Tejay Van Garderen

Van Garderen convinced 2015 Tour de France podium is achievable: “On any given day I can beat the top guys”

For many, last year’s Tour will always have an element of What If? about it. Defending champion Chris Froome and another former winner, Alberto Contador, both crashed out of the race; in addition to that, Nairo Quintana didn’t take part at all, aiming instead for a Giro d’Italia/Vuelta a España double programme. In their absence, […]


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Anti-Doping Denmark report finds Riis encouraged or tolerated doping, but Dane escapes punishment; Kittel inching back into form prior to Giant-Alpecin’s Tour roster announcement; Injury woes rule Schleck out of Tour de France, Trek Factory Racing announces squad; Van Garderen’s backup named for Tour de France, Dennis […]


Van Garderen into yellow: “I think everyone wants to strut their stuff before July”

Twice fifth in the Tour de France, Tejay van Garderen leaped into the yellow jersey of its big preparation race, the Critérium du Dauphiné, on Thursday and said that his performance gave him a significant morale boost. “I think everyone kind of wants to strut their stuff a little bit before July and I think […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Tejay van Garderen wins Volta a Catalunya queen stage, Bart De Clerq moves into yellow; Mirsamad Poorseyedigolakhour wins the Tour of Taiwan, Tino Thomel wins final stage; Paul van der Ploeg wins Tour de Perth opener; Sergio Henao back in action after injury; Cycling Victoria […]


Van Garderen, Porte and Contador react to top three finishes at Catalunya

Each had hoped to end up top dog at the end of the stage, but only one of them was successful in pulling off the win. Tejay van Garderen played things just right on the climb of La Molina, the final ascent on the queen stage of the Volta a Catalunya, and soloed to victory […]


The Week in Bike #49 – The Doping Episode

It’s not really an entire episode about doping, kind of like how lots of doping stories aren’t really about drugs. But the topic does come up quite a bit. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.


Tour de France winner Nibali, past world champions Costa, Boonen and Cancellara confirmed for Tour of Oman

It remains to be seen if his Astana team will be given a WorldTour licence for 2015 and, with it, invites to the WT events. However Tour de France organiser ASO has confirmed that Vincenzo Nibali will compete in next season’s Tour of Oman, heading there as the headline rider. “The Tour of Oman holds […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Bouhanni wins stage 2 of the Vuelta a Espana, Valverde takes overall lead; Tejay van Garderen seals back-to-back victories at the USA Pro Challenge, Alex Howes wins final stage; Chantal Blaak wins Open de Suede Vargada, adding to TTT victory; Victory for Alexander Kristoff at […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Tejay van Garderen wins stage 3 of the USA Pro Challenge; Cyril Gautier wins stage 2 of the Tour du Limousin; Garmin-Sharp and Cannondale join forces for 2015; Kreuziger suspension upheld – UCI and rider react; Tiernan-Locke explains decision not to appeal suspension, questions if […]


Tour de France climbing speeds analysed: what does it all mean?

The dust has settled, the riders are recovering and the fans are already thinking of next year while also looking forward to a star-studded Vuelta a España. The exploits of the 2014 Tour de France still burn bright in the memory, though, and the analysis continues as to what was on show and how it […]