Cannondale rider Andrew Talansky will skip the Tour de France, citing a bad Spring that saw him battle illness and personal issues.
It's another episode of the VeloNews Show! This week we analyze Tejay and Talansky's Tour de Suisse efforts, and check out Peter Sagan's
After yesterday's disaster, Tejay van Garderen bounced back today. Here's our take on the ride.
Andrew Talansky's season started off poorly, but the American looks to have hit the reset button heading into his final Tour de France
Van Garderen, Talansky, Valverde, Contador, and Nibali are all queuing up to race Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico.
In this week's Americans abroad, we take a look at Evelyn Stevens' hour-record ride, Shelley Olds' top-5 finishes in Belgium, and more.
Andrew Talansky says he's taking a new, analytical approach to training to put the disappointments of 2015 behind him.
The Cannondale boss tells VeloNews Pierre Rolland has already made some "big improvements" in his aerodynamics.
The Cannondale-Garmin team has a rough Vuelta — crashes, illness — but its young riders soldier on and leave Spain with experience,
With a number of near-misses at this Tour de France, Andrew Talansky and Cannondale-Garmin are undeterred in their quest for a stage win.