rathbun continues her comeback at NCGP

Posted on 12/12/16 by meredith miller

To open the weekend at the UCI C2 Resolution Cross Cup in Garland, TX Jamey Driscoll finally scored the elusive win he’s been waiting for all season. A well-timed attack with two laps to go proved to be the decisive moment for the 30-year old who was able to cross the line with a fine […]

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Raleigh-Clement pulls double duty at Major Taylor and Ruts N’ Guts

Posted on 12/05/16 by meredith miller

After a quiet mid-season, the Raleigh-Clement crew was spread out and making waves this past weekend between Indiana and Oklahoma. Laurel Rathbun, who has missed the first two thirds of the season due to an injury she sustained while road racing this summer, made her return to UCI racing at the Major Taylor Cross Cup […]

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Disappointing finish for Mani at Zeven World Cup

Posted on 11/28/16 by meredith miller

Ahead of the Telenet UCI World Cup in Zeven, Germany, Caroline Mani was eager to race on the fast, “American-like” track, but the French National Champion could only muster a disappointing 11th place. “I really don’t have much to say,” said Mani. “I had a decent start until the first corner. Then girls starting pushing […]

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Mani and Haidet represent at Derby City Cup

Posted on 11/07/16 by meredith miller

At the Derby City Cup warm temperatures and a dusty course greeted an outpouring of riders from around the country as racers flocked to Louisville, KY to contest the UCI C1 and C2 events at Eva Bandman Park, a purpose-built park for hosting premier cyclocross events in the US. The venue was first put to […]

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Mani earns bronze at the European Cyclocross Championships

Posted on 10/31/16 by meredith miller

Lining up to contest the 2016 European Championships for the first time since 2010, Caroline Mani was on a mission to bring home a gold medal for France on home soil. However, reigning world champion Thalita de Jong spoiled the Frenchwoman’s quest when she rode away from the rest of the field to claim victory […]

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Mani finishes seventh at Valkenburg World Cup

Posted on 10/24/16 by Clement

After a short break from back-to-back racing, French national champion Caroline Mani toed the line with the best in the world at Sunday’s Valkenburg World Cup in the Netherlands. Despite being stuck in traffic off the line, the 29-year old was able to finish a respectable but disappointing seventh place. Reigning world champion Thalita de […]

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