Andy Hood reports on Alberto Contador's 2012 Vuelta a España triumph, a race featuring then-emerging talents Chris Froome and Andrew Talansky.
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.
Andrew Talansky has crept up to 11th overall after stage 11, saying that the final week of the race should suit his strengths.
The Vuelta is the Cannondale – Drapac captain's only grand tour of the 2016 season, and he's going all in.
American Andrew Talansky has been on a two-year form-finding mission, and hopes it pays off at the upcoming Vuelta a España.
Just a few more days until Tour de France kicks off, and we have a breakdown of the contenders on this week's VeloNews Show.
Cannondale rider Andrew Talansky will skip the Tour de France, citing a bad Spring that saw him battle illness and personal issues.
It's another episode of the VeloNews Show! This week we analyze Tejay and Talansky's Tour de Suisse efforts, and check out Peter Sagan's new American muscle.
Van Garderen, Talansky, Valverde, Contador, and Nibali are all queuing up to race Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico.
Andrew Talansky says he's taking a new, analytical approach to training to put the disappointments of 2015 behind him.
The Cannondale boss tells VeloNews Pierre Rolland has already made some "big improvements" in his aerodynamics.
The American from Team Cannondale-Garmin will ride two mostly identical Cannondale SuperSix Evo bikes with different gearing
Cannondale-Garmin says it will fight on for Talansky and Martin's GC placings, but Hesjedal is looking for redemption with a stage win.
The Tour de France enters the mountains this week, so Andrew Hood breaks down the race favorites before the road turns upward
Cannondale-Garmin is now missing a crucial rider for Sunday's team time trial
Tour de France stage 5 was a nervous affair that saw Cannondale-Garmin suffer crashes, but BMC Racing rode strong to protect van Garderen.
Andrew Talansky has a Cannondale Synapse for the Tour's cobble-strewn fourth stage
The American crashed on the pave during stage 5 in 2014 and eventually abandoned the race; he's confident ahead of the 2015 cobble stage
Two of the five-star Tour favorites lose ground — Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana — as echelons form against the howling North Sea wind
The U.S. national TT champion represents America on Independence day for the Tour de France's opening stage in Utrecht, Netherlands
Part one of a wide-ranging, exclusive interview with Cannondale-Garmin team founder Vaughters ahead of the Tour de France
A roundup of some of the top stories in the days before the start of the 2015 Tour de France
With many young American pros still finding their places in the WorldTour, only three U.S. riders will start the Tour de France
The U.S.-registered squad is taking three quality GC men to the roads of France
The "Fab Four" could have plenty of company as they contend for the yellow jersey in France next month, writes Andrew Hood
The Critérium du Dauphiné kicks off Sunday in Ugina, France, with several challenging ascents along the eight-day route
The 30-year-old wins his second U.S. road championship, finishing in solo fashion ahead of a pair of chasers
Andrew Talansky says it will be an honor to wear the U.S. champion's colors at the start of the Tour de France
26-year-old Andrew Talansky earned himself a year in the American TT champion's jersey, while his teammate Ben King took runner-up honors
Nothing to sneeze at: Allergies and a respiratory bug blow Andrew Talansky out of the Amgen Tour on day one
The likes of Cavendish and Sagan should light up the bunch kicks, but there is no clear GC favorite heading into the 2015 Tour of California
The Paris-Nice route this year will offer something for everyone in the peloton
Andrew Talanksy begins his 2015 season at Paris-Nice with one objective in mind — success at the Tour de France
Slipstream Sports enters a new era as Cannondale-Garmin and officially launches the team in a flashy presentation in New York City
Five Italians from the Italian-based team will jump over to the new squad that combines Garmin-Sharp and Cannondale
Bookwalter, van Garderen, Howes, Reijnen, Marcotte, and Talansky will represent the U.S. in Ponferrada at world championships
Marquee names are battling in the opening stages of the Vuelta a España, delivering on the promise of the season's most exciting grand tour
Talansky returns to competition Saturday with realistic expectations in his first race back since his bitter exit from the Tour
Six U.S. riders and two Canadians head a solid North American contingent for the season's final grand tour, the Vuelta a España
Four aero bikes tested, eight power meters reviewed, and a host of the best brains in cycling picked for the first-ever Science Issue
Vincenzo Nibali’s Tour victory comes at the end of three weeks of chaos that left only the strong standing
A day after battling through the pain of several crashes to make the time cut, the American decides to pull the plug
Andrew Talansky barely made time cut on stage 11, but he fought through the pain, and now Garmin looks to a new Tour strategy
Talansky's had some rough luck, but says he's relatively unscathed and eager to battle with the best as the Tour rolls skyward
Alberto Contador and his Tinkoff-Saxo bank attacked to reshuffle the GC deck in the first of three hard days across the soggy Vosges
Talansky tangled with Simon Gerrans at the finish of stage 7. Who's to blame remains up for debate
Stage 7 a difficult day for American GC contenders, as both van Garderen, Talansky down in separate crashes inside the final 20km
Young Americans keep GC hopes alive after surviving a brutal day of racing across the cobblestones of northern France and Belgium
American Andrew Talansky's chance meeting with Jonathan Vaughters set him on his way to leading Garmin's Tour team