Journal: Kelsey takes on Storm Eva Bandman as a Tomato

Sunday, October 23rd, 8:10 AM. I slip my lights on, snap my helmet, chug the last of the water in my glass, grab my backpack, and head out the door. Today is a great day for cyclocross. My sleepy muscles start to loosen up as I pedal the 6 chilly miles towards the river. I’m … Continue reading Journal: Kelsey takes on Storm Eva Bandman as a Tomato

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MTB Season Begins With Two Wins, CX is Here

"We all worked together as a team"

UofL Cycling & Triathlon partner with Hincapie Sportswear, will produce a UofL Supporter’s Jersey

The iconic cycling and triathlon clothing brand Hincapie Sportswear will be the official performance-wear provider of Louisville Cycling & Triathlon in 2016. UofL Cycling and Triathlon joins Hincapie’s Collegiate Program to race and train in custom, team-issue Hincapie clothing. In addition, UofL Cycling and the University of Louisville are partnering with Hincapie to produce high-quality … Continue reading UofL Cycling & Triathlon partner with Hincapie Sportswear, will produce a UofL Supporter’s Jersey

Francisco 18th, King 43rd at Cyclocross Nationals

Asheville, N.C.-- On a muddy and difficult course at the Biltmore Estate that featured more than 400 vertical feet of climbing in a roughly one mile course, John Francisco rode to 18th place while Ben King rode to 43rd place at the USA Cycling Collegiate Cyclocross National Championships. The event marked the fourth time UofL … Continue reading Francisco 18th, King 43rd at Cyclocross Nationals

John Francisco Wins Mid-West Conference Cyclocross Championship

St. Charles, Mo.- John Francisco became the first-ever Louisville Cardinal to earn a USA Cycling Mid-West Collegiate Cycling Conference crown, winning this year’s championship race, The Lindenwood University Cyclocross Challenge. Ben King earned second place behind Francisco for a Cardinal one-two in the top-ranked Men’s A field. In the Men’s B race, Rikus Van Zyl … Continue reading John Francisco Wins Mid-West Conference Cyclocross Championship

UofL Cycling and Triathlon competes simultaneously in 3 cities, earns 3 wins.

By Abner Miralda Louisville, Ky. — UofL Cycling and UofL Triathlon have historic weekend, earning three wins, two podiums, and two top-10 finishes simultaneously. Mark Renn earned wins in the Down Hill and Four-Cross disciplines in St. Louis, Mo. while Rikus Van Zyl rode to the top spot in a cyclocross race in Cincinnati, Oh. … Continue reading UofL Cycling and Triathlon competes simultaneously in 3 cities, earns 3 wins.

UofL Cycling Named Largest New Team in the Country

USA Cycling asked current team president Abner Miralda how it all unfolded, and what the future of the team looks like.

Cards finish 5th in Conference, 7th Overall in Inaugural Cyclocross Season

Louisville, KY- The SCC finished its first collegiate cyclocross season in 5th place in Div. 1 and 7th overall in the MidWest Collegiate Cycling Conference. This year the Cards travelled to Wisconsin, Chicago, and Indianapolis for collegiate cyclocross races, finishing in 5th place in Division 1 behind the strong performances of John Francisco and Abner … Continue reading Cards finish 5th in Conference, 7th Overall in Inaugural Cyclocross Season

Miralda Wins Cards’ first Collegiate Cyclocross race of 2015

Bloomington, IL- On a fast and cold circuit through the Hilton Indian Hills Resort, University of Louisville rider Abner Miralda won the first cyclocross race for the Cardinals of the year. Josh Goodman rounded out the podium with a solid 3rd place. The two-mile course through the golf course featured several sweeping turns and multiple … Continue reading Miralda Wins Cards’ first Collegiate Cyclocross race of 2015