Tejay Van Garderen

US men receive only two Olympic road spots: What went wrong, and what it means

When the start gun for the Olympic men’s road race is fired on August 6, there will be 144 riders lined up to start. Two of these men will be from the United States. Given that other nations will field the maximum of five riders in Rio de Janeiro, the U.S. will be at a significant […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Etixx-QuickStep wins stage 1 TTT at the Tour de San Luis; Lizzie Williams claims stage 3 of the Santos Women’s Tour; Peter Stetina on his crash – “My life is now completely different”; Quintana – “This year is my third Tour…it’s the one I hope […]


Citing “a higher level of support,” van Garderen extends with BMC Racing

After confirming in recent weeks that the BMC Racing Team will continue past the end of the 2016 season, the squad has announced that Tejay van Garderen has inked a contract extension. There had been some speculation that van Garderen might head elsewhere, with rumours dating back to last year’s Tour de France claiming that […]


Boeckmans in induced coma after Vuelta a España crash, broken shoulder for van Garderen

Lotto-Soudal rider Kris Boeckmans’ severe crash during stage eight of the Vuelta a España has led to a number of injuries and the decision to place him in an induced coma. The Belgian’s fell heavily with just over 50 kilometres to go on the stage. He was one of many who hit the deck, but […]


Dan Martin, van Garderen, Bouhanni and Boeckmans out of Vuelta a España after big bunch crash

Overall contenders Dan Martin and Tejay van Garderen have been forced to withdraw from the Vuelta a España as a result of a massive crash which took down many riders during Saturday’s eighth stage. The duo was amongst many fallers in the accident, which occurred with just over 50 kilometres to go. The bunch was […]

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Danny van Poppel wins final stage of the Tour de Wallonie, Terpstra wins overall; UCI suspends Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec team for 30 days, team appeals; Tejay van Garderen to race the Vuelta a Espana; Anna van der Breggen’s unassuming rise to the top; Live on-bike camera […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Simon Geschke takes stage 17; Gilbert Wins Grand Prix Cerami; Katie Hall wins stage 6 of Thüringen Rundfahrt; Van Garderen amongst several abandons on a difficult stage; Sky releases Froome’s powermeter data, but do the numbers add up?; Kwiatkowski confirmed to leave Etixx-Quick-Step; Mikel Landa […]


Van Garderen on Tour withdrawal: “I woke up and thought the worst of it had passed”

Sitting in the top three of the Tour de France since stage nine, Tejay van Garderen is now coming to terms with the collapse of his campaign for a podium finish in Paris. “To be fighting for a podium in the Tour de France, and then the next minute you are sitting in the car, […]


Van Garderen amongst several abandons on tough 17th stage of Tour de France

PRA LOUP, France (CT) – The rider who started the day third overall, Tejay van Garderen, saw his hopes of a Tour podium evaporate on stage 17 of the race, with the American withdrawing during the stage. Van Garderen got into difficulties early on, losing contact, and while he fought his way back into the […]

Daily News Digest

In today’s Daily News Digest: Plaza fends off Sagan to take stage 16; Lepistö wins stage 4 of Thüringen Rundfahrt; Geraint Thomas loses time in spectacular crash; “If God wants, I win.” Consistency continues but Sagan still hunting stage victory; “Mayuko Hagiwara has the potential to win the Giro Rosa”; BMC back van Garderen as […]