A rescheduling to Sunday, a longer distance and a homage to World War I have helped elevate the status of Gent-Wevelgem on the international calendar.
After retiring from cycling, America's top sprinter plans to work as a firefighter or EMT and promises he'll never ride in the rain again.
VeloNews chatted to a few top pros during team presentations to get their take on what we can expect in the 'Hell of the North' on Sunday. VeloNews chatted to a few top pros during team presentations to get their take on what we can expect in the 'Hell of the North' on Sunday.
American Tyler Farrar re-ups with the South African-registered team for two more years and will continue in his role as road captain.
The American says Cavendish, who has won 26 Tour de France stages over his career, still has that top-end sprint speed.
In this week's Americans Abroad, we discuss Tejay van Garderen's time trial victory at the Ruta del Sol, his first win of the season.
American Tyler Farrar admits his best days as a pure sprinter are behind him, and he's eager to work for Cavendish in the sprints.
The elite men’s road race will be a wide-open affair; with three short, steep climbs in the closing 5km and a chance of showers, almost anything can happen
Wearing a different kit, American Tyler Farrar is back at the Tour de France and looking for stage wins with his MTN teammates
With many young American pros still finding their places in the WorldTour, only three U.S. riders will start the Tour de France
The veteran sprinter is included on MTN-Qhubeka's nine-man squad that will line up July 4
The Critérium du Dauphiné kicks off Sunday in Ugina, France, with several challenging ascents along the eight-day route
The South African-registered team will be the first squad from the African continent to race the Tour
Sagan surprises everyone by staying close to the climbers on Mt. Baldy and then delivering the GC win on the final stage
Hot off his Flanders victory, the Katusha rider is the top favorite for Wednesday's Scheldeprijs that starts without Kittel or Cavendish
Without perennial favorites Boonen and Cancellara, a new generation of riders is elbowing its way to the top of the Flanders heap
Blizzard conditions plagued the end of Sunday's Tirreno-Adriatico fifth stage
MTN-Qhubeka’s Tyler Farrar is looking for one thing in particular this season: a classics victory. His chase starts Saturday
The Belgian tops Dan Martin by just three seconds in the overall standings
Tyler Farrar wins his first race of the season as Philippe Gilbert defends his overall lead, with a hilly finish awaiting him on Monday
Tyler Farrar will focus on the spring classics and develop into a lead-out man, without entirely forgetting sprinting, in his two-year deal with MTN-Qhubeka
The team lost its leader, Martin, in the team time trial and must now regroup around sprinter Farrar and 2012 Giro champ Hesjedal
Marcel Kittel leads the field of sprinters at the Giro, which kicks off May 9. Will he rule the mass gallops on the Italian roads?
Three-time winner Mark Cavendish will not race because of an illness
Several riders go down hard in E3 Harelbeke and Gent-Wevelgem
Garmin-Sharp sprinter Tyler Farrar is quietly optimistic for Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem after a pair of top-10s in the opening Belgian classics
There were few official protests but many complaints about how the home teams behaved when the WorldTour came to visit
The Garmin-Sharp rider is at the Tour de San Luis to start his 2014 campaign
Several young riders make up the squad's lineup for the upcoming season
A generational change coupled with four major teams folding triggers an exodus from the peloton, big names and small, willing and unwilling
The American sprinter hadn't won in Europe since stage 3 of the 2011 Tour de France
The Spanish grand tour has become unfriendly to sprinters because of the challenging profile
The 41-year-old is facing hurdles because of his age and high asking price
The Garmin rider was slated to ride for Daniel Martin before the team's GC captain crashed out of the race in stage 7
The Garmin sprinter comes up short again in stage 12, then vents frustration with the course afterward
The American sprinter has not won a race in Europe since triumphing in a stage at the 2011 Tour de France
The Garmin-Sharp sprinter says he's climbing well and hopes for the best at nationals in Tennessee
American sprinter has returned to focusing completely on the sprints and hopes to return to the speed of his most productive years
Tyler Farrar becomes U.S. team's second stage winner in a day, blazing past Ken Hanson in Santa Barbara
Bissell rider talks about racing in the California heat and bumping handlebars with Tyler Farrar
The Garmin-Sharp sprinter feels he's spread himself too thin in recent years and wants to get back up to speed
The 2013 classics campaign has not been fruitful for the U.S.-based squad
It was Valverde's second win of the season, following a victory February 5 in the Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana
Tyler Farrar is going back to basics for 2013, focusing on sprints instead of classics, and wants to read about positive cycling stories
The Trofeo Palma ends with a bunch sprint after a break is reeled in short of the line
A new crop of young Americans are motivated to contend for world championship glory and made big strides in Limburg
American suffers head injury, under evaluation by team medical staff
Garmin adds another prize to its palmares in stage 5
Tyler Farrar speaks of redemption and relief after a convincing win at the first stage of the 2012 USA Pro Challenge
The smile across Tyler Farrar’s face could be spotted from 400 meters away
The Garmin-Sharp sprinter easily outpaces the field for the win and the first leader's jersey
In this excerpt from the March 2012 issue of Velo, we detail the London Olympics, with a focus on the home country favorites
With Farrar's odds against Cavendish, the five American men will likely ride for a small group finish in Saturday's Olympic road race
Farrar fights through tough first week with an eye toward the London Games