Sharp share their passion for pro-cycling by dissecting Garmin Sharp rider Dan Martin’s stage 9 win at the 2013 Tour de France- a performance embodying Sharp’s core values — CREATIVITY / COURAGE / HONESTY. #ThisIsWhy For more technology, innovation, design and cycling related content, head to Sharp sponsored portal — HumansInvent.com. The story of Team [...]
See how everything that happens with the team… happens. Thanks to HumansInvent and Sharp Europe you can meet our logistics coordinator Louise Donald. A life devoted to logistics from Humans Invent on Vimeo.
Recap of Dan Martin’s stage 9 win.
Tyler Farrar doubled up on the wins with a victory on stage 4 in the Tour of California.
Johan Vansummeren is almost two meters tall, 1,98cm to be more precise, that is tall for a cyclist, but how tall must he have stood after winning the 2011 Paris-Roubaix? Johan made the important break and left his companions to ride solo into the famous velodrome. Team sponsor Castelli caught up with Johan at the [...]
Our riders had a hard time NOT talking about this bike! “I’d give up any bike for the Rca, any day.” – Rohan Dennis
When you build as many bikes as the Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda mechanics do you get pretty good at it. Here mechanic Geoff Brown makes quick work of what is often troublesome for the average person – the art handlebar wrapping.
Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda mechanic Geoff Brown talks about the differences of wrenching at a team camp compared to the regular season.
Our mechanics hard at work at the USA Pro Challenge
Lachlan Morton recaps stage four of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. More photos from the USA Pro Challenge:
Tom Danielson reflects on the huge opening stage of the USA Pro Challenge from Durango to Telluride.
We rode along with first-year director sportif Charly Wegelius as he took the team out for a final training ride ahead of the USA Pro Challenge in Colorado. Charly details his new experience as a director coming from years of racing as a professional.
Bicycling Magazine spoke with David Millar and Allan Peiper following stage 15.
They are some of the hardest working staff on any cycling team. Mechanic Alex Banyay tells us about wrenching for the argyle armada.