Ted King

Giving back: how members of the pro cycling community are helping others

In a sport as demanding as cycling, extreme focus and a tunnel-vision approach are crucial to success. The riders spend many days away from home, are sheltered and looked after by their teams and then thrash it out through wind and rain, over cobbles and high mountains. Real life seldom intrudes; instead, the existence is […]


King, Kolar tip Sagan for even greater success

Speaking in the days after Peter Sagan won the 2015 UCI world road race championships, former and current team-mates Ted King and Michael Kolar have said they believe that he will go on to even bigger things. King raced with Sagan for four seasons at the Liquigas-Cannondale squad and said that the now-25 year old […]

The real Peter Sagan: beneath the surface, who is the new world champion?

It’s easy to form impressions from the other side of a tv screen – or even a microphone – but it is only those behind the scenes who are able to get, and give, a more complete picture of a personality. Peter Sagan is a larger than life figure. His image and legend grew even […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Team Sky wins Tour de Romandie TTT, Geraint Thomas claims yellow; Davide Rebellin wins stage 3 of the Presidential Tour of Turkey; The curious case of Alejandro Valverde; Ted King to retire at end of 2015 season; Tracey Gaudry leaves the Amy Gillett Foundation; “The […]


Ted King to retire at end of 2015 season

After seven years in the European peloton, Cannondale-Garmin rider Ted King has confirmed that he will hang up his wheels at the end of the current season. “I’ll forever love this sport and consider myself grateful to have earned such an international career,” he stated Tuesday, announcing that he was months away from hanging up […]


The Week in Bike #46 – Let’s Play Pro Cyclist!

What better way to celebrate the busiest travel holiday in the US (Thanksgiving) than by sampling a bit of the professional cyclist lifestyle? Mercifully, the hotels and lack of leg room are short-term concerns, but both fans and riders seem likely to be under the thumb of cycling’s powers that be for quite a while to come. We […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: WADA against gaol terms for doping athletes; Vuelta to return to Andorra in 2015; Bigla and Cervélo confirm partnership for 2015; Ted King on Cannondale-Garmin move: “Opportunities for me should be more frequent than years past”; Dani King released from hospital following collapsed lung; Interview […]


Ted King on Cannondale-Garmin move: “Opportunities for me should be more frequent than years past”

Ted King has said he believes that his move to Cannondale-Garmin will be a big boost to his career, with the American stating that both the line-up and the opportunities should work well for him. King was one of 27 riders confirmed on Friday as part of the roster for 2015. He is one of […]

The Week in Bike #44 – Interview Season

There was some great ‘cross racing this week, but on the road side, things have really. slowed. down. As rider interviews begin to dominate the headlines, Cosmo takes a few moments to reflect on the transfer market, the cycling profession, and how it all might not be so unfamiliar after all. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Kittel – “Cavendish is still a very good sprinter…he is enemy number one”; David Millar left out of Garmin-Sharp Tour de France squad; Ted King returns to the Tour de France to support Peter Sagan; Movistar announces Tour de France team in support of Valverde; […]