On March, 2006, USA Biking declared the staff that’ll symbolize America in the 2006 Union Cycliste Internationale Track Cycling Earth Championships. That occasion will undoubtedly be used from May 13 through April 16 and will soon be managed in Bordeaux, France.

The group is going to be featured in 14 start jobs for the 2006 Earth Championships, that has been established by performances from the 2005-2006 time World Glass events. This year’s team people were picked, however, from the final USA Biking track skill made up of cyclists who qualified at the 2005 Elite Track National Championships, reached a time common at Los Angeles qualifying functions and/or by a collection of the coaches.

The 2006 United Claims group functions, among others, five customers from the 2005 USA News World Championship team, a UCI World Glass rankings runner-up and the Container National time test champion.

Three time gold medal success Debbie Claw can engage in this year’s group after having a brief break last season. Becky Quinn, who has won two gold medals in World Cup competition, is likewise a member of the 2006 U.S. group and has shown solid shows through the entire year. Jennie Reed, who is a the main Women’s Dash section, has also been given two gold medals and will undoubtedly be an complicated area of the seasoned opponents in this year’s World Championships.

The men’s department can feature nine cyclists that will be creating their debut at the Track Cycling Earth Championships. These men, however, are no visitors to cycling with bronze medalist Jordan Blatchford and Brad Huff, who was simply recently respected since the Visit de Normandie period winner.

The 2006 United Claims Track Biking World Championship staff includes a Men’s Dash department, that will feature Stephen Alfred, Mary Barczewski, Jordan Blatchford, Giddeon Massie and Chrisitna Stahl. The Men’s Energy team may feature Michael Friedman, Bobby Lea, Brad Huff, Chad Hartley, Danny Site, Jordan Creed and Taylor Tolleson. The women’s section can feature the Women’s Race, that’ll contain Jennie Reed. The Women’s Stamina staff will soon be composed of Sarah Hammer, Becky Quinn and Kristin Armstrong.