Taylor Phinney To Join Cannondale-Drapac Next Season

American Taylor Phinney will join Cannondale-Drapac next season. The move will mark a homecoming for Boulder, Colorado’s Phinney, who got his start as a cyclist with Slipstream Sports CEO Jonathan Vaughters at Vaughters’ development team, then known as Team 5280 Magazine. Phinney will focus on the northern classics and time trials. The 26-year-old has worn the maglia rosa and finished … [Read more...]

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

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...]

Reijnen Captures First Stage of Tour of Utah in Sprint Finish

BMC Racing Team’s Taylor Phinney Returns to Racing with Third Place Finish LOGAN, UTAH (Aug. 3, 2015) -- UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team's Kiel Reijnen (USA) sprinted to victory in front of a fast-charging peloton to take the overall lead at the 2015 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. Reijnen outkicked his breakaway companions, Alex Howes (USA) of Cannondale-Garmin Pro Cycling and Taylor … [Read more...]

Taylor Phinney Third In Comeback Race At Tour of Utah

Logan, Utah - Taylor Phinney of the BMC Racing Team finished third Monday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah as he made his return to competition 62 weeks after being seriously injured in a crash. Phinney bridged to a breakaway group in the final five kilometers of the 212.5-kilometer race and led through the final corner with 500 meters to go. But the two-time U.S. national time trial … [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...]