Redlands Bicycle Classic

Redlands Bicycle Classic
Race details
RegionCalifornia, U.S. (North America)
TypeStage race
First edition1985 (1985)
Editions36 (as of 2022)
First winner Thurlow Rogers (USA)
Most wins Chris Horner (USA) (4 wins)
Most recent Tyler Stites (USA)

The Redlands Bicycle Classic is a cycling stage race located in Redlands, California, United States that has been held since 1985. It consists of three road races, an individual time trial and a criterium. It is a 5-day/5-stage race that covers approximately 350 miles. The annual event is sponsored by the city of Redlands. Men and women compete in separate categories and the field is limited to 200 entrants.

2014 is the first year that Redlands has hosted a 5th stage (and 5th day) of competition with a new circuit race added to the start of the classic stage race.[1]

Men's winners

Year Country Rider Team
1985  United States Thurlow Rogers
1986  United States Davis Phinney 7-Eleven
1987  Norway Dag Otto Lauritzen 7-Eleven
1988  United States Alexi Grewal Crest
1989  United States Scott Moninger Crest
1990  Russia Dimitri Zhdanov Russian National
1991  United States Randy Whicker Trek-Cytomax
1992  United States Scott Fortner Saturn
1993  Great Britain Malcolm Elliott Chevrolet/LA Sheriff
1994  Great Britain Malcolm Elliott Chevrolet/LA Sheriff
1995  United States Scott Moninger Chevrolet/LA Sheriff
1996  Poland Tomasz Brozyna US Postal Service
1997  Poland Dariusz Baranowski US Postal Service
1998  United States Jonathan Vaughters US Postal Service
1999  United States Christian Vande Velde US Postal Service
2000  United States Chris Horner Mercury
2001  United States Trent Klasna Saturn
2002  United States Chris Horner Prime Alliance
2003  United States Chris Horner Saturn
2004  United States Chris Horner Webcor Builders
2005  United States Chris Wherry Health Net
2006  Australia Nathan O'Neill Health Net
2007  United States Andrew Bajadali Jelly Belly
2008  Colombia Santiago Botero Rock Racing
2009  United States Jeff Louder BMC
2010  Australia Benjamin Day (cyclist) Fly V Australia
2011  Spain Francisco Mancebo
2012  United States Phillip Gaimon Kenda–5-hour Energy
2013  Spain Francisco Mancebo Kenda–5-hour Energy
2014  United States Joey Rosskopf Hincapie Sportswear Development Team
2015  United States Phil Gaimon Optum p/b Kelly Benefits Strategies
2016  Canada Matteo Dal-Cin Silber Pro Cycling Team
2017  United States Taylor Eisenhart Holowesko-Citadel p/b Arapahoe
2018  United States Thomas Revard Hagens Berman Axeon
2019  United States Cory Lockwood Semper Porro
2020 - 2021 No race due to COVID-19 pandemic
2022  United States Tyler Stites Project Echelon Racing

Women's winners

Year Country Rider Team
1993  United States Linda Brenneman Team Kahlua
1994  United States Jeanne Golay Saturn
1995  United States Linda Brenneman Cycle Veloce
1996  United States Alison Dunlap Van Wood
1997  New Zealand Susy Pryde Saeco–Timex
1998  United States Mari Holden United States (national team)
1999  Canada Lyne Bessette Saturn
2000  United States Alison Dunlap Team GT
2001  Canada Geneviève Jeanson Rona
2002  Germany Judith Arndt Saturn
2003  Canada Geneviève Jeanson Team Rona
2004  Canada Lyne Bessette Quark
2005  United States Christine Thorburn Webcor Builders
2006  United States Amber Neben SC Velo
2007  United States Amber Neben Stahl/SC Velo
2008  Canada Alex Wrubleski Webcor Builders
2009  Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg Team Columbia–High Road Women
2010  Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg Team HTC–Columbia Women
2011  United States Amber Neben HTC–Highroad Women
2012  United States Megan Guarnier Team TIBCO–To The Top
2013  United States Alison Powers NOW and Novartis for MS
2014  United States Tayler Wiles Specialized–lululemon
2015  United States Mara Abbott L.A. Sweat
2016  United States Kristin Armstrong TWENTY16–Ridebiker
2017  United States Ruth Winder UnitedHealthcare
2018  United States Katie Hall UnitedHealthcare
2019  United States Amber Neben Trek Red Truck
No race due to the COVID-19 pandemic in California
2022  United States Heidi Franz InstaFund Racing


  1. ^ "Home - Redlands Bicycle Classic - Redlands, CA". Retrieved 21 February 2018.

External links

  • Official website
  • Results and Articles
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