Friday Feb 28
Rick Zabel enjoying early season apprenticeship at BMC
German cycling is experiencing a renaissance of sorts with cyclists such as Tony Martin, Andre Greipel, John Degenkolb, Marcel Kittel and even the BMC trio of Marcus Burghardt, Dominik Nerz and first-year pro Rick Zabel making all the right headlines with world championship and Tour de France victories.
Peter Velits ready to ride for Tejay van Garderen in the Tour
Peter Velits, a grand-tour rider with some chops of his own, is looking forward to helping Tejay van Garderen make his mark at the Tour de France.
Steve Cummings Gets PEZ'd
Steve Cummings Interview: World champion on the track, Vuelta stage winner and loyal team man; Steve Cummings is all of these and now winner of the Tour MA©diterranA©en.
Lasse Norman Hansen shows his talent on debut
While Taylor Phinney and Marcel Kittel dominated the headlines, Lasse Norman Hansen of Garmin-Sharp showed his huge potential and excellent form for the rapidly approaching track world championships, by finishing third in the opening time trial.
Taylor Phinney takes Dubai as Marcel Kittel wins finale
With the world's tallest building as a backdrop, perhaps it was no coincidence that two of the peloton's tallest riders came out tops in Saturday's fourth and final stage at the inaugural Dubai Tour.
Emirates News Agency
Dubai's grand Tour, UAE paper
WAM ABU DHABI, 9th February, 2014 -- A U.A.E. paper has said that the cycling may not be the biggest world sport of the moment, and it's no surprise that the weekend's Dubai Tour was somewhat overshadowed by the opening of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Video: Phinney one stage away from Dubai Tour victory
Taylor Phinney made a point of praising each and every one of his BMC teammates after defending his overall lead at the Dubai Tour on stage 3. The young American's teammates protected him throughout the stage and he responded to all the attacks in the rolling finale to set himself up for overall victory in the four-day stage race.