Holowesko-Citadel Cycling Team Storms Tour of Utah Bike Race

August 04, 2017

bike rider group race win finish line

The Felt-powered Holowesko-Citadel pro cycling team has taken the 2017 Tour of Utah by storm, winning two of out four stages thus far. On Stage 1, Ty Magner took an emphatic sprint victory and captured the overall leader’s jersey. On Stage 4, Magner’s Holowesko teammate John Murphy took one of the biggest wins of his career with a dominant sprint aboard his Felt AR race bike. Their teammates and GC contenders, Robin Carpenter and TJ Eisenhart, are sitting in the top ten placing overall, each with an eye on a momentous performance throughout the event.

bike racer finish line sprint

pro bike racer victory podium

pro bicycle racer victory win finish line sprint




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