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Re: [2.2] Tour of the Gila
« on: April 19, 2019, 20:33 »

Competing teams:

Wildlife Generation p/b Maxxis
ProTouch Continental Pro Cycling (South Africa)
Elevate KHS Pro Cycling
Floyd’s Pro Cycling (Canada)
303 Project
DCBank Pro Cycling Team (Canada)
Team Medellin (Colombia)
Canel’s Specialized (Mexico)

Project Echelon Racing
VeloSelect Racing Team (Quebec)
Semper Porro
Otto Jacome Cycling Team (Mexico)
Team California
Rio Grande Elite Cycling Team
Gateway Devo Cycling
Pacific Premier Bank Cycling
Team Mike’s Bikes p/b Equator
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Despite the fact the race has moved to two weeks later in the calendar ie. back to roughly it's old position of finishing a week before California starts, there is no sign of the local PCT outfits - Rally (defending champions with Britton) and Hagens Berman. Yorkshire is the preferred destination for both teams. Arapahoe are absent as well for whatever reason - the Gran Fondo Hincapie takes precedence?

Anyway outside of the Men's UCI event there are a few other riders that may be worth watching. In the Men's 1,2 category we have riding for LUX/Sideshow p/b Specialized both Quinn Simmons (1st GW juniors) and Michael Garrison (4th PR juniors and brother of Ian).

Also, in the women's UCI event should be Sarah Gigante (current Australian national champion) who will be riding for the composite Team HMS. Simone Boilard should give her competition for the best 18 yr old.
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