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USA Cycling Pro Road Championships – Live Stream

The USA Cycling Pro Road & Time Trial National Championships will be held for the first time in Knoxville on June 24-25. You can watch the road races live here on PEZ on Sunday the 25th of June. The women’s road race will begin at 9 a.m., followed by the men’s road race at 1:15 p.m. This 7.9-mile circuit will be covered eight times by the women for a total of 63 miles and 14 times by the men for a total of 109 miles.

U.S. ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIPS ON SUNDAY
9 a.m. Road Race Championship for Women (63 miles/eight laps of 7.9-mile course)
1:30 pm Road Race Championship for Men (109 miles/14 laps)

Who to Watch
· Megan Guarnier (San Mateo, Calif.), BoelsDolmans Cycling Team – Megan is the three-time (2012, 15, 16) and defending USA Cycling Pro Road Race National champion. Last year she captured overall wins at two big UCI events – the Amgen Breakway from Heart Disease Women’s Race and Giro d’Italia International for Women. This year she won a road stage at the Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women’s Race in May.

· Coryn Rivera (Tustin, Calif.), Team Sunweb – Now based with her team in Europe, Rivera has won two WorldTour events this season (Belgium and Italy). She also won a road stage at this year’s Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women’s Race empowered by SRAM. She has finished second the past two years in the USPro Women’s Road Race championship.

· Greg Daniel (Englewood, Colo.), Trek-Segafredo – After scoring a silver medal at the U.S. U23 Amateur Road Nationals in 2015, he won the Stars-and-Stripes jersey at last year’s USPro Men’s Road Race Championship. Originally from Newport, Tenn., Daniel has been racing in Europe this season and finished fourth on Stage 3 of the Hammer Sportzone Limburg in France.

· Travis McCabe (Tucson, Ariz.), UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling – McCabe has three international stage wins this year, two at Le Tour de Langkawi and one at Herald Sun Tour. In the U.S., he won the General Classification at the Tucson Bicycle Classic. He finished third at last year’s USPro Men’s Road Race Championship.

The women’s START LIST HERE.

The men’s START LIST HERE.

MORE INFORMATION
View the Road Race Championship map click here.

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