Logan Owen

USA haven't had a proper puncheur since I started to watch cycling. Will be interesting to see if Owen can become one, although he sees himself more as a rouleur.

I guess Owen is on his way to WT for 2017. Those American guys seem to be wanted by many of the teams. And he already has a stage win of Tour of Utah in his palmares, so it proves his LBL u-23 was no fluke.
 
Anderis said:
USA haven't had a proper puncheur since I started to watch cycling. Will be interesting to see if Owen can become one, although he sees himself more as a rouleur.

I guess Owen is on his way to WT for 2017. Those American guys seem to be wanted by many of the teams. And he already has a stage win of Tour of Utah in his palmares, so it proves his LBL u-23 was no fluke.
i wonder. He's a 10x U.S. champ in CX and I don't see him giving that up just yet. Would a WT team allow him to do a full cross season?
 
Jun 10, 2013
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Giant could. Not that he needs to be allowed a full cross season to go and rock the nationals, mind.
 
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Bushman said:
Thought he was mostly a sprinter who could go well uphill also.

Is there more to his talent than that?
I'm assuming that you meant to put :rolleyes: in there since a CX stud who can sprint, roll, and climb sounds pretty versatile...a little like a guy who is sporting a rainbow kit this year! :D
 
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Great to see James Shaw performing well too after showing his talent as a junior. 5th place in L-B-L in his second year as U23, not bad at all.
 

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