Chasing points or stage wins, the sprinter teams are gearing up for battle in Thursday's stage 11
Garmin’s sprinter is optimistic, and taking the Tour day by day
Tyler Farrar still isn't 100 percent, but the Garmin-Transitions sprinter is back in the mix.
Tour de France Tech: A look at bikes from sprinters Mark Cavendish, Tyler Farrar and Alesandro Petacchi
A close look at the fastest bikes in the peloton — those of Cavendish, Petacchi and Farrar
Julian Dean — second in stage 4 — is playing Tyler Farrar's sprinter position while Farrar recovers.
The Garmin sprinter said his Flemish is not as good as he thought.
Tyler Farrah was 50 meters from the grand finale when his fireworks got doused.
On the Fourth, four of the eight Americans were involved in crashes. Leipheimer gets good news from an X-ray.
Depending on his perspective, American Tyler Farrar enters his second Tour de France with either no pressure at all, or more pressure than he’s faced in his career.
Tyler Farrar’s tightening grip on the red points jersey could keep him in the Giro d’Italia longer than expected, maybe even through the race's challenging final week.
Just a day after nearly everything went right for Garmin-Transitions, capped by Tyler Farrar’s stage victory Sunday, nearly everything went wrong less than 24 hours later.
Garmin-Transitions scored a huge victory Sunday with Tyler Farrar’s victory in the second stage at the Giro d’Italia. Not only did Farrar prove yet again he’s a world-caliber sprinter, it also confirmed the team’s commitment to building a stronger team around the 25-year-old’s growing confidence.
Prior to Tyler Farrar’s win at the G.P. Scheldeprijs on Wednesday, VeloNews had a seat in the Garmin-Transitions car riding along with the team’s director, Australian Matt White.
Before the midday start in Antwerp, we got a (very) quick look at his Felt F1. With only a few minutes to spare, team mechanic Andrea Bisogno set Farrar’s bike apart for a few photographs.
Andrew Hood chats with veteran sprinter and lead-out man Julian Dean on his career and how he can help Tyler Farrar beat Mark Cavendish in the sprints this year.
Tyler Farrar was one of the break-out riders in 2009. With 11 victories and a constant threat in the sprints, the 25-year-old vaulted into the elite pro ranks.