The Outer Line chats with retired pro cyclist Tom Danielson
his week we debate Peter Sagan's Olympic dirt adventure, discuss USA Cycling's plan to catch moto cheaters, and break down Chris Horner's world-class bike throw.
2014 winners Tom Danielson and Coryn Rivera will return to the Tour of Utah to defend their titles in the 2015 edition of the race
Tom Danielson is eager to prove his 37-year-old legs still have what it takes to win at a grand tour, but it’s not the GC he’s after
Astana's Landa proves to be the most sprightly climber on the brutally steep climbs of Vuelta al Pais Vasco's penultimate stage
American Tejay van Garderen takes first win of the season a day after a harrowing crash in the Volta a Catalunya
USADA CEO Travis Tygart speaks to Matthew Beaudin about the doping fight and trying to clean up the sport for good
Armstrong, Hincapie, Vande Velde, and Livingston will reunite at the October 25 Gran Fondo Hincapie
Tejay van Garderen wrecked the Vail time trail course on Saturday, setting up a title defense Sunday in Denver
Tejay van Garderen and Tom Danielson duel on a rain-soaked Vail Pass, and the race leader triumphs in record time
Tom Danielson lost five seconds on Friday into Breckenridge and sits in fourth overall, though he knows Tejay van Garderen will be tough to overcome
Fans can cheer, and jeer, riders easily. But where is the line crossed?
Garmin-Sharp suffered a blow on Tuesday when Tejay van Garderen won stage 3 at the USA Pro Challenge to take the race lead
A few GC conclusions after two stages of the USA Pro Challenge, as the race heads into a decisive summit finish atop Monarch Mountain
Tom Danielson and Tejay van Garderen headline the list of GC favorites at the USA Pro Challenge, which starts Monday
The week-long Colorado race features domestic and international talent that will battle for GC supremacy
American Tom Danielson repeats as Tour of Utah champion after a slow start to 2014
For the second day in a row, Cadel Evans won a stage at the Tour of Utah, and for the second year in a row, Tom Danielson won the GC title
The 2011 Tour de France champion won the stage, but the list of winners on the day was long, and varied
Tom Danielson takes command of the Tour of Utah on what he calls “the hardest climb I’ve ever done” at the end of stage 4
Tejay van Garderen hopes to successfully defend his 2013 title with another victory in Colorado
The Garmin-Sharp rider comes into Utah as the favorite, but where’s the evidence?
One year after winning the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, 36-year-old American Tom Danielson is back to defend his title
An analysis of the long-term effects of performance-enhancing drugs
Several young riders make up the squad's lineup for the upcoming season
Cycling need not perish from a thousand self-inflicted cuts. A truth commission could nurse our wounded sport back to health
While the floods in Boulder, Colorado, have destroyed training roads in the mountains, local professionals are happy to be safe
Garmin looks forward after losing leader's jersey, time at Beaver Creek
BMC’s Tejay van Garderen and Garmin’s Tom Danielson are both poised to strike. How will they fare in stage 3?
Bent on repeating its 2012 win, Garmin brings a packed roster to the USA Pro Challenge
Danielson finishes third on the final stage to depose race leader Horner and take the final yellow jersey
Horner and Danielson, former teammates turned rivals, will cross swords once more in the finale to the Tour of Utah
Horner and Danielson battle for the stage win and the yellow jersey, a fight the veteran RadioShack man won easily
Chris Horner, Tom Danielson, Janier Acevedo headline a long list of overall contenders looking for an edge in Utah
The American suffered for most of the race following a crash in stage 5
Sport director Charly Wegelius says the team left Paris satisfied with its performance at the 100th Tour de France
Garmin squad lacks an outright leader at the Tour de France, but has several riders who can "create chaos in the race"
With incredible depth but no clear leader, Garmin brass won't cut down to nine Tour riders until after a training camp next week in Girona
American team is hoping for big things to close out a mixed Giro that saw its defending champion abandon and a young domestique win a stage
Garmin-Sharp rider pulled out of the Giro d'Italia last week after falling ill
Fourth-year pro hopes to earn a spot on the Giro d'Italia roster to help teammate Ryder Hesjedal defend his title
The Catalan tour is over home roads of sorts for the three, who have their European base in Girona
Six-month bans for Garmin riders and Leipheimer expired on Friday
Jonathan Vaughters says that although cycling is cleaner than in past years, an independent body needs to help the sport learn from its past
Lance Armstrong's doping ring tipped the field so the Texan stood on top of a chess game of 'information, connections and money'
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has laid its overwhelming cards on the table in the Armstrong case. What does it mean for those involved?
Danielson, Vande Velde and Zabriskie address USADA case
U.S. officials have not received notification from USADA regarding suspensions for Danielson, Leipheimer, Vande Velde or Zabriskie
The Slipstream chief said the UCI had the chance to interview Christian Vande Velde, Dave Zabriskie and Tom Danielson years ago
Garmin boss says Vande Velde, Zabriskie and Danielson doped before joining Garmin
Since crashing out of the Tour, Tom Danielson has focused on one thing: a double homecoming in Durango and Boulder
Chris Horner says he's lacking power and may defer to supporting RadioShack's young GC riders
Banged up Garmin rider focused on Utah, Colorado after leaving the Tour after the Metz Massacre
With the usual favorites coming off injury and the Olympics, the overall at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is wide open; Jens doesn't want dirty laundry aired
It was a black Friday indeed for Garmin-Sharp, which saw its entire squad bar one on the deck in a horrific pileup
A run of crashes have a banged up Tour peloton aiming for the mountains this weekend