p style=”font-size: 13pt;”> Thomas Dekker’s Garmin Edge 510 data.
Ramunas Navardauskas had another good result from this Giro, leading the chase group to the line to claim second on the stage.
Alex Rasmussen sprinted to victory in a cold and wet opening to Bayern Rundfahrt in Germany. “It was a 200km day with rain and crosswind the whole way,” said the Dane. “There was a little climb at the 1km to go and it was about 500 meters long. I moved up on the climb and [...]
Coming off his successful Tour of California Tyler Farrar tells us he’s not only fast on the bike but the first to sleep on those long transfers too. What is the first memory you have involving a bike? I remember a picture my mom has of me, super tiny on training wheels. But actually remember [...]
Ramunas Navardauskas had another strong ride in the Giro, riding in the main break and lasting to be one of the final riders caught.
Tyler Farrar finished off a strong showing for Garmin-Sharp in California with another podium placing on the final stage into Santa Rosa.
Check out Rohan Dennis’ Garmin Edge 510 on Garmin Connect.
Rohan Dennis followed-up his third place in the time trial with an impressive 11th on the queen stage of the Tour of California, finishing atop Mt. Diablo.
Rohan Dennis notched a major result in his young career, taking third in a very tough time trial at the Tour of California.
It was almost a double-up for Tyler Farrar at the Tour of California, if it were not for a late solo breakaway. But a fast-flying Farrar was able to take the field sprint for second.
Tyler Farrar doubled up on the wins with a victory on stage 4 in the Tour of California.
The entire Garmin-Sharp team put in an effort to set team sprinter Tyler Farrar for the win screaming into Santa Barbara, and Farrar delivered in style — winning by a bike length over the field.
Ramunas Navardauskas rode away from the day’s main breakaway to take a spectacular solo win in the Giro d’Italia.
Tyler Farrar fought his way out of a box in the closing meters of the third stage to claim a podium placing.
Yeah, we all heard it was hot on stage two of the Tour of California, but here is proof. Lachlan Morton‘s Garmin Edge 510 registered 111°F!!!
It was a genuine scorcher into Palm Springs with temperatures reported at over 111 Fahrenheit. Lachlan Morton rode a strong final climb to finish 16th and move into second place in the best young rider category.
Andreas Klier , veteran German Classics specialist, has decided to retire from the sport after 17 years as a professional and will now move into a director role at Team Garmin-Sharp. “I had the honor of spending many years in the saddle and I have decided that now it is time for me to stop [...]
It was hot, hot HOT on the opening stage in Escondido. Jacob Rathe had a good showing taking fourth in the field sprint and David Zabriskie finished strong in the main group.