Garmin-Cervélo fought to the end in an exciting Tour of Flanders that saw Tyler Farrar lead the team with 13th behind surprise winner Nick Nuyens. In what’s already being called one of the most exciting Tour of Flanders in a decade, attacks came often and early and the action didn’t let up until the final [...]
Belgium’s super bowl Sunday brings April in like a lion. Many sports fan have a list of a can’t miss sporting events. Events like The World Cup, Olympics, Tour de France, the NFL’s Super Bowl, are just a few. For cycling fans, the Ronde has to be on that list. While the Tour de France [...]
In what’s a good sign for the upcoming northern classics, Tyler Farrar sprinted to third in the 73rd Gent-Wevelgem to put Garmin-Cervélo on the podium at the important, one-day semi-Classic in Belgium. Belgian star Tom Boonen won in a hotly-contested sprint, with Italian Daniele Bennati crossing the line second just ahead of Farrar, who rounded [...]
The first installment of season three introduces the new Team Garmin-Cervélo and follows them through their first races in Belgium.
Tyler Farrar sprinted to second on today’s third stage of Tirreno-Adriatico, which stretched 189km from Terranuova Bracciolini to Perugia. Garmin-Cervélo helped set the pace in the final 10km and World Champion Thor Hushovd again ushered Farrar to in the finale. Team director Jonathan Vaughters remains impressed with the team work in Italy and said, “The [...]
Tyler Farrar sprinted to victory thanks to a superb lead-out led by Thor Hushovd and donned the leader’s jersey in stage 2 of Tirreno-Adriatico.
Today’s opening TTT in Tirreno saw the boys of Garmin- Cervélo blast into second place on the flat, 16.8km course. A last minute roster change meant David Zabriskie came in to replace David Millar, who came down with a flu and fever before the race. Jonathan Vaughters, directing along with DS Lionel Marie, said “We [...]
What happens at a pro team training camp? To find out, we spent seven days with the Garmin-Cervélo team at the camp that ended on February third in Girona, Spain, the town that is also the team’s European headquarters. Long days in the saddle are the backbone of the camp. Yet for riders, the experience [...]
Tyler Farrar opened up his 2011 win account at the Trofeo Palma de Mallorca, winning the field sprint on stage 1. More photos from the Trofeo Palma de Mallorca:
Team line-up features Tyler Farrar and five Australians including Adelaide local Jack Bobridge and the Meyer brothers January 7, 2011 – Boulder, CO – Team Garmin-Cervélo, the leading professional cycling team dedicated to ethical sporting and developing the next generation of cycling champions, today unveiled its much-anticipated roster for the Tour Down Under. The roster [...]
Team Garmin-Transitions capped off a successful Vuelta with Tyler Farrar besting all of the top sprinters by coming around the outside alone to win the final stage. Meanwhile, Tom Danielson took home ninth place overall. “It’s amazing!” said Farrar. “I’ve been feeling good this whole Veulta. But to win two stages is even more than [...]
The Argyle Express once again put in a hard chase of the breakaway to pull the race together in time for a field sprint, allowing Tyler Farrar to post another top-five result. Director sportif Johnny Weltz sent this report: As it was a totally flat day and on top of that a very short day, [...]
The Argyle Express was full steam ahead, chasing down the day’s main break and setting up the field sprint. Unfortunately Tyler Farrar was not lucky in the final meters and was forced to take a long line around slowing riders — but still took sixth on the day. Director sportif Johnny Weltz sent this report: [...]
Another whole-team effort resulted in the set-up of Tyler Farrar for another field sprint finish. And while a crash in the final meters disrupted his sprint, he still managed to take a strong second. Director sportif Johnny Weltz sent this report: Leaving Andorra and heading down hill was the start of today’s stage. As such [...]
Tom Danielson maintained his high position on the overall classification of the Vuelta while Tyler Farrar just missed out on gaining valuable sprint points. Director sportif Johnny Weltz has the report: Right from the gun attacks flew off the front of the peloton, but no break went for the first 40 km. This meant it [...]
After a huge win on stage 5, the luck turned for Tyler Farrar as a late-race puncture on the final climb just 17km from the finish, combined with big gaps in the race caravan, made it impossible for the sprinter to regain the fast-moving peloton. Director sportif Johnny Weltz sent this recap: Today was a [...]
Despite the lead-out trains of other teams, argyle speedster Tyler Farrar continued racking up top sprint wins today in the Vuelta, patiently waiting to unleash his sprint at the perfect time to out-power the other sprinters for the victory.
The ‘rain in Spain’ was nowhere to be found on the first road stage of the Vuelta. Instead it was blazing sun and heat with temperatures measuring well above 110 degrees. Julian Dean suffered through the stage nursing his injuries from the opening stage, digging deep just to finish. Meanwhile Tyler Farrar made the best [...]
Team Garmin-Transitions today announced its 2010 Vuelta roster. The squad features Christian Vande Velde, who will return to racing for the first time since breaking three ribs and crashing out of the Tour de France, along with Tyler Farrar, who recently won the Vattenfall Cyclassics after coming back from a broken wrist also suffered at [...]
Tyler Farrar showed he is back on form after healing his broken wrist he suffered in the Tour de France by defending his win at the Vattenfall Cyclassics. “It’s amazing to have won again,” Farrar told Cyclingnews. “It always takes a lot of luck to win a one-day race like Vattenfall. To have that luck [...]
Team Garmin-Transitions started its second stage race of the week in Denmark. Johnny Weltz sent this report: A beautiful summer day started the first stage of the Tour of Denmark. A group of 5 riders made the breakaway of the day and gained up to 6:30 min before us and two other teams started the [...]
Tyler Farrar, who suffered a broken left wrist and sprained left elbow after a crash on stage 2, was forced to abandon the race on stage 12. “I am devastated to leave the Tour and my teammates,” said Farrar. “You never want to leave any race but especially the Tour. It’s the event we work [...]
The Argyle Express came close to victory again on stage 6, with Tyler Farrar running second in the field sprint, despite his broken wrist. The team once again executed a great lead-out, and the hopes are that the next sprint will be the one. “[Julian] Dean did a really good job today,” said Robbie Hunter. [...]
Team Garmin-Transitions was once again knocking on the door of victory with a good lead-out in the final sprint. But injuries are still hampering many of the Argyle Express though Tyler Farrar was still able to run in the top-ten. However, the forecast is good as the bodies heal! “It was a long, hot day,” [...]