Team Garmin-Transitions’ US time trial champion David Zabriskie turned in a top-ten TT performance at the Vuelta a Murcia, while young neo-pro rode into a top 25 position on the overall. Director sportive Johnny Weltz reports: The time trial stage was looked to by everyone as the judge of this year’s Vuelta a Murcia. And [...]
Team Garmin-Transitions’ Robbie Hunter successfully defended his race lead at the Vuelta a Murcia with another field sprint win. Our director sportif on the ground, Johnny Weltz, gives the summary: At the start of the second stage — with the leader’s jersey on and a hard stage ahead — we decided to be part of [...]
After going 1-2 in the individual time trial, Team Garmin-Slipstream came into the final stage of the Vuelta a Burgos with the slimmest of leads in the overall, with Tom Danielson and Danny Pate sitting only seconds ahead of the field. On the final mountain-top finish the attacks were hard and unrelenting for Pate and [...]
Team Garmin-Slipstream took a major win Saturday with Tom Danielson and Danny Pate finishing first and second in the individual time trial of the Vuelta a Burgos in Spain. The also win puts both riders into the top two on GC and in position to claim the overall on Sunday final stage, a mountain-top finish [...]
Here is the data download from Danny Pate’s Garmin Edge 705 during stage 7 of the Tour de France.
Team Garmin-Slipstream’s Giro fortunes changed Thursday on stage 18 with Danny Pate and Julian Dean making it into the day’s main break that survived all the way to the finish line in Benevento. Pate, who was one of the most active on the day and instrumental in establishing the breakaway, rode hard to make the [...]
Danny Pate on Giro’s stage 18 podium in third after riding with Julian Dean in day’s main break. Check http://www.slipstreamsports.com for updates!
As Team Garmin-Slipstream makes the final preparations for the 2009 Giro d’Italia campaign here in Lido di Jesolo, Italy, riders and directors take a look back at last year’s epic ride and ahead to tomorrow’s start: Christian Vande Velde, the first American to wear the Maglia Rosa since 1988, says: “leading the team across the [...]
Team Garmin-Slipstream, defending Team Time Trial champion of the 2008 Giro d’Italia, today announced its much-anticipated line-up for the 2009 edition of the race. Christian Vande Velde, the first American rider to wear the Maglia Rosa since 1988, will be joined by Bradley Wiggins, Cameron Meyer, Danny Pate, David Millar, David Zabriskie, Julian Dean, Tom [...]
Team Garmin Slipstream’s Danny Pate sits down with Velonews’ Andrew Hood to talk about the spring campaign so far, what it means for the team and what is to come.
Team Garmin-Slipstream finished the Critérium International with a strong presence as Bradley Wiggins finished second in the final time trial by only six seconds, while teammate Danny Pate took seventh, making it onto the final podium in third on the overall classification! Team Garmin-Slipstream stage 3 results 1. Tony Martin 10’05 2. Bradley Wiggins +0’06 [...]
Team Garmin-Slipstream’s Danny Pate finished a strong second on the second stage of the Critérium International, chasing down all but one of the remaining breakaway riders on the short but tough stage to Monthermé. Canadian champ Christian Meier led a lot of the chasing of the breakaway in the peloton. Team Garmin-Slipstream, stage 2 results [...]
Race summary from director Lionel Marie Bonjour Garmin-Slipstream fans: The team did a good job this week! We were disappointed after the prologue on Sunday — Brad did a good job before and during the race but Contador was stronger. Christian was better day after day and his win was very important for all of [...]
Today’s relatively uneventful stage in the Volta ao Algarve finished with a bunch sprint. There were no changes to the overall with David Millar finishing 10th and Danny Pate 13th overall. David Millar is pictured right from yesterday’s time trial. Despite a flat, he finished 9th and just over one minute of Contador’s winning time. [...]
Garmin-Slipstream capped off the longest and hardest stage of the Tour Mediterranean today by ushering Dan Martin (above in red) to a solid 13th place atop the final Mt Faron climb. His hard-fought finish on the infamously short but steep climb allowed Dan to take home the red Best Young Rider jersey of this year’s [...]
Tour Med Stage 5 Race Report from Jason Donald Though pretty straight-forward, today was quite a hard day when all was said and done. Such a big, powerful break went yesterday, that Caisse d’Epargne were not going to let that happen again. There were some massive rollers in the first fifty kilometers and it was [...]
Highlighting the UK Revolution events this weekend, David Millar will join his mates for Bradley McGee’s “going away party” this Saturday, November 15 at the Manchester Velodrome. David, along with several other cycling stars, will give McGee a fond farewell as they race against the retiring Aussie for one last time.
Timmy Duggan (above) and Danny Pate will finish up their 600-mile, seven day tour today in San Diego as they raise money and awareness for the Challenged Athletes Foundation. Timmy and Danny, along with other members of the Argyle staff, were brought in to the event by lead sponsor Jeff Jacobs, who is also a [...]
Erin Jameson from Belleville, Illinois writes about her tour of Missouri: Really, in retrospect, it had been a good day for a race so it was a good thing that the Tour of Missouri was in town. It had been a pretty interesting race, what with the switches from the country to the urban and [...]
The Capital Criterium was one of those races we all home sticks around. To wrap up the domestic season with a downtown criterium in the nation’s capital, the building itself in the background of the home stretch, is a great way to call it a year. A first year race that was run so well [...]
Perfection is in the process. Sure, second place isn’t the same as a victory on paper. But when its executed to perfection and to the best of our abilities, it can mean just as much. Today, Tyler Farrar (above) rode incredibly well in the final to finish second only to Mark Cavendish of Team Columbia. [...]
CycleTo hooks up with Danny Pate in Greenville, South Carolina to talk to him about his Tour de France debut.
The risk of crashing on a bike is to a considerable extent decided simply by how much time a person spends out on the bike. While race time is obviously the time we see and think about most with our guys, in fact they spend a lot more time on the bike outside of racing. [...]
Left to right: Will Frischkorn, Tom Danielson and Tom Peterson keep things under control at the front. Yesterday the boys displayed just how strong and truly professional they are. We took control of the crit right from the start. Will, Danny, and Tom D kept the peloton lined out all the way to the end. [...]