Veelers calls for calm after Farrar tried to confront him at the Argos bus on Thursday
VeloNews reporters take a look at the stories of stage 5 of the 2012 Tour de France from Farrar to Greipel to Armstrong
An irate Tyler Farrar goes hunting for Argos-Shimano sprinter Tom Veelers after stage 5
Liquigas-Cannondale team boss Roberto Amadio defends his decision to bring Vincenzo Nibali to this year’s Tour de France
Garmin-Sharp had a rough day on stage 3, with its GC men and sprinter all spending time on the deck
Andrew Hood compiles a daily notebook at the Tour de France
Garmin-Sharp sprinter has had some near misses this season, but no victories
Arygle Armada will focus on yellow for Hesjedal while hunting stage wins for Farrar
Garmin sprinter fights for midweek podium spot
Garmin-Barracuda's Tyler Farrar talks about recovering from Scheldeprijs before a run at Paris-Roubaix
In this exclusive video Farrar, Vanmarcke and Vaughters talk about a disappointing Tour of Flanders and look ahead to Paris-Roubaix.
Young team leader Sep Vanmarcke runs out of gas late, Farrar spends rare day in the break
Admits that Milan-San Remo is not his top priority
"It's a field sprint for a world championships, it's going to be chaotic. I just didn't ride it as well as I could have," Tyler Farrar told VeloNews.
Tyler Farrar called it quits during stage 8 of the 2011 Vuelta a España after twice coughing up blood.
Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Cervélo) was transported to a local hospital via ambulance after a high-speed crash late in Friday's seventh stage at the Vuelta a España.
Tyler Farrar found himself forced to choose between the Vuelta and the Vattenfall this year.
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.
Tyler Farrar and Mark Cavendish are among the top riders participating in a test event this weekend held on the course to be featured in the 2012 London Olympic Games.
VIDEO: Tyler Farrar: "I don't know" if Cavendish took pulls
SAINT-PAUL-TROIS-CHATEAUX, France (VN) — Mark Cavendish's fourth stage win Sunday didn't sit well with some of the other top sprinters who couldn't hold back their frustration that perhaps Cavendish made it through Saturday's brutal climbing stage up Plateau de Beille with something more than his own two legs.
A frustrated Tyler Farrar wonders aloud about Mark Cavendish’s miraculous return after being dropped by the gruppetto
Tyler Farrar finds it frustrating to get nipped by a resurgent Mark Cavendish.
Tyler Farrar is riding pressure-free going into the third week of the Tour de France.
Editor's note: The following article appeared in the March 2011 issue of VeloNews magazine. We thought our web readers would enjoy a look at the what the Garmin-Cervelo team said about team cooperation before the season really started.
From winning stages at Tirreno-Adriatico and the Ster ZLM Tour to burying his best friend following a fatal accident at the Giro d’Italia, it would be a terrible understatement to call the first half of 2011 a rollercoaster for Garmin-Cervélo’s Tyler Farrar.
LES HERBIERS, France (VN) — Two sprinters in one team might mean trouble, but Garmin-Cervélo promises that there will be no discord between world champion Thor Hushovd and Tyler Farrar when it comes to mass gallops over the next three weeks.
This year’s Tour field boasts a deep wealth of Yankee talent, including a top sprinter, a quartet of potential top-5 finishers, one of the sport’s most promising young riders, and a star-crossed veteran who will be starting his record-tying 16th Grand Boucle.
LIVORNO, Italy (VN) – The peloton paid its due respects to Wouter Weylandt in an emotional tribute to the fallen Belgian rider, but promises to get back to the business of racing bikes in Wednesday’s fifth stage at the Giro d’Italia.
Garmin-Cervelo's Tyler Farrar will leave the Giro d'Italia following Tuesday's neutralized stage in honor of Farrar's friend Wouter Weylandt.
Garmin-Cervelo's Tyler Farrar released a statement Monday afternoon about the death of his friend Wouter Weylandt
For the second consecutive day, Tyler Farrar kicks to victory at the Mallorca Challenge in Spain.
Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Cervélo) won Sunday’s Trofeo Palma, the first round in the five-day 2011 Mallorca Challenge, but it appears that the UCI may refuse to recognize the legitimacy of the event after riders refused to compete without radio earpieces as per the governing body’s edict.
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Why are the marquee sprinters at the Santos Tour Down Under not in winning form?
Tyler Farrar, Christian Meier, Svein Tuft and Zach Bell are among the top roadies using the Burnaby four-day track race for a pre-season tune-up. Colby Pearce and Daniel Holloway win the overall title at the Canadian event.
Tyler Farrar has a new ride for 2011. Nick Legan takes a look.
Recently crowned world champion Thor Hushovd says he hopes to win Paris-Roubaix next year wearing the rainbow jersey.
From Gilbert to Cavendish, a look at the favorites for the elite men's road race.
Evans, Cancellara and Farrar say the race radio ban at Sunday's road race is a bad idea
The team leader says the U.S. has fielded one of its strongest world championship teams ever.
Roger Hammond is entering perhaps his final year of racing on a beefed up Garmin-Cervelo squad
Tyler Farrar is confident ahead of the world championships after nabbing a straight up stage victory on the last day of the Vuelta
Farrar wins the final stage in Madrid and Nibali secures the overall
Garmin's Tyler Farrar takes second on the stage.
Tyler Farrar is the likely leader of the nine-man U.S. men team for the world's road race. A cast of young riders, and perhaps Christian Vande Velde, will provide support.
They’re rivals now, but next season, Tyler Farrar and Thor Hushovd will ride side-by-side on the new-look Garmin-Cervélo team.
Garmin-Slipstream's Tyler Farrar won the fifth stage of the Vuelta a España on Wednesday, outsprinting some of the best in the business
Yauheni Hutarovich — the lanterne rouge of the 2009 Tour de France — claims his first grand-tour victory ahead of race leader Mark Cavendish and Tyler Farrar.
A few Tour DNFs came to Paris to see the finale