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2009 USA Cycling Registers 14 UCI Pro Continental Teams
 
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Date: 12/9/2008
2009 USA Cycling Registers 14 UCI Pro Continental Teams
 

2009 USA Cycling Registers 14 UCI Pro Continental Teams - Rosters
14 Continental & 2 PeoTour Teams brings USA total to 16 USA Registered Teams for the 2009 Season.

14 Continental Teams - 2 UCI ProTour Teams
USA Cycling announced today (December 8, 2008) the 13 squads that have been registered as UCI Continental teams in the United States for the 2009 racing season, as well as their respective rosters. Along with the previously announced UCI Pro Continental squad (BMC Racing) and UCI Pro Tour teams (Garmin-Chipotle, Team Columbia), the U.S. will feature 16 professional cycling teams recognized by the sport’s international governing body for the 2009 racing season.

U.S. teams receiving Continental status for 2009 include:
Amore e Vita/McDonalds/Velo Vie Pro Racing Team
Bissell Pro Cycling
BMC Racing
Colavita/Sutter Home p/by Cooking Light
DLP Racing
Jelly Belly Cycling
Kelly Benefit Strategies
Kenda Pro Cycling p/by Spinergy
Land Rover/ORBEA - Benefiting the Lance Armstrong Foundation
Ouch p/by Maxxis
 Team Mountain Khakis
Rock Racing,
Team Type 1
Trek LIVESTRONG U23 Team.

Team Rosters & D.S.:
Amore e Vita/McDonalds/Velo Vie Pro Racing Team
(D.S. Roberto Gaggioli)
Alexey Bauer (RUS)
Vladislav Borisov (RUS)
Matt Brandt (USA)
Phil Cortes (CAN)
Jaroslaw Dabrowski (POL)
Richard England (AUS)
Peter Femal (USA)
Graziano Gasparre (ITA)
Chad Gerlach (USA)
Fabio Gilioli (ITA)
Sergiy Grechyn (UKR)
Phillip Mamos (GER)
Yuriy Metlushenko (UKR)
Christian Mueller (GER)
Soren Nissen (DEN)
Vlodymyr Starchick (UKR)
Andrew Talansky (USA)

BMC Racing
(John Lelangue)
Alexander Moos
Markus Zberg
Florian Stalder
Mathias Frank
Thomas Frei.
Chad Beyer
Steve Bovay
Danilo Wyss
Martin Kohler. For
Jeff Louder
Scott Nydam
Jackson Stewart.
Brent Bookwalter
Jonathan Garcia
McKissick
Taylor Tolleson
Tony Cruz

Bissell Pro Cycling Team
(D.S. Glen Mitchell)
Joao Correia (POR)
Sheldon Deeny (USA)
Tim Farnham (USA)
Graham Howard (USA)
Andy Jacques-Mayne (USA)
Ben Jacques Mayne (USA)
Omer Kem (USA)
Peter Latham (NZL)
Paul Mach (USA)
Kirk O’Bee (USA)
Cody O’Reilly (USA)
Morgan Schmitt (USA)
Burke Swindlehurst (USA)
Jeremy Vennell (NZL)
Tom Zirbel (USA)

Colavita/Sutter Home p/by Cooking Light
(D.S. Sebastian Alexandre)
Luis Amaran (CUB)
Alejandro Borrajo (ARG)
Anibal Borrajo (ARG)
Leando Bottasso (ARG)
Anthony Colby (USA)
Luca Damiani (ITA)
Davide Frattini (ITA)
Guido Palma (ARG)
Andy Guptill (USA)
Lucas Haedo (USA)
Aaron Olson (USA)
Timothy Reinhart (USA)
Daniel Vaillancourt (USA)
Kyle Wamsley (USA)
Tyler Wren (USA)

DLP Racing
(D.S. John Kane)
Tiago Depaula (BRA)
David Duncan (USA)
Steven Gordon (USA)
Jared Gruber (USA)
Scott Jackson (USA)
Boyd Johnson (USA)
Tommy Nankervis (AUS)
Justin Spinelli (USA)

