Garrison will race for L39ion after two seasons with Deceuninck-Quick-Step. The former US TT champ discusses the story and ambitions behind the move.
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Here's what's making headlines on Monday, October 18.
New wave of talent-laden Americans quickly climbing to the top of the elite men's peloton.
2020 saw a group of young American friends and former teammates inspire each other to a prolific season of top-tier racing.
Ian Garrison and Harry Tanfield both had their battles with the time limit at the Vuelta a España. One of them won, one of them lost.
Young American looking to step up in sophomore season with Deceuninck-Quick-Step as he targets classics success.
The Vuelta proved a rollercoaster three weeks for the five Americans at the race, from Sepp Kuss and Will Barta riding high to Ian Garrison gutting out a tough debut grand tour.
Lawson Craddock leaves Giro d'Italia to attend birth.
New travel restrictions causing concern among riders in Americas hoping to return in time for Tour de France.
US time trial champion still able to ride outside, in his home state of Georgia, as he waits for racing to resume in debut WorldTour season.
USA Cycling brought home seven medals at the Yorkshire road worlds with Chloe Dygert, Quinn Simmons, Megan Jastrab, and others earning hardware. Each medal resulted from a deeper backstory.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step director believes young American could be up with the top on a range of terrain some day, but will ride his first WorldTour season free of pressure.
After three years with Hagens Berman Axeon, Garrison steps up to WorldTour with two-year contract
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Aevolo and Lux Cycling took home multiple national titles at USA Cycling's Amateur Road National Championships
A year after missing out on racing in California, the squad upgraded to the Pro Continental level and has high hopes for 2018.
The 19-year-old finishes second in the under-23 version of Gent-Wevelgem, the Nations Cup.
Young American Ian Garrison’s star shined brightly with a solid second-place outing in his under-23 debut at Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday.