David Millar says the 'long game' of trying to bring about change for the CPA is only beginning
David Millar says he does not expect to win upcoming election for rider union president
Castelli and now-retired Scottish cyclist David Millar join forces with new clothing line
The UCI says evidence in the CIRC report suggests that it should begin nighttime tests to catch dopers, but pros say this is unreasonable
Cavendish was injured during the first stage of the Tour de France this summer
Garmin-Sharp will go to the 2014 Tour de France with a roster built to help Andrew Talansky battle with the bigs
David Millar plans to savor every moment in his final pro season, including one more ride across the cobblestones in Paris-Roubaix
Several young riders make up the squad's lineup for the upcoming season
In position to land the yellow jersey, American squad enters Tuesday's team time trial in Nice a favorite
Garmin squad lacks an outright leader at the Tour de France, but has several riders who can "create chaos in the race"
Garmin-Sharp rider says he'd glad he decided to return to racing after his six-month, offseason doping suspension
David Millar questions the picture to be painted in what he expects to be a managed interview with Lance Armstrong
The Scot says it's time for the UCI to own up to its responsibility for the Armstrong debacle
Scot roasts the UCI and Hein Verbruggen and says the USADA-Armstrong case could be 'the best thing' for cycling
"It just seems like the other teams are happy not to win as long as we don't win," says world champ Mark Cavendish
With Mark Cavendish and Lizzie Armitstead at the end of its sprint trains, Great Britain team captains will align with rivals to limit attackers
David Millar's road to redemption has been paved with argyle
David Millar said that his stage 12 Tour de France victory will be a wonderful moment to share with his battered Garmin-Sharp team
It was a black Friday indeed for Garmin-Sharp, which saw its entire squad bar one on the deck in a horrific pileup
USADA v. Armstrong questions answered; cycling confronts elephant in the room; RadioShack could miss Tour; HoogerHeide to host ’cross worlds
Jan Ullrich's manager suggests his client may have some revelations following the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision in his case, and David Millar says he has no plans to challenge the British Olympic Association's lifetime Olympics ban for athletes who have tested positive.
Alberto Contador locked up the 2011 Giro d’Italia with a strong third-place ride in the final-stage time trial in Milan, a stage won by Garmin-Cervélo’s David Millar.
ORVIETO, Italy (VN) – Garmin-Cervélo earned a trip to the post-stage podium presentation as the Giro d’Italia’s “super team,” but it was without top sprinter Tyler Farrar and the maglia rosa.
LIVORNO, Italy (VN) – The peloton paid its due respects to Wouter Weylandt in an emotional tribute to the fallen Belgian rider, but promises to get back to the business of racing bikes in Wednesday’s fifth stage at the Giro d’Italia.
RAPALLO, Italy (VN) – David Millar won the pink jersey Monday, but he was in no mood to celebrate following the tragic death of Belgian rider Wouter Weylandt during the third stage of the Giro d’Italia.
Angel Vicioso (Androni Giocattoli) won out of a late-forming breakaway Monday after a spectacular twisting finale on the Italian Riveria at the Giro d'Italia.
David Millar wouldn’t be defending his title at Three Days of De Panne this week even if Garmin-Cervélo had sent a team to the Flemish suffer-fest.
The Chrono des Nations-Les Herbiers Vendée is the traditional finale to the European season
Denied an Olympic berth, David Millar wants to win gold in the Commonwealth Games
Dave Brailsford says Cavendish could win if circumstances are right. But he's got a Plan B, as well
The Garmins' two-up time trial in stage 14 was a tuneup for Vuelta ITT, worlds.
Garmin-Transitions riders used a special skin suit in the time trial Saturday that appeared to re-shape the riders' profiles.
It was 10 years ago this week that David Millar roared into prominence with a big win in the opening time trial at Futuroscope in the 2000 Tour de France.
Graham Watson's photos from Rotterdam.
David Millar concedes finishing on the podium at the week-long Dauphine Criterium would prove a considerable morale boost to his Garmin-Transitions squad ahead of its biggest test of the season next month.
Pierrick Fedrigo (Bbox Bouygues Telecom) wins the Critérium International.