Jelly Belly Cycling
(D.S. Danny Van Haute)
Jonathan Clark (AUS)
Matthew Crane (USA)
Phil Gaimon (USA)
Brad Huff (USA)
Bryce Mead (USA)
Jeremy Powers (USA)
Kiel Reinjen (USA)
Nick Reistad (USA)
Matty Rice (AUS)
Will Routley (CAN)
Bernard Van Ulden (USA)

Kelly Benefit Strategies
(D.S. Jonas Carney)

Ryan Anderson (CAN)
Andrew Bajadali (USA)
Zach Bell (CAN)
Dan Bowman (USA)
Alex Candelario (USA)
Jacob Erker (CAN)
Cheyne Hoag (USA)
Jacob Keough (USA)
Shane Kline (USA)
Reid Mumford (USA)
Clay Murfet (AUS)
Neil Shirley (USA)
Jonathan Sundt (USA)
David Veillux (CAN)
Scott Zwizanski (USA)

Kenda Pro Cycling p/by Spinergy
(D.S. Chad Thompson)

Chad Burdzilauskas (USA)
Jamie Gandara (USA)
Remi McManus (USA)
Jonathan Parrish (USA)
Ben Renkema (USA)
Jacob Rytlewski (USA)
Tyler Stanfield (USA)
Tim Swain (USA)
Bennet Van Der Genugten (USA)
Scottie Weiss (USA)
Matt Winstead (USA)

Land Rover/ORBEA - Benefitting the Lance Armstrong Foundation
(D.S. David Godfrey)

Josh Bartlett (USA)
Jim Cumat (USA)
Evan Elken (USA)
Logan Hunn (NZL)
Mike Northey (NZL)
Bobbie Sweeting (USA)
Ryan Taylor (CAN)
Dean Tracy (USA)
Aaron Tuckerman (NZL)
Roman Van Uden (NZL)

Ouch presented by Maxxis
(D.S. Mike Tamayo)

Jonathan Chodroff (USA)
Cameron Evans (CAN)
Tim Johnson (USA)
Roman Kilun (USA)
Floyd Landis (USA)
Bobby Lea (USA)
Karl Menzies (USA)
John Murphy (USA)
Andrew Pinfold (CAN)
Rory Sutherland (AUS)
Bradley White (USA)

Team Mountain Khakis
(D.S. Jason Snow)
Andy Baker (USA)
Erik Barlevav (USA)
Spencer Beamer (USA)
David Guttenplan (USA)
Johnny Hamblen (USA)
Mark Heckman (USA)
William Hoffarth (USA)
Isaac Howe (USA)
Logan Loader (USA)
Toby Marzot (USA)
Adam Myerson (USA)
Daniel Ramsey (USA)
Jackie Simes (USA)
Thomas Soladay (USA)
Michael Stoop (USA)

Rock Racing
(D.S. Rudy Pevenage)

Alex Boyd (USA)
Baden Cooke (AUS)
Freddy Cruz (USA)
Ivan Dominguez (CUB)
Jose Enrique Gutierrez (ESP)
Tyler Hamilton (USA)
Sergio Hernandez (USA)
Sterling Magnell (USA)
Francisco Mancebo (ESP)
Victor Hugo Pena (COL)
Nicholas Sanderson (AUS)
Oscar Sevilla (ESP)
David Tanner (AUS)
David Vitoria (SUI)
William Walker (AUS)
Justin Williams (USA)

Team Type 1
(D.S. Ed Beamon)
Moises Aldape (MEX)
Jesse Anthony (USA)
Fabio Calabria (AUS)
Joe Eldridge (USA)
Ricardo Escuela (ARG)
Ken Hanson (USA)
Daniel Holt (USA)
Aldo Ino Ilesic (SLO)
Chris Jones (USA)
Valeriy Kobzarenko (UKR)
Darren Lill (RSA)
Ian MacGregor (USA)
Shawn Milne (USA)
Phil Southerland (USA)
Willem Van Den Eynde (BEL)
Matt Wilson (AUS)

Trek LIVESTRONG U23 Team
(D.S. Axel Merckx)

Ryan Baumann (USA)
Sam Bewley (USA)
Benjamin Bradshaw (USA)
Cody Campbell (CAN)
Guy East (USA)
Ben King (USA)
Ryohei Komori (JPN)
Taylor Kuphaldt (USA)
Taylor Phinney (USA)
Bjorn Selander (USA)
Jesse Sargent (NZL)

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