BMC Racing Team Repeats As World Team Time Trial Champions


Richmond, Virginia - The BMC Racing Team led through every time check Sunday on the way to capturing its second straight UCI world team time trial championship. Powering its BMC timemachine TM01s through the streets of Richmond, Virginia, the BMC Racing Team averaged 54.969 kilometers an hour to best Etixx-Quick Step by 11.35 seconds. Movistar Team finished third, 30.11 seconds off the winning … [Read more...]

Phinney Returns To Help BMC Defend World Team Time Trial

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By Jim SLATER Richmond, United States, Sept 19, 2015 (AFP) - American Taylor Phinney, fighting back from a career-threatening 2014 crash, was named on Saturday to ride for defending men's team time-trial champions BMC at the World Road Cycling Championships. The 25-year-old son of 1984 Olympic road race champion Connie Carpenter and former pro cyclist Davis Phinney will ride on a … [Read more...]

Dennis Puts on The Hurt to Take Stage 4 of The USA Pro Challenge


Rohan Dennis Puts on The Hurt to Take Stage 4 of The USA Pro Challenge and Locks in Yellow Jersey for Fourth Straight Day for BMC Racing Team Breckenridge, CO. (August 20, 2015) – Rohan Dennis of BMC Racing Team took his first win since winning the opening stage of the Tour de France last month and secured the leader’s jersey for BMC Racing Team. Wednesday’s 126-mile ride from Aspen to … [Read more...]

USA Pro Challenge Announces The 16 Teams For 2015


BMC Racing, Trek Factory Racing, Tinkoff-Saxo and Cannondale-Garmin Highlight 16 Teams Announced for 2015 USA Pro Challenge DENVER, Colorado (August 5, 2015) - The USA Pro Challenge, America's Race, scheduled for August 17-23, 2015, announced the 16 teams for the 2015 edition of the event, highlighted by World Tour teams BMC Racing (USA), Trek Factory Racing (USA), Tinkoff-Saxo (RUS) and … [Read more...]

Richie Porte Quits Sky To Pursue Grand Tour Dream With BMC

Paris, Aug 1, 2015 (AFP) - Australian rider Richie Porte, fresh from helping Team Sky's Chris Froome win a second Tour de France, announced on Saturday he will ride for the BMC Racing team next season. Porte, a key domestique in Sky's three Tour successes with Bradley Wiggins in 2012 and then Froome in 2013 and this year, is moving to pursue his dream of a Grand Tour success in his own … [Read more...]

Taylor Phinney And Peter Stetina Announce Their Return To Racing

Santa Rosa, California - Taylor Phinney and Peter Stetina have announced their return to the BMC Racing Team Monday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Phinney has been sidelined 62 weeks since fracturing his left leg and injuring his left knee in a crash at the 2014 USA Cycling national road championships in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Stetina has not raced since early April when he broke his … [Read more...]

Van Garderen Withdrawals The Tour de France On Stage 17

Pra-Loup, France, July 22, 2015 - Tejay Van Garderen pulled out of the Tour de France during Wednesday's 161km 17th stage from Digne-les-Bains to Pra Loup. The 26-year-old American had been sitting third in the overall standings at 3min 32sec back from race leader Chris Froome. But only 60km into the first Alpine stage of the race, Van Garderen started to struggle and lost touch … [Read more...]

Consistency Remains The Key For BMC’s Tejay Van Garderen

Pau, France, July 13, 2015 (AFP) - Tejay Van Garderen said consistency will be the key for him to maintain his surprising challenge for the Tour de France yellow jersey. After nine stages, the 26-year-old American has found himself second overall at just 12sec from race leader Chris Froome, the 2013 champion. And while Van Garderen maintains he has a modest aim to finish on … [Read more...]

Richie Porte To Leave Team Sky At End Of Season

Sydney, July 12, 2015 (AFP) - Australian star Richie Porte says he will leave Team Sky at the end of the year to pursue his dreams of Grand Tour success elsewhere. Porte is in the final year of his contract with the British super team and there has long been speculation the 30-year-old wanted out. He confirmed his plans following the Tour de France's 28 kilometre (17.3 miles) team … [Read more...]

BMC Pro Cycling Wins TTT, As Froome Keeps Yellow Jersey


By Barnaby CHESTERMAN Plumelec, France, July 12, 2015 (AFP) - BMC won the 28km team timetrial from Vannes to Plumelec on Sunday but Chris Froome tightened his grip on the leader's yellow jersey. His Sky team may even have beaten the world team timetrial champions but for Ireland's Nicolas Roche cracking on the final 1.7km, 6.2 percent climb to the … [Read more...]