Trek – Segafredo pro Kiel Reijnen takes his 62-year-old father and cousin on a 200-mile ride from Seattle to Portland, Oregon.
Neal Karlinsky gets a chance to ride with one of the few Americans in the WorldTour. Kiel Reijnen shows him around Bainbridge Island.
Reijnen loves the grassroots feel of U.S. nationals, but it comes with its own set of logistical challenges, and the racing is never so
Two years after a crash at nationals nearly ended his career, Taylor Phinney will compete for the stars and stripes this weekend.
At Liège-Bastogne-Liège, American Kiel Reijnen faced cold weather, rain, snow, and hail. And then his bike broke. He persevered to finish.
Americans have a noticeable presence in the Ardennes, with Howes, Warbasse, and Reijnen riding into Amstel and Flèche breaks.
Reijnen explains how the load of training and racing begins to take its toll in March, when the first important races come around.
American Kiel Reijnen talks about the adjustments required to live overseas as he heads into his first year with a WorldTour team.
Your body needs to be put into a state of overload to result in fitness gains, but this has to be done strategically and carefully.
Three new North Americans bolster Trek Factory Racing, which has a renewed focus on stage racing and a slightly smaller squad.