Travis Samuel of the H&R Block Pro Cycling Team

Adam de Vos wins the KOM award at the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic

Vancouver, BC – The M1 Pro Cycling project congratulates Adam de Vos for winning the KOM competition at the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic.

Adam de Vos continues his stellar results taking the KOM points competition at the prestigious Philadelphia International Cycling Classic.

In front of tens of thousands of spectators in the heart of downtown Philadelphia, the H&R Block Pro Cycling Team lined up for the teams first time racing this historic event. The goal was to get Adam in a position for either a top race placing, or to be in the right position to go after the KOM competition.

With Adam in the early break he was able to attain a total of 50 points over second place Robin Carpenter with the Hincapie Racing Team who scored a respectable 38 points.

Adam de Vos wins the KOM at the Philadelphia Cycling Classic (photo credit: Luca Segato)

Adam de Vos wins the KOM at the Philadelphia Cycling Classic (photo credit: Luca Segato)

“I am really excited to be able to win the KOM competition at the Philly Classic. It’s a race where the KOM is pretty coveted prize so to come away on top is a good feeling. I would like to thank all of the teams marketing partners for getting us to this historic race”, says Adam de Vos.

Adam’s progress this season has been tremendous. “On behalf of the Board of Directors, Advisors and Management Staff I would like to congratulate Adam for taking the KOM competition in one of North America’s most recognized races” says, M1 Pro Cycling, CEO, Mark Ernsting.

Now the team is on it’s way to one of Canada’s iconic stage races, Tour de Beauce. This will be a real test for the team before going to the Canadian Road Championships.

 


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