The top men and women cyclists in the Southeast have been crowned for the 2015 Southeast Regional Series presented by BikeReg. Event organizers announced today that the August races planned for Greenville, S.C. have been canceled.
With solid results at races in Knoxville July 11-12, Georgia-based Team United HealthCare / The 706 Project have secured the top four spots of the Men Pro 1/2 overall rankings in the Southeast Regional Series presented by BikeReg (SRS).
The Southeast Regional Series presented by BikeReg (SRS) has proven to be one of the most competitive road events for amateur and elite cyclists in the country.
Two days of bicycle racing in Albany, Georgia concluded May 17 and the overall points standings began to take shape for the 2015 Southeast Regional Series presented by BikeReg (SRS). David Goodman (Athens, Ga.) of Team United HealthCare / The 706 Project takes over as the SRS-Hincapie Sportswear Overall Leader for Men Pro 1/2 and Jennifer Wagner (Vestavia Hills, Ala.) of Team Infinity Racing leads the overall competition for Women Pro 1/2/3.
The Southeast Regional Series presented by BikeReg showcases some of the best teams. One of the men's elite teams that has dominated the leaderboard is the United Healthcare of Georgia p/b The 706 Project. Austin Ulich, won in Walton County, his teammate Andy Scarano placed second. We caught up for a chat.
On Saturday, SRS began under the palm trees of the Emerald Coast of Florida with the Panama City Criterium, and Race Expo managed by Panama City Downtown Improvement Board. The Men's Pro 1/2 event was won by Cameron Hoffman (Clearfield, Utah) of Team Endurance 360. In the Women's Pro 1/2/3 race, Jennifer Wagner (Vestavia Hills, Ala.) of Infinity Racing/Tom Williams BMW-Mini captured the victory.
Pro Interview: One of the big changes coming soon in the season will be that of Bradley Wiggins stepping down from Team Sky after Paris-Roubaix to headline his own Continental team, WIGGINS. The guys at Southeast Regional Series recently caught up with Brit racer, Daniel Patten who is also a member of WIGGINS and a man who won the SRS race in Knoxville last year.
More than 450 men, women and juniors participated September 13-14 in 20 categorized bicycle races for the fifth and final weekend for the 2014 Southeast Regional Series presented by Stan's NoTubes (SRS). For the top men and women cyclists in the Southeast, champions were crowned in the summer-long series that spanned five states in five months.