The retired American road racer will compete in his first ever mountain bike race this weekend, the Leadville Trail 100
Steve Johnson says conversations with Dave Zabriskie about doping at the U.S. Postal team never occurred
Summer of 2006: Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, Allen Lim, and Frankie Andreu each struggled in their own way with the truth about doping
Cycling need not perish from a thousand self-inflicted cuts. A truth commission could nurse our wounded sport back to health
A generational change coupled with four major teams folding triggers an exodus from the peloton, big names and small, willing and unwilling
The Garmin-Sharp rider stepped off the bike somewhere on the Il Lombardia course and slipped quietly into retirement
Fourth-year pro hopes to earn a spot on the Giro d'Italia roster to help teammate Ryder Hesjedal defend his title
The Catalan tour is over home roads of sorts for the three, who have their European base in Girona
Six-month bans for Garmin riders and Leipheimer expired on Friday
Jonathan Vaughters says that although cycling is cleaner than in past years, an independent body needs to help the sport learn from its past
Lance Armstrong's doping ring tipped the field so the Texan stood on top of a chess game of 'information, connections and money'
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has laid its overwhelming cards on the table in the Armstrong case. What does it mean for those involved?
Danielson, Vande Velde and Zabriskie address USADA case
U.S. officials have not received notification from USADA regarding suspensions for Danielson, Leipheimer, Vande Velde or Zabriskie
The Slipstream chief said the UCI had the chance to interview Christian Vande Velde, Dave Zabriskie and Tom Danielson years ago
Garmin boss says Vande Velde, Zabriskie and Danielson doped before joining Garmin
David Zabriskie is the man of the race thus far and his Garmin-Sharp squad isn’t afraid to say it
Tour brass, UCI haven't acted on new Armstrong report and plan to leave the four Americans named as Armstrong witnesses in the Tour
Independence Day isn't a holiday for Chris Horner and Dave Zabriskie — they're on the job at the Tour
With a good word from Jens Voigt, Dave Zabriskie tells VeloNews he's starting to think he can climb with the best at Mount Baldy and win the 2012 Amgen Tour of California
Dave Zabriskie enters Saturday's queen stage in California in pole position, but the 15-percent ramps on Mount Baldy will determine who holds yellow on Sunday
The cast of characters vying for the Amgen Tour of California overall changed Thursday, and a new story waits to be written
Tejay van Garderen scores a blow in the GC race, moving to second overall
Italian Andrea Guardini takes stage 2 while Zabriskie holds lead of over one minute in Malaysia tour.
There’s perhaps no better indication of an athlete’s strength and form than time-trial performances. There were three major TTs this past weekend, and they were all won by riders from teams in the Anglo Empire: Brad Wiggins of Team Sky at Germany’s Tour of Bavaria; David Millar of Garmin-Cervélo at the Giro d’Italia; and Dave Zabriskie, also of Garmin, at the U.S. national TT championship.
Dave Zabriskie (Garmin-Cervélo) won the individual time trial on Saturday at the USA Cycling pro road championships in Greenville, South Carolina.
Dave Zabriskie (Garmin-Cervélo) won stage 6 of the Amgen Tour of California. Levi Leipheimer (Radioshack) and Tejay Van Garderen (HTC-Highroad) rounded out the podium, with Chris Horner putting in a fast enough time to hold onto the race lead.
It's just DZ being ... well, DZ.
The Garmins' two-up time trial in stage 14 was a tuneup for Vuelta ITT, worlds.
Tyler Farrar is the likely leader of the nine-man U.S. men team for the world's road race. A cast of young riders, and perhaps Christian Vande Velde, will provide support.
Garmin-Transitions riders used a special skin suit in the time trial Saturday that appeared to re-shape the riders' profiles.
The Garmin-Transistions rider says his left knee started acting up in stage 2 and has gradually been getting worse.
On the Fourth, four of the eight Americans were involved in crashes. Leipheimer gets good news from an X-ray.
Prologue time differences may be small, but they are a good indicator of overall success at the Tour..
The UCI has asked national federations to investigate charges against cyclists and team management who Floyd Landis has named in accusatory emails sent to officials last week.
Peter Sagan (Liquigas-Doimo) won stage 5 of the 2010 Amgen Tour of California in a spectacular sprint among the GC hopefuls
Dave Zabriskie (Garmin-Transitions) scored a dramatic stage win ahead of Levi Leipheimer and Mick Rogers on Tuesday's stage 3 of the Amgen Tour of California, the 113.3-mile leg from San Francisco to Santa Cruz.
Flanked by compatriots Lance Armstrong and Dave Zabriskie, RadioShack’s three-time Amgen Tour of California champion Levi Leipheimer sat front and center at a pre-race press conference Friday afternoon in Sacramento, stating that he was prepared to defend his title against a world-class field competing in America’s biggest race.
Officials have adjusted results for the SRAM Tour of the Gila to restore Dave Zabriskie to the final overall podium, bumping Phil Zajicek back down to fourth, race director Jack Brennan told VeloNews on Tuesday.