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Brent Bookwalter to retire at the end of 2021

Brent Bookwalter (Team BikeExchange) will race for a 10th and final time at USA Cycling Pro Road Championships this week and will retire from the sport at the end of the 2021 season. A 16-year veteran of the pro peloton, 14 years on two WorldTour teams, Bookwalter has raced in...
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‘They’re not intimidated, they’re like seasoned professionals straight away’: Enthusiasm of young American riders ‘inspiring’, says Brent Bookwalter

The men’s peloton has more promising Americans than any time in the past decade, one of the country’s longest-serving current riders has said. Brent Bookwalter has been a pro since 2005 and the BikeExchange rider has been one of the few constants as US cycling peaked in his first season before nose-diving into disgrace in 2011 when Lance Armstrong admitted to doping throughout his seven Tour de France titles.
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Brent Bookwalter: The five races that changed my career

American Brent Bookwalter is embarking on his 14th year as a professional cyclist in 2021, racing his third year at Team BikeExchange after an 11-year stint with BMC Racing. The 36-year-old, who announced himself with a second-place finish at the opening time trial of the 2010 Giro d'Italia, has 11 Grand Tour participations to his name and three race wins on his palmarès.
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