Two Ironman pros weigh in on Andrew Talansky's transition to Ironman triathlon.
Andrew Talansky is retiring. We talk more about Cannondale-Drapac's tenuous situation, and argue about the Vuelta.
Andrew Talansky, one of the most successful American GC riders over the past five years, announces his retirement from pro cycling.
WorldTour pros Kiel Reijnen, Brent Bookwalter, and Andrew Talansky look back on their days as collegiate cyclists.
Cannondale-Drapac's team features GC dark horse Andrew Talansky as well as Taylor Phinney making his Tour de France debut.
Thursday's route to the top of the finishing climb will prove decisive in the GC standings, but it won't decide the race's outcome.
Will Armstrong's trial bring skeletons out of the closet? Should pros ride discs? Plus, we talk about the kinder, gentler Andrew Talansky.
Andrew Talansky breaks thumb on Christmas eve, but to him, it's a minor setback in plans to target Tour of Calfornia and Tour de France.
Sammy Sanchez crashed hard during the stage 19 time trial, while Andrew Talansky jumped into 5th place overall.
On one hand, Andrew Talansky steadily rides himself into striking distance of the Vuelta top-five. On the other, Tejay van Garderen abandons the race.