The American sprinter has not won a race in Europe since triumphing in a stage at the 2011 Tour de France
The 2013 classics campaign has not been fruitful for the U.S.-based squad
Garmin boss disputes head injury claims for Van Summeren, Danielson, and laments the loss of the Giro champ
Team chairman Doug Ellis bullish on Belgian's Roubaix title defense
The 2011 winner is feeling surprisingly little pressure as he prepares for Sunday’s “Hell of the North”
From the favorites talking about their chances to race maps and start lists, it's all here for "The Hell of the North"
Young team leader Sep Vanmarcke runs out of gas late, Farrar spends rare day in the break
Devolder: 'Pay attention to Lieuwe'; Vansummeren caught without a helmet; Cav starts sports scholarships; Meares/Pendleton rivalry still fierce
"The night before the race, around midnight, I told my father, 'I will be close.' I knew I was good."
Johan Van Summeren, who delivered Garmin-Cervélo's biggest win in team history with Paris-Roubaix in April, will stay with the team through the 2014 season.
Depending on whose viewpoint you want to believe, the Garmin-Cervélo team was either (1) totally brilliant or (2) toxically negative.
ROUBAIX, France (VN) — Jonathan Vaughters finally landed a big fish. And it doesn't get any bigger than Paris-Roubaix.
What a difference a year makes: A DNF at Paris-Roubaix in 2010, Johan Van Summeren wins the race in 2011 with a well-timed solo break.