Australia's Richie Porte won his first Tour Down Under Sunday.
Australian Richie Porte (BMC Racing) claims his third straight Willunga Hill stage win and all but clinches his first TDU victory.
Miles Scotson upsets stellar field, including two-time champion Simon Gerrans (Orica-Scott), to win Australian national road race crown.
The 13-year veteran is ready to use his experience to help Richie Porte take on the Sky train in this summer's Tour de France.
The Swiss squad has riders of all nationalities, including top American Tejay van Garderen and Tasmanian Richie Porte.
The Belgian is currently nursing a broken ankle, an injury one team insider said "looks worse than it is."
Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer will be BMC's "Official Timekeeper" starting in 2017, with logos prominently placed on team kit and vehicles
BMC Racing delivers Rohan Dennis back into the overall lead at Eneco Tour with winning performance in Sittard team time trial.
BMC Racing builds its Vuelta team around Samuel Sanchez and Tejay van Garderen but leaves Taylor Phinney home, despite expectations that
BMC Racing is rumored to be seeking a new title sponsor. Team officials deny that the team is at risk of folding and say that BMC wants to