Road Cycling Articles by Date

September 2009

  • Oakley's Cadel Evans and Tatiana Guderzo Win at World Cycling Championships

    Cycling : Road World Championships / Road Men Elite

    Posted almost 5 years ago by

    Oakley’s Cadel Evans of Australia got the biggest win of his career on Sunday, breaking free on the final climb to win the men’s race at cycling’s road world championships. The two-time Tour de France runner-up finished 6 hours, 56 minutes, 26 seconds on the 162.9-mile course.

  • Oakley’s Edvald Boasson Hagen takes the Tour of Britain

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    Oakley’s Edvald Boasson Hagen takes the Tour of Britain. Boasson Hagen (Columbia-HTC) crossed the line in 39th, opting not to contest the sprint after his four stage wins in succession, on stages three, four, five and six. The 22-year old Norwegian, wearing limited edition Oakley Radars, had no need to go for win number five since he rubber-stamped his superiority, and cemented the overall win, mid-way through the final stage, by winning the third bonus sprint ahead of Chris Sutton.

  • Oakley Dominates at the Tour of Spain "La Vuelta"

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    Oakley dominated the Tour of Spain “La Vuelta” with a complete podium. Oakley’s Alejandro Valverde finally got a signature win. The 29-year-old Spaniard claimed the Spanish Vuelta on Sunday by being the most consistent rider during the 21-stage race that began August 29th in Assen, Netherlands.

  • Oakley Athletes Take 4 out of 7 Stages at Tour of Missouri

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    Posted almost 5 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Oakley athletes take 4 out of 7 stages last week at the Tour of Missouri. Oakley’s Mark Cavendish proved he’s all business as he outkicked his sprint rivals in the closing metres to claim stage one honours. Despite having his Columbia-HTC team controlling the peloton throughout the afternoon, it took a bit of improvisation approaching the finish for Cavendish to earn his 22nd victory of 2009.

  • Oakley’s Australian Simon Gerrans Wins 10th stage of the Tour of Spain

    Cycling: 64th Tour of Spain - Vuelta / Stage 10

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    Oakley’s Australian Simon Gerrans won the 10th stage of the Tour of Spain here on Tuesday, Spanish rider Alejandro Valverde retained the leader’s golden jersey. The 29-year-old Cervelo rider outpaced three others cyclists, Ryder Hesjedal of Canada, Denmark’s Jakob Fuglsang and Kazakhstan’s Alexander Vinokourov, in a sprint to the line at the end of the 169-kilometre ride from Alicante to Murcia in eastern Spain.