The American shattered his kneecap, broke his leg, and suffered other injuries in a 2015 crash at the Tour of the Basque Country.
American climber Pete Stetina extends his contract with Trek – Segafredo for two more years, looking to be fully recovered from traumatic
Pete Stetina crashed in the 2015 Tour of the Basque Country, breaking multiple bones in his leg and ribs. a little over a year later, he's
VeloNews catches up with four Americans on the Tour's rest day in Andorra.
Peter Stetina wonders about what could have been on the slopes of Gibraltar but grateful to be back racing after traumatic 2015 injury.
Peter Stetina crashed heavily last year, breaking his leg and destroying his knee, but he's back to WorldTour racing at Tour Down Under.
Trek-Segafredo's three new North American additions will debut in 2016 at the Santos Tour Down Under.
Three new North Americans bolster Trek Factory Racing, which has a renewed focus on stage racing and a slightly smaller squad.
After a fast recovery from injury, Peter Stetina leaves BMC Racing after two years to join another American outfit, Trek Factory Racing.
BMC teammates Taylor Phinney and Peter Stetina both took to Twitter to announce their returns to racing at the Tour of Utah