Devo Wrap: Team Pursuit Camp culminates in exhibition vs. Canada

The riders ready to practice the team pursuit. (Photo by Benjamin Sharp)
The riders ready to practice the team pursuit. (Photo by Benjamin Sharp)

Riders of varying skill levels are participating in a team pursuit training camp at the Home Depot Center Velodrome in Carson, Calif., to prepare for the second UCI Track World Cup in Cali, Colombia from Dec. 1-3. The camp began on Sunday, Nov. 13 and will continue until Friday, Nov. 25.

On Nov. 22, there will be a USA vs. Canada exhibition at the Home Depot Center Velodrome at 7 p.m. The riders will compete in the men's team sprint, women's sprint, men's keirin, points race and Madison. The competition is free and open to the public and is estimated to last approximately two hours.

For more information, please visit the Home Depot Center Velodrome web site.

The following riders are involved in the camp:

Women
Dotsie Bausch (Irvine, Calif./OUCH Pro Cycling)
Cari Higgins (Boulder, Colo./Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY 12)
Jennie Reed (Seattle, Wash./OUCH Pro Cycling)
Lauren Tamayo (Asheville, N.C./Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY 12)

Men
Collin Berry (Huntington Beach, Calif./NOW-MS Society)
Gregory Daniel (Englewood, Colo./Chipotle Junior Development)
Kit Karzen (Beverly Hills, CA/ VRC/NOW-MS Society)
Mathew Lipscomb (Decatur, Ga./Hincapie Development Team)
Paul Lynch (Colchester, Conn./Hot Tubes Development Cycling)
Ian Moir (Long Beach, Calif./Yahoo Cycling Team)
Zack Noonan (Kutztown, Pa./FCS-Metro Volkswagen)
Tyler Williams (Shafter, Calif./All Sport-Team Swift)

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