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by Mark Zalewski
May 27, 2016
In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Another Giro stage win for Etixx as Trentin snatches victory from Moser in Pinerolo; Theuns takes home win in Belgium Tour; Two years later, Taylor Phinney returns to US national TT championships a race favorite — and a changed man; Women’s US National Road Championships; Men’s US National Road Championships; Canyon Bicycles officially announces US expansion; Questionable past of Bahrain prince looking to fund WorldTour team; Riis wants to return to cycling ‘the right way’; Rally Cycling signs Sepp Kuss; Fabio Taborre given four-year ban for doping; US Olympic team training with smart glasses; An Post Rás stage 5 highlights; Incycle Leadout at the Giro
21-year-old American Sepp Kuss has signed on with Rally Cycling, coming from the development Gateway Harley Davidson/Trek U25 team. He was a 3-time collegiate national champion before turning his focus to the road full time this year.
Sepp Kuss (Gateway Harley Davidson – Trek) edges out an elite group of climbers to win on top of the legendary Oak Glen summit.
Kuss recently won a stage of the Redlands Bicycle Classic and placed in the top 15 overall the the Tour of the Gila. His first race with the team will be the US championship road race this weekend.
“I’m really excited to join Rally Cycling. It is one of the longest running and most successful teams in North America,” said Kuss.
“Its success is a testament to the strength of the riders on the team and the dedication and professionalism of the staff and organization. It’s an honor to be part of such a renowned team.”
“We are excited to bring Sepp Kuss into our program, said performance manager Jonas Carney. “He’s a very talented young climber with a bright future in the sport. As a Durango native and a resident of Boulder, we have many mutual friends and he has been well prepared for the professional ranks by the great development program within the Gateway Harley Davidson program.”