Competitive Cyclist Training Camp: Why domestic bike racing matters

Competitive Cyclist Training CampTommy Chandler/Competitive Cyclist

This week I had the chance to spend a few days at the Tucson training camp with the Competitive Cyclist racing team. One of a few notable domestic pro cycling outfits, this team leapt onto the US racing scene last year with overall wins at five National Racing Calendar (NRC) events, as well as an anomalous award for 2011's top rider in the NRC. (More on that in a minute.) If you have no idea what I'm talking about, don't be alarmed—neither do lots of American cycling enthusiasts. Read on.

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