Kiel Reijnen says younger riders are getting more freedom from team directors to race for the win—and that's a good thing.
American rider will transition into a road captain role as part of two-year extension with the U.S. team
The WorldTour riders attending Dirty Kanza 200 do intend to race for the win. Whether or not they can win is another story
Without overall ambitions, Kiel Reijnen takes it easy on stage 16 so he can be fully rested to support Mollema and Nizzolo's stage hunting.
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Taylor Phinney and Kiel Reijnen discussed the unpredictable Belgian weather, recording DNFs, and more.
WorldTour pros Kiel Reijnen, Brent Bookwalter, and Andrew Talansky look back on their days as collegiate cyclists.