Written by Monte Hamilton   
Wednesday, 30 May 2007
Mt. Hood Classic ? Stage 2  May 30, 2007

Toyota-United initiated several attacks late in Wednesday's 110-mile (180 km) stage after a three-man breakaway was reeled caught 15 miles from the finish. But the chasing efforts of the Health Net presented by Maxxis squad brought everything back together with fewer than 10 miles remaining. Bobby Lea led out the sprint for Chris Baldwin, who finished fourth on the day. All six Toyota-United riders made the decisive group of 54 that finished in the same time as the stage winner, Ben Jacques-Maynes (Priority Health Cycling Team presented by Bissell).

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Ben Jacques-Maynes (Priority Health Cycling Team presented by Bissell) takes the win while Toyota-United's Chris Baldwin (third from right) finishes fourth.    Toyota-United's Justin England initiated a breakaway late in the stage but the move didn't stick.
Photos ŠTed Turner
Photos ŠKurt Jambretz 

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Written by Monte Hamilton   
Tuesday, 29 May 2007
Mt. Hood Classic ? Stage 1  May 29, 2007

Toyota-United Pro Cycling Team?s Chris Baldwin finished 23 seconds behind the winning time in the Panorama Point Prologue time trial Tuesday at the Mt. Hood Cycling Classic. Devon Vigus (California Giant/Specialized) won the opening stage of the six-day race by 12 seconds over defending champion, Nathan O?Neill (Health Net presented by Maxxis). All six Toyota-United racers finished in the top 35.

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Toyota-United?s Justin England, who finished fourth overall at Mt. Hood in 2005, was 15th in Tuesday?s prologue.  Heath Blackgrove is starting only his second stage race since coming back from an injury suffered in the Amgen Tour of California in February. 
Photos ŠKurt Jambretz
Photos ŠKurt Jambretz

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