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VeloNews catches up with four Americans on the Tour's rest day in Andorra.
Alex Howes is hunting for Tour stage wins atop a Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod, and even the bottles are argyle
Americans have a noticeable presence in the Ardennes, with Howes, Warbasse, and Reijnen riding into Amstel and Flèche breaks.
American Alex Howes is riding on good form after a day in the breakaway at Amstel Gold Race, his favorite Ardennes classic.
Americans were on the attack throughout as the world came to Richmond
The Cannondale-Garmin team has a rough Vuelta — crashes, illness — but its young riders soldier on and leave Spain with experience,
Despite a crash and illness, American Alex Howes is confident that the Vuelta will set him up well for a run at Richmond worlds.
The Tour has plenty of big name firepower, but there are several riders not at the French grand tour