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USA Pro Challenge 2013 has reportedly unveiled its award jerseys for this season. The esteemed Colorado mountain biking event will have its players vying for a good bunch of coveted honors with jerseys representing overall leader, climber, sprinter, most courageous climber and best young cyclist. Patterned with eye-catching updated designs, the jerseys will help the fans to identify the present leaders in the race. The 2013 Colorado race is scheduled for late August, from august 19-25.
According to sources, the award jerseys this year are patronized by both new & returning partners of USA Pro Challenge. The old partners are Nissan and Smashburger while Colorado State University, FirstBank & Clif Bar has signed up recently as new partners.
Smashburger is going to sponsor the most coveted overall winner jersey that will be awarded to the rider with least cumulative time taken during the race. Then, there is the best sprinter green jersey sponsored by Clif Bar. This jersey would be conferred on the rider achieving maximum bonus points on the basis of sprint-line performances and on finishing stage in top 15. Nissan has confirmed to sponsor the bright scarlet jersey for strongest climber over the Colorado Rockies in the race. USA Pro Challenge is renowned for its super tough track and its mountainous terrain is the hardest among all cycling events.
FirstBank would stand by the bravest rider in the Colorado race with its orange jersey for the most courageous cyclist. The esteemed American event poses several obstacles for cyclists at each of the stages and the rider who would be able to tackle all the posed challenges all through will be honored with FirstBank orange jersey. USA Pro Challenge will have a huge lot of fresh talents vying along with the cycling pros this time. Thus Colorado State University has come up with its blue Best Young Cyclist Jersey for the most successful cyclist under 23.
Andy Schleck and Frank Schleck is all set to reunite under the same team banner next year. On Thursday, Trek Bicycle announced that they have signed both riders. The Wisconsin based bike brand bought WorldTour racing license of RadioShack Leopard team.
Andy Schleck stated that he was really very happy to re-sign with Trek family and be a part of their project once again. The team’s jersey might be different, but he is happy that large part of the team would stay intact and he is really looking forward to work with the team again. Read more »