USAPCC - Women's Press Conference
Women team leaders gather on Thursday for a press conference in the Breckenridge City Hall to answer questions by media.
Gwen Inglis (Colorado Women's Cycling Project) was the first rider of the day to leave the starting ramp and tackle the challenging course.
USAPCC - Women - Stage 1
Lauren Hall (Twenty-16) leaves the starting ramp and onto the challenging course.
Happy people, happy times and all smiles before a start.
Krista Doebel-Hickok (TIBCO) takes a horrific fall off the ramp, but gets back on her bike to finish 40th for the day.
Krista Doebel-Hickok (TIBCO) makes her way down the course after a fall of the ramp.
Whitney Schultz (Colavita / Bianchi p/b Fine Cooking) leaves the starting house.
USAPCC - Stage 5 Women's TT
Kristen Legan (Colorado Women's Cycling Project) begins her Time Trial on a challanging course, which includes a fast flat, steep stepping climb, and a very fast descent to the finish.
USAPCC - Stage 1 Women's TT
A DNA Cycling Team rider makes her way on to the course past screaming spectators.
The women are back to racing a stage race in Colorado with equal prize money and challanging courses.
Amy Charity (Optium p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies) makes her way on to the TT course and eventually finishes 27th for the day.
Kristen Arnold (Amy D Foundation) begins her TT.
A Pepper Palace rider makes her way out on to the course with hopes of a scorching hot time.
Anne Perry (DNA Cycling) starts to leave the chute and on to the TT course.
Julie Emmerman (Amy D Foundation) makes her way onto the TT course.
A Visit Dallas p/b Noise4Good rider on the TT course along the early flat section.
A BMW p/b Happy Tooth Dental rider shows the strains of the course and her efforts while making her way up Moonstone Road.
A BMW p/b Happy Tooth Dental rider makes her way up the steep slopes of Moonstone Road.