Living the Ride brings together 7-Eleven, BMC Racing squads to support the Davis Phinney Foundation
Kittel returns to the top as Contador returns to racing
American watches Wiggins on the podium and says he wants to be there in four years, with a couple world titles to boot
American likes the London time trial course and is feeling a boost from his fourth-place road race ride
The American was inspired by teammate Tejay van Garderen's work on his behalf
American planned to avoid the Olympic Village and distractions like the U.S. women's gymnastics team as he visualizes perfection
With Farrar's odds against Cavendish, the five American men will likely ride for a small group finish in Saturday's Olympic road race
Hincapie thinks it's a good thing that Evans has started off the season slower than last year and discusses working with young BMC talent
Skratching the itch to win: Taylor Phinney, Evelyn Stevens tune up for London at all-star Boulder training camp
Olympic hopefuls join Tour riders Vande Velde and Zabriskie, plus top 'crosser Johnson, for an Allen Lim-style tuneup
In our daily Giro round-up, Cavendish fights for the points jersey in Milan, Phinney is happy to finish the Giro and Pinotti storms back for stage win
Peiper is bullish on young Americans; rain and a technical approach may make for a treacherous Giro finale on Monday
Garmin shows again that its team time trial prep is second-to-none; J.J. Haedo says he has a Giro stage win in his legs
Taylor Phinney's bike for today's team time trial sports some eye-catching pink highlights in honor of his overall leader status
In our July 2009 issue, VeloNews Magazine profiled an up-and-coming Taylor Phinney. We go back to the archives now that the American has arrived with his early run in the maglia rosa at the Giro d'Italia
Race leader Taylor Phinney is winning fans in the Italian media and public with his fluent language skills and coolness under pressure
Taylor Phinney arrives to the podium presentation in an ambulance and meets the press after his late crash in stage 3 of the 2012 Giro d'Italia
American stays in maglia rosa despite inability to ride to the finish
Giro Notebook, Stage 2: Cavendish laments ‘lack of respect’; Weylandt memorial; Phinney keeps growing
World champ says there is a lack of respect amongst the peloton's older riders; Giro to memorialize Weylandt; Phinney is up to 6-foot-5 and growing
Giro d'Italia leader endures nervous day in Denmark that saw him isolated near the finish
After a disappointing but enlightening rookie pro season in 2011, Phinney has come of age with his Giro win
European Correspondent runs down the key stories from Saturday's opening stage and looks ahead to Sunday's wind-battered affair
American dons leader's jersey after opening team time trial at important Giro d'Italia prep race
American cobbles protegé says he rides cobbles stronger than paved roads
In an exclusive video interview from BrakeThrough Media, George Hincapie says Taylor Phinney will be the first American to win Paris-Roubaix and the young protegé says he knows he can ride the race at the front
In an exclusive video from BrakeThrough Media, Taylor Phinney discusses the leadership for his BMC Racing team and putting his own ambitions aside in his first professional Paris-Roubaix
Taylor Phinney won Paris-Roubaix twice as a U23 rider
Taylor Phinney's eager to make the U.S. team for the London Games, but he wouldn't mind racing the USA Pro Cycling CHallenge, either. Meanwhile, Greg Henderson has joined old friend André Greipel at Lotto Belisol, hoping to get his ticket punched for the Tour de France.
COPENHAGEN (VN) - Taylor Phinney was less than pleased with his 15th place ride in the elite men's world time trial championship race while Andrew Talansky was satisfied to stop the clock 16th on a windy, technical course for their respective debuts in the elite men's world time trial championships.
Taylor Phinney will be making his grand-tour debut with a BMC team looking to win stages and sneak into breakaways at the Vuelta a España.
Three grand-tour rookies are part of a slim North American contingent for this year's Vuelta a España that will likely include only four starting U.S. riders.
ARDOOIE, Netherlands (AFP) — German sprint specialist André Greipel of Omeg-Pharma claimed his second successive stage victory on the Eneco Tour, finishing ahead of American Tyler Farrar (BMC) and Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky) Wednesday.
SINT WILLEBRORD, Netherlands — André Greipel (Omega Pharma) won the first stage of the Eneco Tour Tuesday, as prologue winner Taylor Phinney (BMC) retained the leader's jersey.
Taylor Phinney will skip the opportunity to inherit the leader’s jersey his father Davis last held at the Coors Classic in 1988. Phinney’s BMC Racing team confirmed Thursday that the neo-pro would start his first grand tour, the Vuelta a Expaña, this month, instead of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
The 20-year-old BMC Racing neo-pro, who could manage only seventh place in the race against the clock, said he struggled to recover from the hardest race of his life and is tired of talking about the problems that have marked much of his rookie season.
The headline event in the States this weekend is the USA Cycling Professional National Championships in Greenville, South Carolina. Not to be lost in the shadows, however, are the oldest race on the National Racing Calendar, the Tour of Somerville, the 40th Iron Horse Bicycle Classic and the final stop on the Nature Valley Pro Ride.
Taylor Phinney checks in with Brian Holcombe on the literal ups and down of the Amgen Tour of California.
Ben Swift (Sky) took the first stage Monday, but weather remained the big story for at the Amgen Tour of California. Monday’s stage covered just 61 miles from Nevada City to Sacramento after winter weather forced changes to the race for the second consecutive day.
STATELINE, Nevada (VN) - On the eve of the Amgen Tour of California, George Hincapie is back with his BMC Racing team and the squad’s youth movement is keeping him going.
Jonathan Castroviejo wins the prologue to the Tour de Romandie ahead of American Taylor Phinney and Leigh Howard.
Cadel Evans ─ who was forced to skip defending his title at Fleche Wallonne and missed the start at Sunday's Liège-Bastogne-Liège ─ will mark his return to racing for the BMC Racing Team on Tuesday at the Tour de Romandie.
BMC team doctor Max Testa says Taylor Phinney’s early departure from the Volta a Catalunya last week doesn’t mean that he will not be able to start Paris-Roubaix next month.
APELDOORN, Netherlands (AFP) - Australia's Jack Bobridge coasted to victory over New Zealander Jesse Sergent in the final of the men's individual pursuit at the world track cycling championships Thursday.
LLORET DE MAR, Spain (VN) – Taylor Phinney (BMC) made it through his European season debut in a tough stage at the Volta a Catalunya (Tour of Catalonia) that saw him dropped on the second of two first-category climbs.
Taylor Phinney (BMC) says he’s still hopeful he’ll be able to race the upcoming northern classics despite sitting on the sidelines so far through much of the 2011 season due to a nagging knee injury and a mild concussion.
The BMC racing team has announced that it's newest star, Taylor Phinney, will return to racing at the Volta a Catalunya (March 21-27) following his recovery from a training ride crash last month.
Taylor Phinney is taking it slow in his rookie pro season and that’s just the way BMC wants it.
George Hincapie feels better than ever. That’s saying a lot as the BMC veteran is on the eve of his 2011 debut – his 18th as a professional – at Montepaschi Strade Bianchi Saturday.
Taylor Phinney (BMC) is recovering at home in Lucca, Italy, after a training crash that left him with a mild concussion, his team announced Friday.