Sunday May 12
The Star Online
BMC hire Julich as consultant despite doping confession
Former rider Bobby Julich, who left a coaching position with Team Sky last year after admitting doping during his professional career, has joined BMC as a consultant, the Swiss-based cycling team said on Sunday.
Sat May 11, 2013
King talks Sagan, Tour of California and Tour de France
Team Cannondale domestique Ted King is always quick with a wisecrack, this time in response to how thin and fit he's looking.
The field of 16 teams
New Zealand native Jeremy Vennell, who lives in Santa Rosa, was voted the event's overall most aggressive rider in 2012; Jason McCartney, now age 39, finished third overall in the 2007 TOC and has won the King of the Mountain classification three times.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Daily Record
Van Garderen highlights Tour of California field
Tejay van Garderen, the leading American finisher in the 2012 Tour de France, and Peter Sagan of Slovakia, the world's No.
Thu May 09, 2013
Unsure of race plan, Gilbert to make California debut
World champion Philippe Gilbert will pedal his rainbow bands around California next week in his American debut, but isn't yet sure what to make of a tricky Amgen Tour of California parcours.
Wed May 08, 2013
Cyclist's 'dig deep' message for Illawarra
Former Olympic cyclist Bradley McGee motivated business leaders at the Salvation Army Illawarra Business Appeal committee's Red Shield Appeal Illawarra Business Launch yesterday.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Gilbert regrets early season start at Tour Down Under
For the second year-in-a-row Philippe Gilbert has gone without a win in the Ardennes Classics or to be more specific, simply a win in the opening four months of the season.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Bad luck, new powers challenge Belgian classics dominance
Monday was even worse than usual in Belgium as cycling fans woke up hung over for all the wrong reasons.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Gallery: Inside Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2013
Fans are kept at bay outside the RadioShack-Leopard team bus, awaiting the emergence of Andy Schleck.
Van Lancker, others detail Garmin's tactical Liege siege
The steep climbs that punctuate the woods and moors of eastern Belgium have borne witness to tactical battles both real - as in World War II's furious Battle of the Bulge, which laid siege to Bastogne, the turnaround point of Sunday's LiA ge-Bastogne-LiA ge race - and figurative.
Maxim Iglinsky: The forgotten Liege winner
In fact, there was hardly a stir. Journalists and fans seemed more interested in chasing Vincenzo Nibali and Philippe Gilbert than the defending LiA ge-Bastogne-LiA ge champion.
Sat Apr 20, 2013
Gilbert plans to swing for the fences in Liege effort
Time is running out for Philippe Gilbert and his quest to win a spring classic in the world champion's jersey.