Former Tour Winner Cadel Evans Announces His Retirement

PONFERRADA, Spain, Sept 25, 2014 - Former Tour de France winner Cadel Evans on Thursday confirmed he will retire from cycling in February. The 2011 Tour winner and 2009 road race world champion said his final event will be the inaugural Cadel Evans Great Ocean race on February 1. Before then he will compete at Sunday's World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain, followed by the Tour … [Read more...]

Team BMC Pro Cycling Delivers The World TTT Title Upset

by Barnaby CHESTERMAN PONFERRADA, Spain, Sept 21, 2014 (AFP) - BMC led by American star Tejay Van Garderen upset the favourites including reigning champions Omega-Pharma Quick-Step to win the men's team timetrial world title in Ponferrada on Sunday. Although finishing with just four of their original six-man team -- the minimum requirement -- the American team got … [Read more...]

Sky and BMC Start Battle For Tour Supremacy

LIEGE, Belgium, June 30, 2012 (AFP) - Yellow jersey contenders Team Sky scored the first points in what is set to be a thrilling Tour de France campaign by jumping to the top of the team standings on Saturday. Sky's Bradley Wiggins is hoping to succeed Australian Cadel Evans as the 2012 yellow jersey champion and got off to a great start by taking 10secs off the BMC team leader following … [Read more...]

BMC Racing Team Announces 2011 Signings

Riders from Belgium, France, Italy and Switzerland are among the six joining the BMC Racing Team that already includes current world road champion Cadel Evans, U.S. national road champion George Hincapie and past world road champion Alessandro Ballan. Stronger Team For 2011 The new riders signing on with the BMC Racing Team are Belgians Yannick Eijssen and Greg Van Avermaet, Italians Manuel … [Read more...]